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Our Projects

Our Projects can be broken into the following service avenues:

-  Local Community including "Caring for Carlton"

-  International

-  Youth

-  Environmental

Our projects are always up for review, some examples of projects we currently undertake or have undertaken in the past include....

Community International

Funding Swimming lessons for newly arrived Australian children from the Horn of Africa

Supporting & Participating in Carlton Community Network, meeting bi-monthly with and in support local agencies providing for the local Carlton community.

Funding and Volunteering at RIMERN, providing furniture and household goods to people in need

Provide school art classes and supplies to our local community  

Provide regular BBQ dinners to families staying at Ronald McDonald House

Fund Camp opportunities for local troubled youth in conjunction with the Community Policing Program

Fund various programmes at Carlton Primary School

Fund and Support for the homeless 

Fund Mental Health Research

Funding and Volunteering at Donations in Kind (DIK)

Donations in kind

Funding long lasting insecticidal Mosquito nets for villagers in Papua New Guinea to control Malaria

Supporting and Funding Education programs in Afghanistan.

Pack and Ship containers with medical and school equipment for Timor L'Este

Technical Advice for funding a suspension bridge and biogas plant supporting two Cambodian Villages

Support the Rotary Foundation and Polio Plus

Youth Environmental

Fund and support local students to attend:  National Youth Science Forum, Rotary Youth Program of Enrichment, Rotary Routh Leadership Awards

Fund youth projects at La Mama Theatre

Fund Resilience Awards for year 12 Students at Princes Secondary College and University High School

Provide Musical scholarship at Melbourne Conservatorium

Support Mental Health First Aid Courses 

Support Global Grant Scholars both locally and abroad

Support the Circular Economy through our ongoing involvement in:


- Second Hand Book Shop in conjunction with the Rotary Club of Albert Park

Encourage the use of reusable fruit and vegetable bags as an alternative to plastic bags through our social media campaign.