Our members are women and men aged in their 20s to 70s from a diverse background of nationalities.
Microscopes in Schools
Our signature project has seen more than 190,000 students discover the microscopic world with some 17,500 microscopes in 600 schools sponsored by over 100 Rotary Clubs.
No child needs to feel lonely, with the buddy benches we make and donate to schools.
Supporting tomorrow's leaders
Our many youth projects include sponsoring applicants to attend a variety of Rotary-run camps and seminars, presenting awards to primary schools and much more.
We provide free eye screening checks for 5 and 6 year olds at primary schools throughout the Perth metropolitan areas.
Launched in 2008, we are a modern, active club of community-minded women and men aged in their 20s to 70s with a vision of world peace and the drive to make it happen.
Our Rotary Club meets weekly on a Wednesday evening for 1 hour in the metropolitan Perth suburb of Mount Claremont to plan and execute meaningful projects here in Western Australia and overseas. All our club meetings are live streamed on Facebook, to help you stay connected even if you can't physically attend.
What sets Rotary Clubs apart from other non profit organizations is our fundamental code of ethics (known as the "Four Way Test") and the fact that every cent raised for a cause goes directly to that project.
If you would like to make a difference, locally or globally, why not join us?
RAWCS has created a national Flood Relief Appeal for people impacted by the current floods in the Eastern States. Australians impacted by the recent floods will be the beneficiaries of money raised by the Flood Appeal and will be able to liaise with their local Rotary Club to us know…
On Wednesday 19th October, PP Karen Munjak from the Rotary Club of Grande Prairie, Canada, visited our club with her West Aussie husband Paul, and mother-in-law Anne. Karen made an excellent presentation on the incredible work her Rotary Club is doing to assist in the resettlement of Ukrainian refugees. Thus far around 120…
Uncle John is turning 89 years old. He was not prepared for what he is about to see: Lau & Sheila, from the Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay. On very short notice, they came with all the food well prepared by Sheila, party hats, and a relative of Uncle John…
On Saturday 15th October 2022, Greg Acciaioli, President Fiona Tremlett and Rajah Senathirajah manned the Rotary Club of Freshwater Bay’s stall at the inaugural Rotary Australia World Community Service (RAWCS) Expo, showcasing many amazing projects created by Rotarians to assist those in need with tax deductible donations! We promoted the…
For the past four decades, GP Dr. Rajeshwary “Raji” Radha Krishnan has dedicated her life to two main areas: Indigenous and women’s health. Believing in holistic, culturally appropriate treatment, early diagnosis, timely intervention and ongoing follow up, she empowers her patients with greater awareness of health issues and ownership of the…