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Better together

A need to connect with different age groups is woven into our genes.

3D printers to the rescue

Rotary members join 3D print enthusiasts to make personal protective equipment in short supply due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Rotarian Conversation: Marc Freedman

The Rotarian Conversation:Marc FreedmanThis longevity expert has found that both younger and older people thrive when they work together with a common purpose — something

Rotary’s first virtual convention inspires members to innovate and stay connected

Rotary’s first-ever virtual convention attracted more than 60,000 registrants and 175,000 viewers during its weeklong program.

Young at heart

Holger Knaack has a fresh vision for the Rotary of the future. With a little help from his friends, things should go swimmingly.

 
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WELCOME TO ROTARY IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA


 
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Western Australia’s Rotarians are individuals who seek to serve the local and world community by utilising their skills and experience. Like all 1.2 million Rotarians around the globe, they gain enjoyment and satisfaction from providing service, promoting integrity and advancing world understanding and goodwill.

Rotary clubs are part of your community. They bring together men and women of all ages from business, the professions and general community to share friendship and the opportunity to serve.

Each club operates within its community, helping to meet local social and practical needs. Wherever there are active Rotary clubs you may find parks and facilities that have been club initiatives,as well as programs to support schools and community groups. Perth’s first public Cord Blood
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 Bank is the gift of WA Rotary clubs to mark the Rotary centenary, just as the state’s first medical school marked Rotary’s 50th anniversary in the 1950s.

Rotary clubs have a strong vocational focus, working with the business community to promote high ethical standards, youth employment opportunities and foreign experience for young business leaders.

Our new generations, the future leaders of the community, are supported through special leadership development programs, high school and young adult organisations and overseas youth exchanges.

Internationally, clubs back the inspirational End Polio Now campaign that
 
Rotary in WA - Polio Volunteerwas launched by Rotary to eradicate this crippling and fatal disease. Many clubs have specific programs to tackle poverty, education, hunger and water supply issues overseas.

You can be part of any or all of these programs, as a participant or supporter.

Or you can become a Rotarian too.

Friendship, personal development, business networking and the fulfilment of helping others, make membership of your local Rotary club a richly rewarding life choice. Just ask us.

Rotary in Western Australia is divided into two areas: if you live or work in the northern part of the state (north of the Swan River), click here for more information. If you live southern part of the state, click here for more information on Rotary in Western Australia.