Do you want to help those in need in our local community, across Australia and around the world?
Would you enjoy meeting regularly and working with other likeminded individuals to achieve these goals?
Then the Rotary Club of Hillarys may be your ideal opportunity!
We are a club whose members work together delivering major projects, as well as minor initiatives locally, throughout Australia and in many parts of the world.
We meet weekly for dinner to enjoy each other’s company, progress our plans and welcome speakers from diverse organisations and interests.
Our club is open to anyone who can actively contribute to our activities and goals, and is able to attend regularly.
There are no age restrictions and we welcome people from all backgrounds.We are actively seeking new members to help us continue to deliver our goals.
To discuss membership, to receive a membership pack or to attend a special interest meeting, please use the Contact Us option on this website.Read more...
The 2020 Rotary Club of Hillarys Carine Community Fair will be held on Sunday 15 March at the Carine Open Space, Okely Road, Carine from 9.30am to 4.00pm. The Rotary Carine Community Fair has a free entry. There will be over 100 stalls selling various products and services. On the stage listen and see local dancers, school bands and big band from the navy.
This is the 32nd Rotary Commuity Fair and has something for the whole family. All funds raised go back into local community projects.
Applications should be open in November 2019 via our website - https://www.carinefair.com.au/
The Rotary Dolphin Wishing Well at Hillarys Boat Harbour came to fruition due to the combined organisational efforts and the support of members of the Rotary Clubs of Hillarys and Wanneroo.
The wishing well became a ten year joint project by the Rotary Clubs of Hillarys and Wanneroo, and since March 2010 every time a $2 coin is inserted in the wishing well the larger-than-life dolphin sculpture does a good turn - a complete 360 degree rotation.
The net proceeds from the wishing well are now being distributed to local and other community projects identified by the two Rotary Clubs.Read more...
The Safe Childhoods Foundation is a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) combating Crimes Against Children. Safe Childhoods has developed a range of projects designed to protect and support some of the most vulnerable, traumatised and at-risk children.Read more...
Swim Vietnam trains swim teachers, builds pools, and provides free survival swimming and water safety lessons, giving Vietnamese children a skill that could save their life.
Swim and survive programs work – rates of drowning are 90% lower in children that have completed these programs than in the general population.
With continued practical and financial support from the Rotary Club of Hillarys, over the past 11 years more than 24,000 children have been taught to swim, 213,000+ children have received classroom based water safety education, almost 4,000 swim teachers have been trained and 8 teaching pools built.
For more information, see: swimvietnam.com