The Club strongly believes that education changes the lives of individuals, communities and the nation and that these scholarships will ultimately contribute to a fairer and a more prosperous Australia.
Join us and Get Involved
As a multi-dimensional club, the Rotary Club of Sydney has a wide range of monthly activities. This enables members to network and socialise with fellow Rotarians as well as engage with one or more of the Club’s extensive list of activities or community service projects at times that fit their work, social and family life.
Guests are always welcome.
Following the highly successful Rotary Centenary Baton launch by the Governor General, the our Club is engaging with Rotary Clubs in NSW and beyond to promote the Centenary.
We are forming a team of R100 Champions to:
- To promote the Rotary Centenary
- To represent the Club at R100 events in NSW
- To work with the President and the Chair of our Centenary Committee (Geoff Wilbow) to organise events for the Centenary.
While most of the activities will be in the first half of 2021, we need to know who we should call on. We are also well aware that any planning must consider that COVID 19 restrictions keep changing and events may have to be cancelled or modified.
Please email Geoff Wilbow if you would like to be a R100 Champion.
Get involved in our Committees
RCS has several committees that look after many projects and initiatives; namely, Climate Action Group, International Service, Peace Building Group, Vocational Service, Youth Service and Community Service.
Ethics is a hallmark of Rotary.
Rotarians experience personal growth in an organisation that is respected worldwide for its high values and standards and at the same time develops business networking opportunities and builds lifelong friendships. Clubs are non-political, non-religious, and open to all cultures, races and creeds.
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Our Key Projects
Upper Murray farmers in desperate need of hay after fires
Over the next three years, the project aims to vaccinate 100,000 children in nine Pacific Island countries against three diseases: Rotavirus, Pneumococcal disease and Human papillomavirus in partnership with UNICEF.