Our President

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Angela is Chief Executive Officer and of Life for African Mothers. Angela set up Life for African Mothers in 2006. Since failing to retire in 2008 Angela puts her heart and soul into improving Maternal Health in Africa. She travels all over the UK and Africa on a selfless mission to raise support and awareness of Maternal Health in Sub Saharan Africa. “Is giving birth the most dangerous thing, an African woman can do?

Scroll through the pages of this site to find up to date information about the group, what we’ve been doing, what we’ve got planned and links to our District (1150), Rotary Great Britain and Ireland (RGBI) and Rotary International (RI) websites, with this year’s theme ‘Rotary Opens Opportunities’.

You’ll also find a page dedicated to our Business Partners, who support us not only financially but in so many other ways. Click on each of their logos to find out more about them and what they do.

A thriving membership is the key to our group being able to continue to do what it does, and we welcome anyone who would like to come along and find out more about us. Just contact our secretary. We currently number 27 Rotarians made up, of men and women from all walks of life.

Our vision for 2021/22 is to continue to support worthy causes both locally and internationally and be proud of our standing in our community and the many community projects and events that we run, organise and support throughout the year. However, we recognise the huge contribution that the local population contributes to our success and are continually overwhelmed by their support and generosity. Cardiff-llanishen Rotary has enjoyed more than 40 years of fun, fellowship and fundraising for worthy causes and it has been this collaboration with our community that has made it the success that it is and will continue to be.

Thank you for reading and we hope you enjoy browsing our website. We look forward to meeting many of you at our various events and activities across the year.