Welcome to the Rotary Club of Casey

Get onboard and connect with others.

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 News
Our speaker on Monday night the 13th of May, Cory Robertson spoke about his wife Joanne's struggles with depression and the fundraiser that they are doing to try to help raise the awareness around depression and suicide prevention as well as to remove some of the stigma around both. It was a very moving speech which bought many Rotarians to tears.
Monday evening the 20th of May, our Speaker, Tim Currell, Operations Manager – Seasonal Workers Australia, spoke about how Pacific Island Fruit Pickers were placed into accredited companies. This is a Federal Government Initiative developed to help our near neighbours access work. These men were from Vanuatu. This program is offered to 8 similar small Nations such as Timor Leste and Fiji. The companies who employed them needed to prove that they could not recruit from the Australian Community first.
Rtn. Dr. Hakim Gassiep from Melbourne coincidentally meets Rtn. Suren Naiker from Devonport at a medical conference in Melbourne and exchange ideas to inspire each other to connect with more Rotarians in order to transform the lives of others for the better.
It’s time to give to polio

As we wind down the 2018-19 Rotary year, Rotary clubs focus on their end of year giving and on supporting so many amazing humanitarian projects – locally, regionally and internationally.
Rotarian Jo Dwyer speaks about her life and what she does. If you were not present at our last meeting to listen to Jo speak please make an effort to get to know your fellow Rotarian Jo Dwyer
President Hakim Gassiep and Rotarian Ritesh Prasad (Membership and Program Director) present Michael from the Epilepsy Foundation a donation cheque from The Rotary Club of Casey. Michael also presented our club a certificate of appreciation from the Purple Day Bike Ride from last year that the Rotary Club of Casey ran and which was coordinated by Rotarian Trisha Ranchod. Michael also presented the Rotary Club of Casey with a receipt for $7,300 that was raised from the event.
The Wheelchair gives different children the opportunity to integrate and go to school, but it also leads to different challenges:
- the houses in which they inhabit are often too small, taking out the chair is therefore uncomfortable and takes a long time due to the architecture of the
- usually families live far and the only way to access is to walk for 45 minutes on the dirt road, even this is to be uncomfortable and even impossible during the rainy season.
- different families have difficulties paying the school tax.
Once at school though children are very happy.


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Club Information


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We meet Mondays at 6:30 PM
Berwick RSL Club
17 Langmore Lane
Berwick, Victoria  3806

0409 324 180
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