Upper Blue Mountains Sunrise Rotary

Message from our President 

 
As most of our Rotary friends know I have succeeded Paul Campbell as President of Upper Blue Mountains Sunrise.  The most important thing is to continue our community work.  Our focus is on homelessness, mental health and the environment. We will announce some other major initiatives shortly. When all is said and done, we help people, that's what we do. I would like to invite anyone who is interested in getting involved in our community projects to please give me a call/text. Right now COVID is all around the community. Although we have been active with Club activities on Zoom. we hope to emerge from lockdown in November. Who knows? What we do know is that there are many in our community who need support. Rotary is there to help.
 
Bill Pixton
0418 113643

Youth Programs

Every year, thousands of talented and dedicated young people, ages 12-30, have an incredible experience in a Youth Services program. From leadership and experiential learning, these programs can change a young person's life.
Click here to find out more about the great programs Rotary has to offer you. 
 

Fundraising

Most community programs need not only our time and attention but they need funds. Our Club like most Rotary clubs are out there fundraising for a specific purpose or cause. Click here to find out more about some of our fundraisers.

Projects

The members and friends of Upper Blue Rotary are a committed group of men and women who manage and implement a range of projects benefiting our community, both locally and overseas. These projects often start with an idea from an individual. Click here to find out more about some of our fundraisers.
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What you need to know?

  • Every cent raised goes to Australian Rotary Health (ARH) to fund high-quality mental health research.
  • To donate click on the ARH link.          
  • This High Tea will be on Zoom with participants in their homes. We expect by 16th October we will be able to have up to 5 people in each home cluster which will make the High Tea more sociable and fun.
  • Please keep in touch with the Club and we will provide up-to-date instructions on the easing of lockdown rules.
  • Please talk to Jenny Hartnett or Liz Romalis.

Where We Meet

NOTICE
 
We have now been meeting on ZOOM for several weeks. We hope to return to face to face meeting at the Robyn Yates Centre at Cancer Wellness Support, 105 Railway Parade, Leura in November. However with Covid, nothing is certain.   Check the calendar below for details.  If you would like to join us please request a link to the meeting. president@bluemountainsrotary.org
 
 
 
 
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Speakers
Colleen Kanzora
Dec 14, 2021 7:30 AM
Blue Mountains Tourism
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Our Club has made a long-term commitment to helping the homeless in the Blue Mountains. We have now raised over $15,000, which matched by Dick Smith, provides $30,000 to this critically important Mountains initiative.
 
We are now negotiating with a range of stakeholders, governments and social housing organisations on advancing this project. We will make some announcements over the next few months about the use of these funds and how they will benefit those homeless folk in the Mountains.
 
 
 
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