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Rotary partnerships

MAG is delighted to have been chosen as one of Rotary’s ‘Opportunities to Serve’ charities.



With support from Rotary Clubs we are able to continue building futures and enabling peace in conflict-affected communities worldwide.

How your Rotary Club can help

Request a speaker

If you are a north-west Rotary Club we’d be delighted to come and visit your club to present on the work of MAG. We also have Community Volunteers in various parts of the country who give talks so do still get in touch and we’ll endeavour to arrange a visit.

International Charity of the Year

The easiest way to support MAG is by making a club donation, whether you want to fund a specific area of our work or provide general unrestricted funding.

MAG needs to secure unrestricted funds so that we can remain responsive and flexible as an organisation. Funding secured in this way helps support the long-term goals of our existing programmes, as well as enabling MAG to develop programmes in new countries and respond to emergency situations around the world.

An example of this was in Gaza in 2009, when MAG's work not only saved lives but also made it safe for other non-governmental organisations to provide emergency relief.
See also: Emergency response in Gaza

Project-specific donation

If making a donation towards a specific country or area of our work is more appropriate for your club, we can work with you to ensure that the most suitable project, programme or region is chosen. We will also ensure that you receive appropriate levels of reporting of how your money is spent for sharing with your members.
See also: Where MAG works

MAG Peace Cards

Designed by children from Lao PDR, these cards depict what peace means to them living in a post conflict country. Each pack contains 10 cards with different designs. They are suitable for birthdays, Christmas or just to say hello. Your club could take some packs to sell and donate the profits to MAG.
MAG Shop: Buy Lao Peace Cards

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 Some of the Peace Cards designs.





Contact us

For further information or to discuss ways your club can help please contact Ingrid Turner on 0161 238 5448 or email ingrid.turner@maginternational.org.







Thank you!

We’d like to thank the following Rotary Clubs for their support of MAG over the past few years:

Rotary Club of Ambleside
Rotary Club of Birkenhead
Rotary Club of Bognor Hotham
Rotary Club of Bolton Daybreak
Rotary Club of Bramhall and Woodford
Rotary Club of Crewe and Nantwich
Rotary Club of Cwmbran Vale
Rotary Club of Denton and Audenshaw
Dukinfield and Stalybridge Rotary Club
Rotary Club of Glasgow
Leigh Rotary Club
Rotary Club of Macclesfield Castle
Rotary Club of Manchester
Rotary Club of New Malden
Rotary Club of New Milton
Rotary Club of Ramsbottom
Rotary Club of Sedgley and Wombourne
Rotary Club of South Holland
Rotary Club of Stockport Lamplighter
Rotary Club of Turton
Rotary Club of Wolstanton






Where your money goes

MAG (Mines Advisory Group) is neutral and impartial humanitarian organisation, registered as a charitable company in the UK and co-laureate of the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize.

MAG works to tackle the destructive legacy of violence and conflict; to release land for food production; to increase safe access to vital resources like water, education and health services; and to build a better future for women, men and children alike.

Your support is absolutely crucial in saving lives and helping shattered communities make the first steps towards recovery.

The funds you raise can be used, for example, to enable MAG to respond swiftly when emergency situations like the recent Libya conflict or the arms depot explosion in the Republic of Congo develop.



A film following the devastation of a family in Laos whose lives were tragically altered, and MAG's fight to remove landmines and unexploded ordnance in order to give families in so many countries the chance of a better future.






Some killer facts

An amputee in Angola

72 states and seven other areas are confirmed or suspected to be mine-affected.
Landmine Monitor 2011

• Deadly cluster bombs contaminate at least 24 states and three other areas.
Cluster Munition Monitor 2012

740,000+ people die each year as a result of armed violence.
Global Burden of Armed Violence report, Geneva Declaration

About MAG


MAG (Mines Advisory Group) saves and improves lives by reducing the devastating effects armed violence and remnants of conflict have on people around the world.
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Co-laureate of the 1997 Nobel Peace Prize  |  Registered as a charitable company in the UK  |  Company no: 4016409  Charity no: 1083008  |  ISO 9001:2008 accredited  |  International Mine Action Standards compliant  |  Signatory of the ICRC Code of Conduct  |  Member of the Fundraising Standards Board scheme  |  Registered office: Suite 3A, South Central, 11 Peter Street, Manchester, M2 5QR, United Kingdom