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If you have an interest in doing good in the world, why not join our Club Team and Team Leader Paul Rake for a Hands On Project in Cambodia in January 2024?
Over 700 sausages given away at the Grand Opening of the Stonnington Sports Centre
Our club has recently connected with the Malvern Emergency Food Program. Find out how you can help.
What an absolutely splendid day it turned out to be for our local market!
On Tuesday, August 22nd, Rotarians from Chadstone/East Malvern and Malvern clubs came together at Ashwood High School. What were they up to?
We have received news that the City of Stonnington is once again making a difference with support through its Community Grants Program.
Rotarians braved an early Sunday morning start with rain that wasn't on the radar to join with the Kooyongkoot Alliance to work the garden beds in the Markham Forrest on Gardners Creek.
What is Volunteering?
Volunteering is often described as a voluntary act of an individual or group freely giving time and labour for community service.
A great day at Bunning's Chadstone sausage sizzle raising over $1,000 (30-7-2023)
Supporting the Kooyongkoot Alliance, rotarians and friends planted over 750 trees and Shrubs on Sunday 23rd July. Find out how you can get invloved.
Congratulations to our three Presidents for the Rotary year 2023-2024.
A massive thank you goes out to Centennial Living as a MAJOR sponsor in this years Sleeping out Rough Night.
The call out for warm blankets and doona had an army of Rotarians helping those in Rochester.
Rotary Chadstone/East Malvern is leading 17 Rotary Clubs from 10 Rotary Districts around the globe to provide a safe and dignified space for women to bathe themselves and their children as part of a Washroom Toilet construction project.
MentorMatch is an established mentorship platform connecting local and international talent with the right mentors. We bring together graduates and career changers with the most experienced and qualified mentors, creating a program tailored to their needs. Through our partnerships with Rotary and Study Melbourne, we help talent build confidence, expand networks and connect with communities, empowering impact through shared knowledge.
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'Smart Alternatives to Single-Use Packaging'
This month's ESRAG Newsletter features the article 'Smart Alternatives to Single-Use Packaging'.
It was all systems go on Monday 26th July as RCEM members supported Ashwood High School and gave Year 10 students an opportunity to hone their job application, interview and presentation skills.
What a fabulous event. We had a great turn, fabulous stalls with some really great feedback. The weather was ideal. And so many Rotarians volunteered their time to make the day such a success.
More that 5000 people in Cambodia accessing drinking water thank you to Six Rotary Clubs, six Rotary Districts, District 9800 World of Difference Program one other Rotary organisation and the Rotary Foundation.
We are collecting plastic Bread Tags that will raise money for 'Wheelchairs for Kids'. Can you help? Please ask your friends to save them for you as well. And bring them to our meeting and give them to Tania or Michele.
Planet Ark provide answers to the most common recycling questions.
QUESTION 1: What are ‘soft plastics’ and why can’t I recycle them at home?
Rosemary was the winner of one of three Stonnington Volunteer Community Service Awards which covers: Recognising volunteer activities which support community members and promote inclusion, respect and equity. Examples may include: participation in local groups, involvement with charity and non-profit organisations, fundraising, advocating for change and being a mentor or positive role model for others.
"Most highly contested category. Great speech by Rosemary. It was Inclusion personified. 👍 WELL DONE ROSEMARY. !!!!🥇" President Michael Hayes
Photo: Rosemary Johnston with Mayor Cr Kate Hely outside the Malvern Town Hall
It was so great to have a combined meeting with the members from Rotary Malvern to present the funds raised from our Rotary SleepOut for the Homeless to the Avalon Centre.
Our NexGen member Rushdi is passionate about leading a project in Sri Lanka with support from a couple of old heads at Rotary Chadstone/East Malvern.