The Showcase Display will include:
FORaMEAL provides emergency relief meals for those impacted by disaster.  Each 400 gm pack contains rice, oats and lentils, plus a sachet of minerals and vitamins; enough to feed 5-6 people. The Rotary Club of Canterbury collaborates with other Clubs, Schools and Community to conduct packing events.
End Trachoma
Promotion of the various projects that have been carried out over the last 5 years to help eradicate trachoma from our Indigenous communities.
Lift the Lid Charity Golf Day
24 May 2022
At the Kingston Heath Golf Club – a prestigious course and well known to golfers
Raffle tickets available for purchase with the draw to be held on the day of the event but you don’t have to be at the golf day to win the prizes.
Melbourne Liverwell
Promotion and awareness building about Hepatitis including information for how this disease spreads, what steps can be taken to prevent and cure this disease and what actions can be taken by Rotarians.
The collection of donated furniture, appliances and homewares at their East Brunswick warehouse and supplies them to people in need across inner Melbourne.  Learn how to become involved.
Rotary Action Group Against Multiple Scolerois
Promotion of MS Awareness within Rotary and seek Rotary Club involvement to help find a cure for MS.  RAGAMS is championed from Australia - come and share your story.
Days for Girls
Days for Girls increases access to menstrual care and education by developing global partnerships, cultivating Social Entrepreneurs, mobilizing volunteers and innovating sustainable solutions that shatter stigma and limitations for women and girls.
Travel Escape Club - Rotary Club of Albury North
The Rotary Club of Albury North will showcase their exciting fundraising initiative the "Travel Escape Club”. In its first year of operation funds will be directed towards supporting youth suicide prevention initiatives and mental first aid training. Come and see our showcase to hear how you can win great holiday prizes whilst supporting Rotary funded community initiatives. A win win!!
Rotary Chadstone / East Malvern
An expose of a myriad of club projects.
  Information about our Charity, the Rotary Foundation including information on our Humanitarian Grants program and how people can donate to the Foundation.
Peacebuilding, EREY and Centurions
Peacebuilding projects, how to become a peacebuilder club, the Centurion Club Challenge, and supporting the Foundation
Royce and Jean Abbey Awards and Scholarships
Information for how to apply for these and how to donate.
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Donations in Kind (DIK)
DIK in West Footcray is a volunteer-based recycling facility where good are collected and redistributed, principally donated by companies, hospitals and educational institutions.  The goods are distributed in developing countries and disadvantaged individuals locally.
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Environmental Sustainability Committee
Learn about some of the great projects that are helping to “Protect the Environment” and how you and your club can make a positive difference.
Rotary Australia World Community Service Ltd. (RAWCS) enables Australian Rotarians, Rotary Districts and Rotary Clubs to assist disadvantaged communities and individuals through humanitarian aid projects.
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Disaster Aid Australia
Response to disasters in our region such as eathquakes, typhoons and tsunamis with our Smart Aid program.  This provides sustainable humanitarian aid relevant to people affected by natural and other disasters, including safe water and shelter.
Passport Melbourne Projects
Information about projects including WASH, Days for Girls, Mobile Bike Mechanic and solar buddy lights.
Interplast sends teams of medical professionals to provide life changing surgery and medical training in 17 countries across the Asia Pacific Region.
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Branding, public image, Rotary branded goods, Keep Cups
   The work of Vocational Service with particular emphasis on The Project Ideas Bank, Mentoring,   The L2P program and Belonging Matters.  Find out how to think more deeply about your vocation and how this might be put to good use to serve others
Youth public speaking with plenty of information and easy to follow templates to enable clubs to initiate this program.
Belonging Matters
The Community Employment Partnership, an initiative of Belonging Matters in collaboration with Rotary, aims to match the needs of business with suitable applicants and support successful employment outcomes for both businesses and individuals with intellectual disability and Autism.
Mentor Match
Mentor Match facilitates the assimilation of international students into Australian social and business communities by expanding the international students' social, community and professional networks through mentoring.
Interact Clubs bring together young people aged 12 – 18 to develop leadership skills while discovering the power of Service Above Self.  Learn about how to establish and sponsor an Interact Club.
   Youth projects with brochures and details of each project.
Be Your Own Boss
This project helps young people aged 12 - 25 to look at solutions for community problems by gaining the skillset, mindset and toolset to create social enterprises. Partnering with Young Change Agents, and other community stakeholders grant funding (including Rotary District 9800 Foundation) has been obtained to seed fund the initiatives.  Pick up a Yimba Uganda mask (to help FUNdraise for one of International Social Enterprise projects).
Learn how to make your club an inclusive and welcoming one.
Lucy will be selling some of her books - an opportunity not to be missed!