Rotary Ivanhoe Raises Money for Mental Health With Virtual Sausages

Last month, through the help of the community we raised over $2000 to support vital mental research at Australian Rotary Health wih Rotary Club of Ivanhoe’s COVID-19 era virtual sausage sizzle.

Welcome to the Rotary Club of Ivanhoe.

Club meetings are Wednesday mornings at 7:30 am at the
Ivanhoe Uniting Church Community Centre.


We are an active and committed group of people who work together to support and assist in developing our local community, the wider regional and Australian community, and communities across the globe. We value firm friendships and social interactions as the basis of working together for our communities, as well as the development of strong connections with other organisations and groups in our areas of interest.

About our club

The Rotary Club of Ivanhoe meets at the Ivanhoe Uniting Church Community Centre every Wednesday morning between 7:15am and 8:30am. Meetings are informal and a light breakfast is included. Most meetings include presentations on Rotary projects and subjects of general interest to members. Social events are also part of the Club’s calendar.

The Club welcomes visitors and enquiries from all who work or live in Ivanhoe and surrounding districts.

Upcoming Events

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Where We Meet

Ivanhoe Uniting Church Community Centre
Seddon St, Ivanhoe (enter from car park at rear)

Supported Projects

We proudly provide support to the following organisations and projects.

Breakfast Club School Program (Broome)

Bell Bardia Community Meal Program

End Polio Now

Indigenous Health Scholarship 2020

Dementia Australia

3081 Angels (Banyule Community Health & Rosanna Baptist Church)

Chancez Cafe - Possum Hollow

Shelter Box Disaster Relief

The latest from our Facebook Page

Posted Wednesday November 18th

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Martin was our Guest Speaker a few weeks ago. These are his brand new chicks from his Breedkng Program. If you would like to support this work and Sanctuary, Beverley can provide you with his bank details for financial support. ... See MoreSee Less

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Posted Monday November 16th

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More playground news - the Rotary Overseas Recycled Playground program continues.

Since the start of our last lockdown period in July, the Rotary Club of Ivanhoe has held two sets of playground materials in temporary local storage, courtesy of City of Banyule. We had been unable to transfer these to the shipping container at the West Footscray warehouse due to the very tight restrictions on non-essential movement.

These components came from two large playgrounds which were being upgraded by Banyule Council in East Ivanhoe and Macleod.

At last! Over two days, Friday and Saturday 13th and 14th November, we were able to use the van from the Rotary Donations In Kind warehouse to collect the two large loads of playground components, take them to the warehouse, and load them into the container for shipping this week to Sri Lanka, along with sets of materials from about 6 other playground locations around Melbourne.

This was a great effort by a very committed team of Rotarians over the two days, and we are very happy to see these playgrounds head off to Sri Lanka for a whole new life in schools and other venues there. 😄

Sincere thanks are also due to the City of Banyule and its various contractors, who have continued to give generous support to the playground recycling program.👏
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Posted Tuesday November 10th

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Thank you to everyone who donated to our virtual sausage sizzle!!! Together we raised over $2,000 for Australian Rotary Health mental health research. Congrats to Kerry Buhner for winning the Ryobi drill kit thanks to Bunnings Fairfield!!!

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Posted Saturday October 24th

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Saturday, 24th October - World Polio Day
We are so close to eradication of polio from the world. While the current COVID pandemic has been a major focus in our lives this year, the essential work towards eradication of polio has continued in the face of this year’s added difficulties and challenges.
This work is still so important, and we can’t allow the valuable gains we have made in recent years to slip away.
Our contributions to assist this work are still needed to support the essential immunizations and surveillance. Donations for this program can be made through Rotary via the website
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