DO YOU KNOW SOMEONE WHO WANTS TO CHANGE THE WORLD?
Rotary is now accepting applications for the world competitive Rotary Peace Fellowships program. The application deadline for submissions through local rotary clubs in District 9800 is to the District Chair, Rob Helme, by May 15, 2017.
Download flyer: Peace Scholars Flyer 2017
A Donations In Kind (DIK) project is often the most practical and cost effective way to help people in developing countries and it also provides excellent opportunities to help local communities.
It provides Rotarians, the Public and Corporate Sector with the chance to make a meaningful difference in the lives of people who need our help.Read more...
Interplast’s intentions are simple. We exist to repair bodies and rebuild lives.Read more...
The Carlton Neighbourhood Learning Centre provides a broad and varied program which includes community development, general interest courses, IT courses and access, nationally recognised training, and the provision of community space and information and referral.Read more...
The not-for-profit Carlton Community Website is an initiative of the Carlton Together Working Group - Opportunities for Carlton Project. The community website enables the coordination of information, events and discussions across Carlton and creates a digital meeting space for the community.Read more...
Afghanistan Project Update
Phase 1: The Education of Young Women in the Kama District with the original grant of A$11,700 from the Persephone Foundation. This project is progressing well.Read more...
For 60 years AMES has helped new and recently arrived refugees and migrants to settle in to Victoria. AMES offers much more than just teaching English – we not only work with new arrivals but also with the community, business and Government to develop sustainable and effective settlement solutions for the whole Victorian community.
Our vision is “Full Participation for all in a cohesive and diverse society.”Read more...
The Melbourne University Graduates Association (later to become the Graduate Union) was formed in 1911.Read more...
Women in Rotary-Rotary in Australia and New Zealand does not currently reflect, in its membership, the diversity of the communities in which it operates and serves. The role of Women in Rotary is to address one of the key areas of membership diversity - gender equity - and work with Membership and Marketing and Public Relations Committees within Districts to develop plans that will increase membership and retention of women in Rotary and to support initiatives that promote female leaders at both Club and District levels.Read more...
The Rotary Club of Carlton has for more than thirty years, provided a forum for like-minded individuals to meet, in a convivial atmosphere and to discuss ways to help local and overseas communities.
At our weekly meeting we are able to listen to interesting speakers, and through our various committees plan strategies to help the less fortunate members of our world.
We do this by using our skills and contacts, as well as raising funds.
Club Event- Al Fresco BBQ
When; 17th January 2017.
Where; Graduate House
Time; 6.30 for 7.00 pm
Who; Family & Firends
The 2016 HESTA Community Sector Award winners have been announced.
Yarra City Council Australian Citizenship Ceremony
attended the Yarra City Council, Australian Citizenship Ceremony on Thursday 17th November 2016 on behalf of the Club .
There were 80 candidates from 32 countries receiving Australian citizenship.
See photo Gallery for copies of some of the official photos taken at the Ceremony.
The next Citizenship Ceremony is scheduled for 26th January 2017.
David Percival- "Travels in Burma"
David & Joan Percival visited Myanmar this time last year;
Myanmar (formerly Burma) is a Southeast Asian nation of more than 100 ethnic groupsRead more...
Rotary Club of Carlton
12-30pm for 1-00 pm
University of Melbourne,
220 Leicester Street
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DG Neville John
Rotarians worldwide are inspired by the Rotary theme of “Service Above Self” and are guided by reference to ‘The Four-Way Test’. In particular, ‘The Four-Way Test’ challenges Rotarians, in everything they do, to ask of themselves:
“Of the things we think say or do:
- Is it the TRUTH?
- Is it FAIR to all concerned?
- Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS?
- Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned?"