Trees for Life...

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Exciting moment - Rotary Adelaide tree growing members recently had the opportunity to meet Peter the Landholder at Adelaide Airport, South Australia. We have been growing 1200 of our 1440 trees for Peter to plant on their property at Cummins., Eyre Peninsula.

It was pretty special to meet up with Peter face to face at the Adelaide Airport. He filled us in about where the trees are at that were planted last year (which we grew 600 trees for Peter last year) and also what his plans are now with planting the 1200 trees we have grown for him this year.

Peter thanked Rotary Adelaide team growing members for caring so much about trees and he has enjoyed working with us over the 2 years and appreciates what we are doing with him. President Cam and the team thanked Peter for allowing us to grow for him and that we've enjoyed the opportunity. It's lovely knowing that the trees will be looked after and will be of benefit to the environment, flora and fauna and people of the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer for any of these events, please do not hesitate to contact us! This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Hutt Street Centre - Ending homelessness in Adelaide

We provide volunteers to provide breakfasts for Hutt Street Centre clients on every 5th Saturday.
There are 4 or 5 of these each year with 8 to 10 volunteers for each breakfast. There is a list of volunteers of around 25 members of our Club and their partners.

In addition, a number of our Club members take part each year in the Walk a Mile fundraise for the homeless.

More information can be found here.

Calperum Station - Preserving the Riverland Biosphere

We support the work of The Australian Landscape Trust at Calperum Station, a protected reserve of over 2,000 square kilometres in SA. It is part of an area within a larger reserve system known as the Riverland Biosphere Reserve. listed as "critical" for the survival of bird species such as black-eared miner. Our Club has helped by providing funding and volunteers for tree planting, water testing and monitoring activities.
More details can be found here.

Wirraninthi Bush Restoration Project - Working with the city Council to re-vegetate the parklands

Interested Adelaide Rotary Club members have formed the Wirraninthi group which meets in the West Parklands on the 1st Saturday of the month near the West Terrace Catholic Cemetery to help restore the area to its natural state.  


Nurture Kits

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Rotary Adelaide is passionate about looking after and nurturing the resilience and hard work of healthcare workers in South Australia. The pressures on these amazing people are ever increasing and as a club that is always looking out for others to make their lives a little better, we at Rotary Adelaide are creating Nurture Kits. Boxes of love.


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Australian Rotary Health Indigenous Health Scholarship…Creating better health outcomes!

Australian Rotary Health Scholarships for Indigenous Health Scholars, is a co-operative program between Australian Rotary Health and the Rotary Club of Adelaide, in association with the SA and Commonwealth Governments. Initially intended to train doctors to work amongst other Indigenous people, the scope of the scheme enlarged to permit the training of nurses and health related professionals. Since its inception this program has spread throughout the Rotary community with scholars being supported in each of the mainland states and in the Northern Territory.  The scholarship can be used to assist Indigenous students with their day-to-day expenses while they undertake a course in a wide range of health-related professions, with a purpose to assist students gain an education which will in turn enable a benefit of other Indigenous people – hopefully, but not necessarily, in some of our remote areas. More information can be found here.

We gratefully acknowledge the enthusiasm and support of our partner organisations