Rotarians have put Service Above Self for more than a century. Through the Avenue of Community Service, Rotarians give back to the places they live in. The projects are as varied as the Rotary clubs that carry them out, but all address the needs of a particular group.
When clubs complete effective service projects, they improve the community, bring people together, and reflect well on Rotary. When Rotary is viewed as a positive force in the community, its membership strengthens and grows, adding to the organization’s ability to serve worldwide.
Our club is proud of the work we do in our local community such as our annual Youth Gala Ball which raises funds for YC Group, who assist disadvantaged people with direct services and programs which provide alternative education pathways, vocational training, work experience, disability support, transition to work, job-readiness and employment programs to individuals and communities.
Our regular food drives provide assistance to Mary Macs an organisation on the Peninsula who provide meals for up to 80 people each day.
We also provide support to Top Bloke Foundation who fosters young men’s social inclusion, emotional and social resilience and improves