Meets monthly - fundraising and discussion group.
Rotaract stands for ‘Rotary in action’. It is an international volunteer service organisation for young adults that is non-political and non-denominational.
Rotaract began as a Rotary International youth program in 1968 for students and professionals between 18-30 years old. There are currently over 300,000 Rotaractors in about 10,000 clubs throughout the world. Rotaract Clubs are sponsored and supported by Rotary clubs; but run and fund the club themselves.
Beyond the club, all Rotaract and Rotary clubs belong to districts. For Rotaract, the district is overseen by the District Rotaract Representative and district committee that includes a Rotarian as the Rotary Rotaract Chair.
Rotaract in Australia is also supported by the MDIO (Multi District Information Organisation) Rotaract Australia that offers communication and information to do wider activities such as the annual Australian Rotaract Conference and Rotaract Games, and to fundraise on a larger scale with the national project Rotaractors Against Malaria.
Beyond Australia are opportunities to network and socialise, such as Asia Pacific Regional Rotaract Conference and Rotaract PreConvention at the Rotary International Convention; or even go on a Rotaract trip.
Rotaract focuses on fellowship and service through four avenues: club service, community service, international service and understanding, and professional development.
The Rotary Opportunity Shop is a major fundraiser for the Rotary Club of Box Hill to provide funds for community services.
Rotary Recycle Op shop is a project of Rotary Club of Box Hill Central-
Rotary Recycle raises funds for projects supported by RCBHC.
Pre loved items, bric a brac, clothing, books
RSPCA is a non-government community based animal welfare charity. The Op-Shop and Creature Comforts sell all types of bric a brac, collectables, furniture, books, clothes, toys, manchester, craft items and electrical items.
379-397 Whitehorse Road, Nunawading, Victoria 3131Australia
Tel: (03) 9262 6333 Fax: (03) 9262 6490Email: firstname.lastname@example.org