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Local Projects

 

Some of the organisations and programs we have sponsored include:

 

Local Communities: North Shore YMCA, IHC Centre Northcote, North Shore League for the Hard of Hearing, Lady Allum Home, St John’s Ambulance, Abilities North Shore, Hauraki Scouts & Guides, Blood Transfusion Service in Takapuna, North Shore Civil Defence, Wilson School, Takapuna Primary WWI Memorial Gates.

Global Projects

 

We are 1.2 million neighbors, friends, and community leaders who come together to create positive, lasting change in our communities and around the world.  We do projects like disaster relief in the Pacific Islands.

Polio Plus

 

Rotary is leading the fight to eradicate the world of polio and ensure that no-one is ever crippled by this preventable disease again.  We are this close...

 
Youth Programs

 

The major Rotary youth programmes our club supports include;

 

International Youth Exchange

Rotary Youth Leadership Awards

Model UN Assembly

Science and Tech Forum

Here's some of what we do

Club Committments

 

Club members give the time they can spare to help organise and execute projects, fundraising and community support activities.  We usually do two charity collections per year.

Fellowship

 

Friendship is an important tenant of Rotary and our club loves to get together and have fun.  We often go to shows, bbq's, games nights and family friendly activites.

Training and Development

 

Rotary provides a vast opportunities to develop your communication, leadership and project skills.  Training is available to those that want it on the task and/or through formal sessions.

Support Rotary Organisation

 

Our club thrives because of the support of our local businesses, friends of Rotary and support of friends.  Why not join our monthly raffle, sponsor a project or just join the newsletter?

We happily invite guests to visit for a club meeting, Monday after work in Takapuna.