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Rotarians Against Malaria Conference

Informal Coffee & Chat

11am at Sibling Cafe, 611 Nicholson Street, North Carlton 

Volunteers welcome at RIMERN

11am to 2pm, 32-34 Lincoln Street, Brunswick East

Peace Scholar Applications open

Pop Up Bookshop Now Open

Our Pop up Bookshop at 332 Lygon Street is now open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays until 24th December.  Put your name down to volunteer a shift and tell all your friends about it.  We are located right next door to DOC Deli some come in and have a browse while you are picking up your Festive Season supplies.

Rotary Carlton Virtual Polio Walk

Join us to walk/run/ride in October to raise funds for End Polio Now, lets see if we can collectively make the distance from Graduate House to Shoreham and back.

We've already beaten our goal of 186 km, with our collective walking/running/riding now at 673km and counting.  It's never to late to join in, record your activity each day using a fitness tracker, a free app such as Strava or runkeeper, or just your phone. If you don't have any of these, just make an estimate of the distance walked.  Then use the link below to add your activity to the tally.  

Awards will be given for:
- The most distance walked
- The best walking photo

Link to form:

Link to fundraising page to sponsor out team:


Rotary walk with us for Polio

Rotary Walk with Us to End Polio

Following a very successful event in 2020 Rotarians, friends and the community are encouraged once again to take action from October 1st to 31st to raise awareness, funds, and support to end poliomyelitis, a vaccine-preventable disease that still threatens the children of the world today.  

As a founding partner of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative, Rotary worldwide has helped to reduce polio cases from an average of 1000 cases per day in 1987 to a total of only 140 cases in 2020, a 99.9% reduction.

It is crucial to eliminate polio from Afghanistan and Pakistan, the last two countries where it remains endemic. We must also keep all other countries polio-free. If eradication efforts stopped today, within 10 years, polio could paralyse as many as 200,000 children each year.

Rotary and its partners are committed to eliminating poliomyelitis completely from the world. Smallpox is the only other disease ever completely eradicated. Funds are still needed to continue immunization and surveillance efforts.  

The Rotary Walk With Us campaign throughout October is a fun way to raise awareness and funds to End Polio Now. 

Using Rotary’s friendly website (, you can register to walk and set distance and fundraising goals. Alternatively, you can donate to someone who is walking. For the walkers the total distance you have set for the month is accumulated over the entire month of October. So, you can walk when, where and with whom you want in a COVID safe way. Each walk is logged on the website along with all donations. It’s easy.

All donations through Rotary will be matched 2 to 1 by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation who are partners of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative.

All donations over $2.00 are tax deductable. Individuals, teams and Rotary clubs will be recognised and credited for their donations by The Australian Rotary Foundation Trust.

The results of the 2020 event exceeded all expectations. People registered from across Australia and the world. This resulted in raising over $122,000 for the End Polio campaign. The added benefit was the positive effect on physical and mental health by providing a focus for those living with COVID restrictions.

Register to walk and donate at   

This website has more information on the event and the global program to eradicate Polio.

Donate today and be a part of the countdown to history. With your help we can end Polio for good.


Writing Workshop with Journalist Jeanette Leigh

Writing Workshop with Journalist Jeanette Leigh

Across two hours, Jeanette will cover ideas about interviewing a subject, and how to enrich the great Rotary stories that we want to write. Please have a pad and pen handy for some great tips and tricks to better tell your story.
Between Thursday 9 September 2021 5:30 PM and Tuesday 14 September 2021 5:30 PM
For link to workshop, reserve your place at

How do people get nominated for the Order of Australia?

How can we recognize those people who've given so much of their life to serve others? 


Coffee with Ken, Tim & Casey

Paul Carlin Community Leadership Award

2020 Recipient; Khanya Ibrahim, Harari Women’s Group

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