Rotary Club Malta has completed a project to provide waterproofing of the facilities at the Inspire complex in Marsascala at a cost of 15,000 euros. Inspire is the leading facility providing services for people with disabilities and facilitating inclusion in our communities.
Antonello Gauci, CEO at Inspire, explained that the premises with their facilities are a blessing for many people with different conditions. “Razett tal-Ħbiberija was founded by Mr. and Mrs. Stubbs, in 1969. Since then many children and adults have benefitted from the therapeutic and leisure services offered here, but maintenance for such a big building can be very expensive. We are therefore extremely grateful for the helping hand and generosity shown to Inspire by Rotary Club Malta’s members.”
Rotary Club Malta President, Mr John Cooper, commented “the project has long been overdue and it has been satisfying to see it completed before the winter rains set in. Inspire’s well deserved monies can now go to other worthy core needs within its operations.”
The Inspire Foundation works with children and adults with disabilities. It provides programmes and services to help them and their families, not only to cope with their disability, but also to reach their full potential and the highest levels of independence possible. See how to be involved at www.inspire.org.mt
The Rotary Club in Malta was established in 1967 with the aim of providing assistance to our local communities as well as to those far away. Over the years Rotary has been involved in numerous local and overseas projects; visit www.rotary.org.mt for more information.