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 News
The Rotary Club of Casey after a successful fundraising year, possibly the best we have ever had. We were able to offer the following donations below. These are in addition to the $10,000 that was donated to Interplast, $3799 to Rotaract, $1,000 to The Epilepsy Foundation, $600 to St Andrews Church child services, $2000 to GWS A Scouts, $1500 sponsorship to MUNA
Rotary Foundation $2000
Wheelchair for kids $3500
Days for girls $1000
Casey North CISS $2000
Trachoma $3500
St Vinnies Soup Kitchen Berwick/Casey $1500
Mental Illness, Cory’s charity (Beyond Blue) $1500
Young Veterans Cranbourne $2000
Southern Cross Kids $2000
Salvation Army (Berwick Branch) $2000
Riding for the Disabled Myuna $1000
Rotary Endeavour Hills for their Disaster Aid project $1000
Thank you to all the Rotary Casey Rotarians and the friends of  Rotary Casey who were involved in the fundraising events this year.
PP Peter Stilburn (Charter Member), President Hakim Gassiep and Secretary Barry Erlenwein (Charter Member) saw the official opening of Phase 3 at Gippsland Rotary Centenary House. The Rotary Club of Casey sponsored the laundry room and fitout which was dedicated to the late RTN Kim Stilburn (Charter Member) who was our club's Secretary for 2 years/terms when we first chartered in 2012.
Prue Ingrams, CEO of Interplast was our special guest speaker. John Berends also a special guest was major sponsor of the Holland Festival, both shown. Last night the Rotary Casey flag was given to the Seaford-Carrum Downs Rotary Club as they along with President Hakim and Rotarian Paul presented Interplast with a cheque for $10,000. When we listened to the medical work Interplast does for 22 much smaller countries it makes you proud to be Australian. It was particularly special to have so many guests from that Club also attend our meeting.
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.


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

0409 324 180
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