Unwanted Glasses & Sunglasses
Up until 1st November, 2017 we are collecting unwanted prescription Glasses & Sunglasses on behalf of Kedem. The glasses are to be distributed by YWAM Medical Ships (who provide high quality health care) to people living in remote and isoldated villages in Papus New Guinea.
Volunteers will test distance and reading vision and prescribe glasses as needed. Cataracts and pterygiums (a growth of tissue that lines the eyelids and can cover the eyeball) are common. Sunglasses, new and loved, are desperately needed as they are one item given out sparingly and one that is always requested by locals.
The glasses can be dropped of at Tivoli German Club on Tuesday for collection at our evening meeting or contact 95762277 to arrange for drop off points.
Service to the Community and other highlights
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A journey to clean up oceans and waterways using advanced engineering and drone technology.
Date From : Tue Jul 3, 2018 : 18:15
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Your child will have to opportunity to see what they might be good at.
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Fun and games makes an enjoyable evening.
Date From : Tue May 1, 2018 : 19:00
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Lets rock with Songs of the 60s Female Legends.
Date From : Sat May 12, 2018 : 19:45
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Major State Road Projects featuring Rail Level Crossing Removal Programme.
Date From : Tue Apr 17, 2018 : 18:15
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Trachoma is an infectious eye disease that can be prevented with good hygiene practices. It is still present in remote Aboriginal communities and can lead to permanent blindness. Australia is the world’s only developed country with trachoma. The World Health Organisation has a global goal to eliminate trachoma by 2020.
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We are a group of professional people who use our professional skills to best benefit the community. We have provided job interview practice to local high school students, used our connections to source used goods to send to third world countries, and recognised businesses who do good in our local community. Our Annual Business Person's Breakfast is now in its 25th year.Read more...
We are always looking for volunteers to help us with our projects. No matter what age or background, we need your help. Volunteers have helped us paint a home cinema for nursing home residents, build a fence at a playground, marshall runners at our Fun Run, pack hospital beds for overseas countries, or raise money for people affected by natural disasters. Contact us now if you would like to help!Read more...
Our club meets weekly at the London Tavern in Caulfield South with interesting guest speakers. We have major events including our annual Business Person's Breakfast. Socially we have movie nights, dinners, picnics and really, whatever meets the fancy of our members! Also, our fundraising projects are great fun to be involved.Read more...
Our club works locally in Glen Eira to make a difference around the world. We have worked with local hospitals to send medical equipment & beds to countries in need; we have collected baby clothes & items from young families to turn into maternity kits in East Timor to reduce infant mortality; and we make contact with other Rotary Clubs worldwide, such as our Friendship Club in Ogaki West, Japan, to expand our international network.Read more...
The Rotary Club of Glen Eira helps young people in our community. Annually we present our Youth of the Year Award that recognises a young person in the City of Glen Eira who best demonstrates "Service Above Self". Working with local schools, we send students to leadership camps, host overseas exchange programs, and help underprivileged children play footy at local community football clubs.Read more...
We help our local community - from funding & building a playground fence at Caulfield's St Mary's Anglican Church to developing the garden at Bethlehem Hospital; from making a cinema room at a local nursing home to our massive Caulfield Racecourse Run that helped local groups, charities, schools & organisations raise nearly $50,000 to fund their own projects. Our members join Rotary because they want to make a difference to the community.Read more...
The Rotary Foundation is Rotary's charity which works to achieve peace and understanding through humanitarian, educational and cultural exchange programs. It was founded to "Do Good In The World".Read more...
Don't miss the chance to raise money for Rotary and your own school or charity on Sunday 19th October.Read more...