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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Ivanhoe.

Club meetings are Wednesday mornings at 7:30 am at the
Ivanhoe Uniting Church Community Centre (and broadcast via Zoom)


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.

Where We Meet

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

We also broadcast our club meetings on Zoom.

Upcoming Meetings and Events

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

Latest Club News

Wed 8 Dec 2021

Our very own Rotarian and Club Treasurer Judith Mottram talked about her challenging and productive ‘other life’ as an active member of the Handweavers and Spinners Guild of Victoria. This ‘other...

Wed 1 Dec 2021

We were joined by Genevieve Speechley, manager of the Livingstone Community Centre in Livingstone St Ivanhoe (opposite Coles). Genevieve has been in the manager role for 2 years, having commenced...

Wed 24th Nov 2021 – AGM

Results of Annual General Meeting held on Wed 24th Nov 2021 (via ZOOM) Election of Office Bearers for 2021-22 President - Stewart Wait Pres-elect - vacant Secretary - Lisa Wait Treasurer – Judith...

From our Facebook Page

Thursday March 2nd

Rotary Club of Ivanhoe
It’s with much sadness that we share the news that Pam Norman died this week. Pam was the darling wife of one of our oldest Club members Graham Norman. Although her health has been declining for some time, she will be greatly missed. Pam was a beautiful, elegant lady who loved travelling, speaking French and creating a beautiful world around her. Vale Pam Norman. Funeral details: A service will be held at 10am, Wednesday 8th March, at Le Pines, 741 High St, Kew.If someone would like a lift over to Kew next Wednesday morning, I can pick you up. Beverley Sheppard ... See MoreSee Less
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Sunday February 19th

Rotary Club of Ivanhoe
The breakfast meeting of Ivanhoe Rotary Club on 15th February was a significant morning. Not only did we have a most interesting presentation on the “Member Behind the Badge” by our most recent member, Nellie, but there were some special presentations as well.Assistant Governor Pat Solibakke presented, on behalf of RI and our District Governor, 30-year Service Recognition Certificates to three of the club’s long-standing members. The three members receiving their certificates, Judith Mottram, Frances Wright and Graham Norman, have all provided major contributions over many years to the Rotary Club of Ivanhoe, Rotary International, and to the local and world communities in which we live. ... See MoreSee Less
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Tuesday February 7th

Rotary Club of Ivanhoe
Wednesday 1st February was a great start to our meeting program for 2023, even though we were unable to use our usual meeting place for this meeting due to renovation work. Many thanks to O’Brien Accountants & Advisors of Ivanhoe for hosting us in their Boardroom for this meeting (thanks to Nellie and other staff). Our presenter at this meeting was Joshua Wait, who outlined his project “Life and Dirt”, located in a stall at Victoria Market, to demonstrate accelerated composting of vegetable waste for soil improvement.And now back to our usual meeting rooms at the Ivanhoe Uniting Church Community Centre from 8th Feb. ... See MoreSee Less
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