Ireland (North and south) has about 3,000 members in 117 clubs.
A branch is a group of people who meet different times, outside the host club functioning. Of course, branch members are also members of the host club.
While we would be overwhelmed with your contribution in whichever way possible, we do understand that it is a two-way process. You will get a great sense of satisfaction from making a difference in someone’s life who is perhaps not as privileged as you’re. It’s good to be altruistic.
Some members give a few hours a month, some a few hours a week and some devote themselves almost entirely to community service. Clubs recognise that family and business commitments take first priority. Some members will run a project for a month and assume a secondary role later for the rest of the year.
Normally our fraternity works on an invite-only basis. Existing members will ask a friend or business colleague to come to a few meetings. If you would like to join or find out more information please write to us. Alternatively, you can join us at a fundraising event.