We can change lives - Our little changes, bring hope!
Our News - The Latest and Greatest
Well Lord Luv a Duck or Graham Quacking On!
Join Gateway Rotaract for our annual Biggest Morning Tea … At Night!
For over 20 years, Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea has helped fund world class research, prevention programs and support services for cancer patients and their families. This year is no different and Cancer Council needs our support to continue to invest in research, prevention and support to help beat cancer.
This will be an exciting evening to support cancer research, get an update on the activities of Rotaract, network and maybe even some new inductions into our club!
This Wednesday, May 18
Pascoe Vale RSL
40 Cumberland Road, Pascoe Vale
Arrive by 6:30pm to purchase a meal from the bistro. Meeting starts at 7pm.
Our Projects and Campaigns
- FIRST: Is it the TRUTH?
- SECOND: Is it FAIR to all concerned?
- THIRD: Will it build GOODWILL & BETTER FRIENDSHIP?
- FOURTH: Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?
RCPM has successfully maintained its commitment to the Every Member Every Year a Centurion.
We have a proud record of every member being a Centurion since starting the program during Grant Travills Presidency.
Although small in number we contribute to the local community through supporting functions at St Josephs, Student support at MacRoberstons Girls High School, The Montague School for the mildy disabled, St.Kilda Farmers Markets, Steps outreach, Lifesaving Victoria’s Nipperscarnival, Port Melbourne Festival to name just a few.
Under the Presidencies of Robyn and Geri we have become a cluster facilitator and participant and along with our sister clubs in the cluster to assist and participate in many other Rotary projects. We now combine a cluster dinner every month that provides keynote speakers and our members with larger social participation and program awareness.
We support DIK with operating expenses and donations of goods as well as labour and packing. We have participated in Computers for kids, Stop Polio Now and are heavily involved in the Balibo”Flag House” project along with restoring the Balibo Fort as a tourist Hotel to provide employment.
Along with Educational parcels to East Timor, Sanitation facilities for markets, Kinders and primary schoolswe have arranged for a full Maternity suite to Chile, computer laptopds for children in the earthquake affected areas and education stachels with writing and reading materials as well as clothing and shoes.
What We do
We make small changes, that are targeted and focused, to provide real benefits.
Each year we try to build a Toilet block where it can do he most goodA new facility in Balibo costs seven thousand dollars. Can you help?
To help our Children and their Community's we assist by assisting the development of a clean healthy environment. This is an aim we keep in mind both here and abroad.
Clean Water and Sanitation are the mainstays of our environmental efforts but we take part in Tree Planting and other environmental pursuits as well.