is the mission of the Club’s Youth Service Committee.

The Rotary of Club of Reigate maintains Regular programmes and ad-hoc initiatives including those below.

Rotary Youth Leadership Awards

RYLA Is a 5 day residential leadership building course for students aged between 15 and 19.  It offers young people the opportunity to learn about team work, share ideas and improve their leadership and communication skills.

YoungCitizensYoung Citizen Awards
This is a national award programme that celebrates examples of positive citizenship reflecting the important responsibilities assumed by many young people under the age of 25.


Organized within schools this is a club for young people aged between 11 and 18 designed to develop team work and leadership skills.  Sponsored by a Rotary Club it is self-governing and self-supporting undertaking to raise money for local and international projects.


Rotakids are the youngest members of the Rotary family for primary school children aged 7- 12.  It offers the children the opportunity to take part in fun activities whilst encouraging them to make a positive difference supporting local, national and international charitable causes, improving the environment or helping the elderly.


In addition to the above Rotary Club of Reigate works with local schools to organize a range of competitions including:

        • Youth Speaks – where teams of three debate a subject of their choice.
        • Butterfly competition
        • Young Scientist competition


In two local Primary schools we provide illustrated dictionaries each year to the leavers.

Mock Interviews

We provide mock job interviews to six-formers whereby they submit a CV to a panel of two members who play the roles of interviewers. At the end of the interview, feedback is given regarding the strengths and weaknesses of their performance. This gives the students valuable experience of what to expect in the world of work and increases their confidence.

Young Carers

Working with Surrey County Council we sponsor an annual outing for a group of young carers, many of whom never have the opportunity to have a day out or to visit a theatre.