The Rotary Club of Belgrave was chartered in 1954 which makes us the longest running club in this region.
There are many ways to join Rotary and becoming a member is the best way to gain exposure to full inclusion in Rotary’s programs and activities. You can also volunteer on fundraising projects, donate to Rotary programs, become a corporate partner or sponsor, or volunteer for overseas aid work.
You are invited to attend your local Rotary Club meeting, or contact us to talk first. Let us know how you would like to get involved. When we align our goals and work together, we see rewards in the world around us.
Joining or aligning your organisation with your local Rotary Club can help you build new friendships and business networks. You will have the opportunity to collaborate with teams to improve the lives of others both within your community, and around the world.
Rotary projects you can get involved with cover the following areas:
- Global peace and conflict resolution
- Disease prevention
- Water and sanitation
- Maternal and child health
- Education and literacy, and
- Economic and community development.
Rotary will help you to help others. We think you’ll have fun along the way too and we look forward to meeting you!
We meet Wednesday nights at 6.30pm, at the Upwey RSL Hall. Meetings generally go for around 75-90 mins, followed by dinner, if you’d like to stay for that as well. Visitors are always welcome and we’d love for you to come along, see what we’re about, listen to our guest speakers and get involved in our projects. From there you can decide if you’d like to join our club and we can provide you with an application form.
You can download a brochure Rotary_Club_of_Belgrave_Brochure.
This video will give you more information about Rotary too.
And our Facebook page is updated with events and activities as well.