Hobart Women’s Shelter Hobart Women’s Shelter believes it is a RIGHT of all women and children to have a safe and secure home
Bears of Hope where the focus is to bring about much needed awareness to the tragic event of a baby born still
RAWTAS Rural alive and well. Helping men with depression
Caroline House Provides mental health and crisis intervention support
Second Bite Redistributes surplus fresh food to community food programs
Bowel Scan Distribution of bowel scan kits to local pharmacies
National Youth Science Forum, Canberra (NYSF) was attended by a Year 11 student from Elizabeth College.
Windeward Bound – a young Mentor was sponsored to sail with other youths, including refugees and migrants on the brigantine “Windeward Bound
Model United Nations Assembly (MUNA) was attended by a student team from the Friends School
Rotary Youth Program Of Enrichment (RYPEN) is a program designed for young people from 14 – 17 years of age.
Each year, the Club becomes involved in the sponsorship of a young person venturing overseas in the Rotary Youth Exchange Program (YEP).
AYUI Foundation, Thailand, is a RAWCS project managed by Club member and PRID Dr. John Thorne.
Bethlehem Community Centre (BCC), Nairobi, Kenya – is a faith-based organisation that supports orphanages, and children, women and families living in poverty http://www.bccafrica.org/
Hamlin Fistula Ethiopa – http://hamlin.org.au/ – in previous years, the Club has supported this organisation.
RAWCS project in Bangladesh at the Kumudini Hospital.
Disaster Aid Australia (DAA) for the provision of a shelter/tent that DAA distributes to countries experiencing disasters. For more on DAA see http://disasteraidaustralia.org.au/
Food plant solutions: a Rotarian Action Group – a Tasmanian Rotary initiative