Community Service


Arabian Gulf

Education for Children, flood relief, free food during ramadan


Over 10.000 Christmas parcels for children in Romania, 90/10 Project supported a green School in Mauritius, Water for school children in Sri Lanka and Kwa Mama Care Center in Natal Coast Southern Africa


COVID -19 Awareness Program, Celebrate various day with Cycling, Meet high official and focus RT, Cycling event, work with police department


Donated 1.040.323,35 euro in the statutory year 2019/2020


There Childline donation. We spent the day with orphaned children and also gave them food packages and toys. We are working on doing a vegetable garden so they can feed hemsleves and also sell the extras.



Our service project for this social year provides for collaboration with the Marevivo association, aimed at raising awareness of our Tablers to the realization of plastic free events and cleaning up our local communities

Great Britain & Ireland

We don’t do national service projects. Each table decides on there own what they want to support. However as individual tables we will complete fireworks, children in need.


Freedom Through Education


We tried to found our first one this year


"Statt-Plastik-Becher", a project where we bring steel cups instead of plastic cups to school children, to bring awareness about the personal responsibility everyone has to the environment.

The Netherlands

We have still the same project Make a Wish as last two years. Decide to run it for 3 years.


The Netherlands

The Make a Wish Foundation supported children suffering from life-threatening illnesses. Goal is to collect EUR 400.000 in 2 year.

  1. Round Table Estonia have fund for supporting Estonian children (who need help) for their educational road. Every year we pay out scholarship for the children. Fund size is about 58000€
  2. Many clubs have own charity projects for supporting orphanage, women who suffer home outrage, homeless people.
  3. We have started project with LC Estonia to collect money to help local RT member who is in wheelchair and he have possibility to walk again, but he needs special expensive treatment.

We have done a massive project on the flood victims in Malawi. We have been able to help over 5000 households to survive and rebuild their lives after it was destroyed by the cyclone ida

  1. Life Education Centers (a common community service project) The Life Education Centres is a world Organisation that offers education programmes for the prevention of addictive forming substances. Round Table Cyprus is a founding member of L.E.C. and our President each year is ex-officio president of this charitable organisation. Other founding members are 41Club Cyprus, Ladies Circle Cyprus, Pancyprian Antidrug Association and the Ministry of Education and Culture of the Republic of Cyprus. The “Mentor” Life Education Mobile Units are mobile classrooms manned by specialist instructors and they are incorporated in the programmes of Health Education of the Ministry of Education and Culture. By visiting every school, in turn, they offer scientific training programmes to children between 6 to 14 years of age, teaching them to face positively their own selves and their body, helping them to acquire the necessary means so as to maintain the proper attitude towards everyday challenges that put to test their bodily, social and mental health, such as addiction to narcotics, smoking, alcohol and other addictive substances. Currently, there are four “Mentor” mobile classrooms visiting primary schools in the Districts of Nicosia, Limassol, Larnaca and Paphos.
  2. The Association “Children with Liver Diseases – George Psaras, Round Table Cyprus” The Association was created in 2010 by a group of parents with children suffering from hepatic liver disease. In 2011 it was renamed to “Children with Liver Diseases – George Psaras – Round Table”. A special community project with children suffering from liver diseases, dedicated to the memory of late George M Psaras, a former member of Round Table and past RTI President. This association is registered as a non-profit organisation, and its purpose is to support the families and the children of the Hepatic Centre. Thanks to the association and the work done there by its members and Dr Protopapa, children suffering from hepatic diseases have more efficient and better-quality medical care in Cyprus and do not need to travel, either alone or with family, abroad to England and get this special medical care they require.