Welcome to the Rotary Club of Casey

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Rotary Casey invite you to get involved, connect with others and share in the experience of assisting those in need, whether it is locally or abroad.

There’s something that all Rotary club members have in common: We take action. As community volunteers, we reach out to neighbours in need. We build, support, and organise. We save lives. We work locally and globally.

Around the world and around the corner, the 1.2 million men and women of Rotary.

• Get involved in their communities
• Connect with other professionals
• Share their time and experience with young people
• Support global causes, such as eradicating polio
• Use their skills to help others

The Rotary Club of Casey is a Service Club
with an emphasis upon friendship and mutual support,
where members serve their community for the greater good
without regard to gender, age, race or religious beliefs.

Discover the benefit of joining the Rotary Club of Casey for yourself.

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Club Executives & Directors
Interim President
Rotary Foundation
Service Projects & Welfare
Youth, MUNA, Service Director
This week, a collaboration with Beaconshills College came to fruition when one cubic meter of tightly packed goodies gathered by students went to the youth of Millingimbi, set off on it's long journey! They are sports crazy! So many footy boots, football and basketball jumpers, sporting equipment such as footies, basketballs and more, left for Adelaide then straight to Darwin, paid by Rotary Casey with a generous donation by Gilberts Transport. Thanks Gilberts, who operate out of a Depot in Dandenong. 
It will then leave by sea barge on it's 5 to 6 day journey to Millingimbi where the East Arnhem Land Council will receive these and distribute them to the kids eagerly who are  awaiting them.
This is our second shipment so now they know what to expect. These Aussie kids live some 450km from shops in Darwin and 250km from Nhulunbuy - and very inaccessible by road most of the year. The tyranny of distance is real for the Milingimbians have one general food store. This will be so special...
The EALC will pick up the sea journey cost, some $700. What a collaboration. But the big winners are the students/youth at both ends - high quality gear and clothing knowing at each end they have learnt of generosity of heart and knowing fellow Aussies kids are thinking of them.
The journey will take about two weeks and it shows just how hard it is to get services to the remotest of parts of our very own country. Their gratitude is such that these will go very quickly I'm told. Thanks everyone.


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Club Information
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We meet In Person
Mondays at 6:00 PM
Timbarra Community Centre, Berwick 3806
23/215-225 Parkhill Drive
Berwick, VIC 3806
0427 803 112
We Meet on Monday Evenings at The Timbarra Community Centre, Parkhill Drive, Berwick We are a hybrid Club and offer Zoom at the same time.