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Here's a sample of the projects we get involved in.
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Over 40 years of delivering Christmas hampers to those who need them the most.
Here we have another wonderful example of how the Rotary Club of Manly is “making a difference” in our community.
Rotary Youth Leadership Awards. A transformational 7-day program.
The Rotary Club of Manly has a long standing relationship with one of PNG's most ambitions missions.
Funds for the Umoja Orphanage in Kenya to build and maintain a greenhouse
PNG Status: Testing rates are low and the numbers are understated.
Two major capital works projects for the homeless in Manly
Pioneer Club House refurbishment totalling $185,000!
The lease on a truck Lifeline was using to collect donated clothing, books and accessories was due to expire and the vehicle itself sold.
After being made aware of this situation, the Rotary Club of Manly paid out the lease on behalf of Lifeline Northern Beaches who subsequently allowed the Rotary branding to be prominently displayed on their vehicle.
Nominated students attended a Stand Tall camp in the Manly area to actively participate in a program which enhances self-esteem and resilience. Rotary of Manly donated $20,000 in support and also organised local businesses to donate food for the camp. Club members cooked and served the food. In addition, volunteers from Rotary of Manly attended the Stand Tall event which hosted over 6 000 students at the International Convention Centre at Darling Harbour.
The program included entertainment and presentations from inspirational people to encourage students to overcome adversity and move forward.
For over ten years Police Officers from the Northern Beaches have assisted us in the organisation and logistics of conducting our annual Fun Run and Walk. Their help in the provision of Police Officers and vehicles on the day of the event is invaluable to us.
It’s excellent to be able to collaborate with the Police and over the years we have supported the Police Legacy Charity with a donation of $3000 each year the Fun Run has been conducted.
Support for a family in need after the Bushfires and who have a parent and sibling with ongoing medical needs.
"Rotary Club of Manly kindly and professionally assisted in handling the funds raised by an online raffle “Wheels for Rotary” to raise funds for local Manly boy with Cerebral Palsy and his custom designed van giving him independence to manoeuvre himself in and out of a vehicle. The $5000 prize pool consisted of the ultimate Manly experience generously donate by the Manly business community. The raffle raised almost $8000 via social media marketing.
Thank you Manly Rotary!"
A team of volunteers from SES have helped us for several years with our Fun Run event. As a thank you, our club donated $2000 so that the SES could purchase much needed training IT and AV equipment.
Government support does not cover all their needs and we were pleased to be able to help.
Bushlink is a project which helps disabled teenagers and young adults acquire skills in plant propagation and bush regeneration. They focus on sustainability in all their projects.
Rotary’s financial contributions were used to construct and install irrigated plant propagation containers for use in local schools.
Tahina Booth founded this organisation in 2017. Manly Rotary members collected sporting goods, equipment and sporting gear to send to PNG. The aim of this project is to help discourage domestic violence in the country.
There is limited money available for sport in PNG and gyms, schools, and sport clubs promote active inclusion. Sport is one of the ways both men and women can become strong, build personal confidence and become positive role models in the community.
Provision of a $10,000 donation to Manly Council as part payment for a disabled swing in a playground on the Steyne.
Suitable students promoted by International Rotary clubs.
Our last Exchange student was Chiara from Sacile, Northern Italy.
Instrumental in formation of the Northern Beaches Women's Shelter. Negotiated the deal with the Harbour Trust for the rental of 2 houses at a 50% discount to market rent which enabled the creation of the Crisis Centre.
Refurbished the buildings with carpets, paint, kitchen upgrade and security screens on windows and doors.
Sailability is a locally based organisation dedicated to giving disabled children and adults an opportunity to experience sailing in a custom-built craft.
Manly Sunrise (which later became Rotary Club of Manly) donated money for repairs and new equipment to insure the safety of the disabled client.
Rotary Club of Manly was instrumental in the establishment of Meals on Wheels in Manly.
The Manly Rotary Club formed a committee with members from the local council and other service clubs with the objective of creating the first club built especially for the enjoyment of the elderly in NSW.
It still exists today.
Manly Hospital needed a specialised maternity bed and facilities in the emergency department to enable routine treatment without using an ER bed.
The mission of the Clontarf Foundation is to improve the education, self-esteem, life skills, discipline, and employment opportunities for young Aboriginal men. A key part of the commitment and reward process includes soccer, basketball, and boxing followed by a cooked breakfast before school.
Rotary of Manly donated $8,000 for a private office for student-staff interviews.
A 3 year scholarship was funded by Manly Rotary.
Scholarship was granted through Rotary Health with the objective of researching the effectiveness of treatment at the Royal Far West.
Accommodation for overflow from the Manly Womens Shelter. Also used as student accommodation for Royal Far West
Community centre administration area and stairwell refurbishment.
Redesigned the floor area and replaced desks and equipment where required. Replaced floor coverings.
The Rotary Club of Manly provided a medical reference library and endowed it to perpetuity.
Refurbishment of tiny tots bathroom to bring it up to a modern standard.
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