Projects

Our club is involved in local and international projects. We welcome project ideas from members and we are an ideal incubator for social enterprises as long as the member involved supports our whole range of activities as well as their own passion. Members can also collaborate with projects organised by other clubs, at district level or internationally. The diversity of opportunity means that everyone can find something that means something to them.

Local Community

Collaboration with Local Groups and Charities

In over 60 years of service to the community, the Rotary Club of Randwick and its members have been involved in a broad range of projects in collaboration with other local community groups and charities. Support can be in-kind (providing volunteers, networks, expertise, event promotion etc) or financial. Organisations that wish to collaborate are advised to visit us to get to know us and how we work before submitting a proposal.

Youth

Rotaract

Rotaract is a youth arm of Rotary for 18-30 year olds.

Rotary Club of Randwick formally supports the Rotaract Club of UNSW and also informally collaborates with and mentors other Rotaract members from across Sydney and around the world.

To learn more and find a Rotaract club near you, please visit http://rotaract.org.au/

Interact

Interact is a youth arm of Rotary designed for high school students. Students organise their own fundraising and project activities with mentoring from Rotarians.

Rotary Club of Randwick is keen to support the establishment of Interact clubs at local high schools. If you are an ambitious and proactive student or if you are a parent or teacher that would like to help students have fun learning about social enterprise, community service, project management and more, please contact us via randwickrotary@gmail.com to learn more.

Support for Local Schools

The Rotary Club of Randwick has a proud tradition of providing support to schools within its geographic area.This support ranges from providing prizes at their annual presentation, through to sponsoring students to various Rotary youth programs such as National Youth Science Forum, Model United Nations Assembly (MUNA) and Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA).In particular, the following schools and their students have been supported in recent years:

International

Rotary Oceania Medical Aid for Children

Rotary Oceania Medical Aid for Children (ROMAC) brings children from Pacific Islands, East Timor and other nearby countries to Australia or New Zealand for live saving or dignity restoring surgery that they can't get at home.  The Sydney Children's Hospital at Randwick is one of the many specialist children's hospitals that provide treatment for these children, with recent local cases involving major heart, neurological and orthopedic surgeries.