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The World Next Door, showcasing the amazing work of asylum seeker Naser Moradi
The Mercy Hub are thrilled to announce the new dates for our art exhibition 'The World Next Door', showcasing the amazing work of asylum seeker Naser Moradi.
Opening night will have guest speakers including comedian and refugee advocate Tom Ballard, as well as canapés and live music. Bookings required for Opening Night only. Bookings - https://www.trybooking.com/events/landing?eid=761725
Postcards of Naser's work will be available for purchase throughout the event.
We can not wait to welcome you down at The Hub!
Delicious traditional Rum and Brandy Fruit Cake, 1Kg traditional Steamed Pudding, and Traditional Baked Puddings all available to order now to raise funds for The Rotary Foundation
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.
The World Health Organisation has a global to eliminate trachoma by 2020. Trachoma is an infectious eye disease that can be prevented
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.
A new partnership between The Carlton Local Agencies Network (of which Carlton Rotary is a member). This paves the way for collaborative initiatives, better use of collective resources and closer engagement with the Carlton community.
Our club is a long-term supporter of this wonderful program by preparing BBQ meal for residents about 7 times/year, including the big family Christmas BBQ at Adventure Park Geelong.
The Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) is a week-long residential personal development program for young people aged 18 to 25, which focuses on yourself, leadership and community. In Rotary District 9800, RYLA aims to:
- Give young people the chance to come together in a supportive environment to gain a better understanding of their own strengths and the unique qualities and abilities of others
- Provide an opportunity for young people to develop a network of resources to facilitate their roles and development
- Facilitate learning about teamwork, communication, motivation and to develop the leadership skills of young people through experiential workshops
- Create a greater awareness of social issues affecting young people and
- Demonstrate Rotary's commitment to young people.
The project continues at the forefront of place-based strategy showcasing the benefits of co-ordinated investment, whole of government thinking and community inspired action.
Steering collaborative action involving the Carlton community, four government
departments, the City of Melbourne, NFPS, academic institutions and other key
stakeholders has been an extraordinary achievement given that whole of community,
whole of government approaches are still evolving in Australia.
We're busy getting ready for Term 3. Take a look at our new brochure to find out what's on at CNLC.
The Peer Support Workers are a team of young people, all ex clients of the service who now volunteer their time at Orygen to support other young people experiencing a mental illness. They share their own stories of treatment and recovery and provide support from the perspective of someone who has been through a similar experience.
The Melbourne University Graduates Association (later to become the Graduate Union) was formed in 1911.
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.”
The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International
Through Foundation grants and programs, Rotarians and other contributors can help change the world.
They can finance a well for a village that lacks clean water, improve the environment, or provide scholarships to educate the next generation. The grants and programs available to Rotarians allow them to realise Rotary’s humanitarian mission throughout the world, including its number-one goal of eradicating polio. For further information
At the North Carlton Railway Neighbourhood House we aim to strengthen community connections and enrich community life by bringing together a diverse range of people to learn, socialise and connect with one another.
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.
Paul Carlin Community Leadership Award
The Rotary Club of Carlton recognises the outstanding work of these dedicated leaders:
2018 Natalie Warren, Kathleen Syme Community Centre
2019 Maree Rebach, MCC & St Vincent de Paul
2020 Khanya Ibrahim, Harari Women’s Group
2021 Alison Beck, Carlton North Railway Neighbourhood House
Our House becomes a home away from home for families who have a child being treated for a serious or life threatening illness.
Staff and volunteers attend to the daily operation of the House and ensure families are given the support they need during their stay with us, enabling families to stay together as a unit in a warm and caring homelike environment during this very emotional time.
Our families travel from all over including country Victoria, interstate, metropolitan Melbourne and overseas.
Interplast’s intentions are simple. We exist to repair bodies and rebuild lives.