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1 week ago
Fremantle Rotary

What a champion. For the second time Isabella has made fabulous contribution to Freo Rotary’s Give a Damn give a Can campaign. Thanks Isabella for all your efforts. ... See MoreSee Less

What a champion. For the second time Isabella has made fabulous contribution to Freo  Rotary’s Give a Damn give a Can campaign. Thanks Isabella for all your efforts.Image attachment

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Well done Isabella 👏

Awesome Isabella 👏👏

2 weeks ago
Fremantle Rotary

Combined Meeting with Attadale - Celebration of the Rotary Charity Golf Days.
The Rotary Clubs of Attadale and Fremantle celebrated the history and amazing achievements of their ongoing annual Rotary Charity Golf Day, with a combined meeting at Royal Fremantle Golf Club.
It was an opportunity to share how it all began, and where it has come over the years.
Since 2012 we have raised an amazing $580 525 for our two beneficiaries
Colin McCulloch did a wonderful job as Master of Ceremonies, enabling the history to unfold as well as how it all happens, accompanied by a fabulous slide show.
Each year the Rotary Club of Attadale donate their profits from the day to Care Cure Support (for Motor Neurone Disease) and the Rotary Club of Fremantle, donate their profits from the day to the Spinnaker Health Research Foundation.
We were delighted that Mark and David Whiteman for Care Cure Support and CEO Dana Wallace- Campbell of Spinnaker Health Research Foundation were there to accept the cheques.
It was very interesting to hear from them, how they use the money we donate each year. #infro#fremantlestory #freomassive
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Combined Meeting with Attadale - Celebration of the Rotary Charity Golf Days.                                                       
The Rotary Clubs of Attadale and Fremantle celebrated the history and amazing achievements of their ongoing annual Rotary Charity Golf Day, with a combined meeting at Royal Fremantle Golf Club.
It was an opportunity to share how it all began, and where it has come over the years.
Since 2012 we have raised an amazing $580 525 for our two beneficiaries
Colin McCulloch did a wonderful job as Master of Ceremonies, enabling the history to unfold as well as how it all happens, accompanied by a fabulous slide show.
Each year the Rotary Club of Attadale donate their profits from the day to Care Cure Support (for Motor Neurone Disease) and the Rotary Club of Fremantle, donate their profits from the day to the Spinnaker Health Research Foundation.
We were delighted that Mark and David Whiteman for Care Cure Support and CEO Dana Wallace- Campbell of Spinnaker Health Research Foundation were there to accept the cheques.
It was very interesting to hear from them, how they use the money we donate each year. #infro#fremantlestory #freomassive
2 weeks ago
Fremantle Rotary

Rotary Freo with some of the results of their recent give a Damn give a can project. Pictured helping fill the shelves at Portcare #InFreo#freoport ... See MoreSee Less

Rotary Freo with some of the results of their recent give a Damn give a can project. Pictured helping fill the shelves at Portcare #infreo#freoportImage attachment
3 weeks ago
Fremantle Rotary

Only a week to go for the Rotary Give a can Give a damn campaign for those in need in our community . Collection points Woolworths South Freo,Melville, Stammers. Cole’s Hilton, Melville. Banovich Pharmacy South Freo. Supporting St Pats community centre and Portcare in their valuable work for the community #stpatscommunitysupportcentre #portcare #infreo#fremantle ... See MoreSee Less

Only a week to go for the Rotary Give a can Give a damn campaign for those in need in our community . Collection points Woolworths South Freo,Melville, Stammers.   Cole’s Hilton, Melville.  Banovich Pharmacy South Freo.   Supporting St Pats community centre and Portcare in their valuable work for the community #stpatscommunitysupportcentre #portcare #infreo#fremantle
4 weeks ago
Fremantle Rotary

Looking after those in need in our community since2009y. The Rotary Club of Fremantle runs the GIVE A DAMN. GIVE A CAN (GADGAC) campaign during the month of May each year.

We place collection baskets with Collection Point signs at supermarkets and local schools, around the Fremantle area at the start of May. Supermarket customers and school families are asked to place non-perishable food into the baskets and Fremantle Rotarians collect the donated goods each week. Some Fremantle Rotarians also do flyer drops in their neighbourhoods and collect food directly from the households who want to donate in this way.

At the end of May we collect and deliver all the donated goods to both St Patricks Community Support Centre and Port Care. Since the project started in 2009, we estimate, goods to the value of $100,000 has been donated. The food goes into hampers for those ‘doing it tough’, particularly those who are homeless, or is used in the St Pats kitchen for the free hot breakfasts or $2 2-course hot lunches provided for anyone who needs this assistance.

We have been generously sponsored by the Bendigo Bank each year to cover any small costs such as printing of signs.
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Looking after those in need in our community since2009y. The Rotary Club of Fremantle runs the GIVE A DAMN. GIVE A CAN (GADGAC) campaign during the month of May each year.  
 
We place collection baskets with Collection Point signs at  supermarkets and local schools, around the Fremantle area at the start of May.  Supermarket customers and school families are asked to place non-perishable food into the baskets and Fremantle Rotarians collect the donated goods each week.  Some Fremantle Rotarians also do flyer drops in their neighbourhoods and collect food directly from the households who want to donate in this way.
 
At the end of May we collect and deliver all the donated goods to both St Patricks Community Support Centre and Port Care.  Since the project started in 2009, we estimate, goods to the value of $100,000 has been donated.  The food goes into hampers for those ‘doing it tough’, particularly those who are homeless, or is used in the St Pats kitchen for the free hot breakfasts or $2 2-course hot lunches provided for anyone who needs this assistance.
 
We have been generously sponsored by the Bendigo Bank each year to cover any small costs such as printing of signs.

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1 month ago
Fremantle Rotary

The Fremantle College Breakfast Club provides healthy nutritious meals for children. As well as students who might miss breakfast, the breakfast club also provides a place for students who are uncomfortable in the mainstream environment. They enjoy their food, music, table tennis and table soccer in a safe place.

The Rotary Club of Fremantle provides them with breakfast each Friday morning. Over 100 students are catered for.

Bendigo Bank Fremantle support and sponsor this project and we gratefully acknowledge their wonderful support.
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The Fremantle College Breakfast Club provides healthy nutritious meals for children. As well as students who might miss breakfast, the breakfast club also provides a place for students who are uncomfortable in the mainstream environment. They enjoy their food, music, table tennis and table soccer in a safe place.

The Rotary Club of Fremantle provides them with breakfast each Friday morning. Over 100 students are catered for.

Bendigo Bank Fremantle support and sponsor this project and we gratefully acknowledge their wonderful support.Image attachmentImage attachment

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This is a terrific contribution to the community. Well done Fremantle Rotarians.

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