Often, we think we are better off in first world country like Australia. We often hear about education inequality, in third world countries where families have limited resources and therefore decide more often than not to educate their boys instead of their girls.
Rotary is a change making organisation. Participating in Rotary means I choose to spend my time with people who are outward focussed, who care for others and who want to make the world a better place.
Congratulations to Women in Rotary on their eighth International Women’s Day Breakfast. Networking events such as these allows us to acknowledge and celebrate the many achievements of women; in business, industry and the community.
Join us on Thursday the 23rd of August 2018.
Join us at the next Rotary Club of Melbourne Evening Meeting on Thursday 19 July, 2018. A diverse panel will be moderated by our own Stephanie Woollard on the topic ‘Women, Community-Building and Faith – what’s next?’.
We are so excited that Mischa Ginns received the Rotary Shine On Recognition Trophy for Community Service. She believes that community service is a team effort and would like to thank all those who have worked along side her, inspired her and supported (and still continue to support) her through a very tough time in …
The Rotary Inspirational Women’s’ Awards (RIWA) have been established to recognise women and young women who best exemplify Rotary’s motto of Service Above Self (i.e. the community service the individual performs above and beyond their normal role. The Awards are an initiative of the Rotary Districts and Clubs of NSW.
Relive the IWD Breakfast and see our video! [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnNVeS5uvwI&w=250&h=140]