GENEROUS Stourbridge Rotary Club has come to the aid of several local good causes by distributing cash to help improve the life of others.

Despite experiencing difficult financial times, the kind hearted Rotarians managed to obtain the money in recent months thanks to some determined fund raising.

As a result, the Rotary Club was able to donate £3,000 to Mary Stevens Hospice at their recent fayre which took place earlier this month.

Not only did Rotarians provide procession marshals, but also ran a fund raising stall which offered fun and games for visitors.

Rotarians have also raised a further £3,000 for the Black Country Food Bank after recognising the vital work they undertake in the community during such tough times.

They’ve also donated £1,000 to help fund the purchase of an all-terrain buggy for six year old Calla-Rose Cadman.

Brave Calla-Rose has been diagnosed with Dravet Syndrome, a rare condition that has subjected the little girl to frequent fits, which in turn has created disabling and life threatening challenges.

The buggy will help Calla-Rose to access a variety of terrain locations , enabling her to enjoy a more fulfilling and rewarding lifestyle.

Anyone who would like to help Calla-Rose further are asked to go to gofundme/03060370.

A further donation of £600 will be rushing its way to Wollescote based Accelerate Youth Running Club.

Having started from small beginnings around two years ago, Accelerate has grown in both strength and popularity.

It offers youngsters a formal competitive experience in cross country running as well as a recreational and health related activity.

However Stourbridge Rotarians don’t intend to rest on the laurels as they are already planning another year of fund raising for good causes.