The Rotary Club of Sydney meets for Lunch on Tuesdays 12.30pm to 2.00pm at
The Castlereagh Boutique Hotel Cello Room, 4th Floor, 169 Castlereagh Street
(between Market and Park Street) Sydney NSW 2000.
Guests are always welcome. 

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The Business of Charity with PCYC's Adam Thompson


Tuesday 13th March

The guest speaker at Sydney Rotary Club on Tuesday 13th March will be Adam Thompson, the manager of PCYC (Police Citizens Youth Clubs) City of Sydney.

The mission of PCYC NSW is to empower young people, and this is done by engaging youth in programs that get them active in life.

In this role since March 2017, Adam has increased participation, programs and partnerships aimed at youth at risk in Woolloomooloo and the wider inner city area.

This has been made possible by approaching every decision with a simple principle – ‘we do things for kids, or we do things that make money, so we can do things for kids.'

By taking a long term sustainable approach to needs based programs and operations, PCYC City of Sydney is changing the lives of children every day and will have the capacity to do so for many years to come.

On Tuesday 13 March 2018 at 12:30pm

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Tuesday 20th March

Lunch at Sydney Rotary Club on Tuesday 20th March will be with Nepo Sibomana, the Co-Founder and Director of The Mustard Seed Institute, a social enterprise working at the grassroots level on Poverty Alleviation, Reconciliation, and Sustainable Peace through Agriculture, Vocational Training and Research in Rwanda and the Great Lakes region of Africa.

Nepo is in Australia for the Sydney Peace Conference. Born in Eastern Province, Rwanda, Nepo is a Genocide Survivor and has been a long-time advocate for the rights of Genocide Survivors, Youth Empowerment and Peace.

Nepo lives in Eastern Province, Rwanda, with his Australian–born wife and young daughter, in the same community where he grew up and lost his whole family during the Genocide. His passion is to inspire his community to work together towards a common goal of achieving socio-economic transformation, which provides the foundation to eradicate genocide ideology, promote reconciliation and ensure sustainable peace for future generations.

On Tuesday 20 March 2018 at 12:30pm

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Tuesday 27th March

The guest speaker at Sydney Rotary Club's luncheon on Tuesday 27 March will be Natascha Moy, Chairman of Eastside Radio.

Natascha also produce the FoodinFocus radio show which highlights beautiful food, wine and people and produces and presents The Dialogue radio show highlighting remarkable people.

Eastside Radio is a community radio station based in Paddington and broadcasting to the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney and the greater Sydney area.

On Tuesday 27 March 2018 at 12:30pm

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