Future Events

August - Membership & Club Development
10th Monday Clare Walpole – Fonterra HQ’s Richmond
17th Monday Social night
24th Monday Mark Miller -The Rotarian Behind the Badge
31st Monday Amora Social Night
September – Education and Literacy
7th Monday Maria Makris – Grandson’s journey to school and eduction
14th Monday Colleen Petersen – Urban Development
21st Monday Social night
28th Monday Jade Rowlands - Director IT L’Oreal
October – Community/Vocational
5th Monday Claire Davison -Public Image, Strategy for RCR
12th Monday
18th Monday Social Night
26th Monday Melanie Gardiner- National Community Engagement Manager – Disability Sector
November Foundation
2nd Monday No meeting, Cup Eve
9th Monday Alistair Davison – Remembrance Day
16th Monday Social Night
18th Wednesday Board meeting
3rd Monday Mark Dwyer – Foundation
27th Friday Club visit – Castlemaine
28th Saturday Castlemaine
29th Sunday Castlemaine
30th Monday No meeting in lieu
December -Disease Prevention and Treatment
5th Saturday Richmond Market (TBC)
7th Monday Christmas Party
14th Monday No meeting
21st Monday No meeting
28th Monday No meeting



Vietnam Low-Cost Artificial Limbs Project
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Ainger Peck Awards 2019
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Slade Literary Award 2018
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Rotary Club of Richmond and Melbourne Girls' College Partners in Community
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Timor-Leste Kindergarten Project
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"Now THIS is a Christmas Party"
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'Art that Changes Lives for Disadvantaged Youth'
Rotary Youth Arts Project

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Richmond Rotary OXYgens'

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Bushfire Recovery Project

Project Plans 2020-2021
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Chaughada Education and Training Project, Nepal
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Rotary is an organisation of business and professional leaders united worldwide who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations and help to build goodwill and peace in the world.

From small beginnings in 1905 it is now a major force in helping the needy, impoverished and diseased, servicing the largest humanitarian foundation in human history.

There are approximately 1.2 million Rotarians, members of more than 32,066 Rotary Clubs in 168 countries. The Illinois, USA-based headquarters of Rotary Clubs throughout the world can be accessed on the Internet at www.rotary.org Administratively this is divided into regions, and Australia is within the ANZO region, which has an Internet address at www.rotary.org.au.

Our Richmond Club is in District 9800 which is made up of 70 Rotary Clubs located both in the central areas of Melbourne, and many country centres to the west of the city, including Bendigo, Echuca-Moama and Werribee.

Our Club was established by Charter on August 24, 1964 under the auspices of the Melbourne Rotary Club.