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.

WHO WE ARE

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 Friday June 18th

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Hello! For those that love Birds of Prey, Martin needs our help in buying a Van to drive his Birds around in. If you can donate to this “Buy a Van” plan, it would be highly appreciated. ... See MoreSee Less
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Posted Saturday June 5th

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This World Environment Day, 5th June 2021, is a very opportune time to look at the role of Rotary International, and individual Rotary Clubs, in the critical challenges for the future of our local and global environments.Earlier in 2021, Rotary International defined “Supporting the Environment” as one of its key Areas of Focus, to complement its six other key focus areas (Basic Education & Literacy; Water, Sanitation & Hygiene; Maternal &Child Health; Peace & Conflict Prevention / Resolution; Community & Economic Development; and Disease Prevention & Treatment).Many Rotary Clubs already have a good history of undertaking and supporting environmental projects. This focus at a Rotary International level now gives greater impetus to our environmental works, and will allow RI funding to start flowing to support local and wider environmental projects.The Rotary Club of Ivanhoe is enthusiastic about this increased attention by RI to support our environment, given the wide range of environmental challenges we all face at local, national and global levels.We are keen to develop actions for environmental support at our own local level. Initially, the club is working with Local Government and community groups to develop projects to benefit our local environment, especially in relation to restore some of our local ecosystems and native vegetation.In the longer term, we aim to look at our individual and community activities to see what we might be able to achieve, as a community, in reducing waste, improving our energy use efficiency, minimizing our “carbon footprints”, and improving the resilience of our native ecosystems, vegetation and wildlife. World Environment Day is an opportunity for us all to reflect on what we can do to support our environment. ... See MoreSee Less
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Posted Wednesday May 12th

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The playground recycling challenge for Ivanhoe Rotary Club this month was at the Hakea Reserve in Watsonia, where the old playground was being removed, in preparation for replacement with a new playground. With a small but dedicated group of Rotarians, working with James Van Leeuwen from Aspace, the old unit was dismantled today, loaded into the Rotary DIK (Donations in Kind) van, and taken to the Rotary warehouse in Footscray where it was loaded into waiting shipping containers. Along with a number of other playgrounds already in the containers, it is intended to ship these for re-establishment in schools in Nepal in the near future. ... See MoreSee Less
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Posted Saturday May 1st

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Rotarians against Malaria - Malaria Awareness Day Walk, Friday 30th April and Saturday 1st May.We enjoyed two great walks on the Banyule Flats area of Heidelberg, along the Yarra River...beautiful weather and scenery, and good company 😊We also donated to Help Eliminate Malaria and encourage you to make a donation as well.ram.rawcs.com.au/malaria-awareness-dayEach year, over 400,000 people die from malaria, many of them being small children in developing countries. We cannot allow ourselves to forget that malaria is a continuing threat to lives and welfare across much of the world, and we do not want to lose the gains which have been made against this disease over recent years.Rotarians Against Malaria Australia continues to work with partners in nearby countries to provide support for immediate protection of communities, as well as for the longer term elimination of malaria in the affected countries.We are the generation that can end malaria 🚫🦟 By fighting this deadly disease we strengthen our health systems 🏥 and create a world that is safer for everyone. Join us in finishing the work in our partner countries this #MalariaAwarenessDay ... See MoreSee Less
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