Rotakids around Neston raised almost £500 to beat polio.
The clubs, linked to Rotary, provide a fun way for seven to 12 year olds with energy, enthusiasm and great ideas to make a difference.
Based in local schools they work with Rotary clubs on projects which could be anything from fundraising to sponsored events.
They also learn about citizenship and being part of a community.
Prof David Brigden from Neston Rotary said: “Wow, aren’t our Rotakids clubs wonderful!’ as he collected cheques for £50 from St Winefride’s RC Primary Rotakids from the sale of crocus and daffodil pots, £56 from Neston Primary Rotakids also from the sale of crocus and daffodil pots and £356.11 from Willaston Primary Rotakids who added on a cake sale and a dress in purple day to their sales of crocus and daffodil pots.
Thanks to the Bill Gates Foundation which triples the £462.11 raised, £1386.33 will go to the Rotary Eradication of Polio programme.
The organisation says Rotarians have helped immunise more than 2.5 billion children against polio in 122 countries since the project began in 1979 in the Philippines.