Club Goals
Mental Health

Rotarians Address Mental Health Issues Head On

"Mental health is an area that has been neglected by many people for too long because of the stigma associated with it. The involvement of Rotary clubs will gradually reduce the stigma, and more and more people will begin to be comfortable around the issue."
"It costs society a lot if we ignore these mental health problems. And it’s a human right to get support if you are ill."
No to DV (Domestic Violence)
In Australia, the reality of where and to whom family abuse occurs shows it can and does happen to all kinds of people in all suburbs. Rotary SAFE Families campaigns for primary prevention of abuse.
Australian Rotary clubs raise awareness and funds to prevent domestic violence and support its victims with a diverse range of innovative projects.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Rotary's Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion


At Rotary, we're committed to treating everyone with dignity and respect, allowing everyone's voice to be heard, and providing equitable opportunities for fellowship, service, and leadership.

Our members want and expect Rotary to be a diverse, equitable, and inclusive organization. Although the Rotary experience may differ from country to country, issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion are globally relevant.

Vision Of Islands
Rotary believes in developing the next generation of leaders. Our programs help younger leaders build leadership skills, expand education and learn the value of service.
*Interact clubs
*Rotary Youth Leadership Awards
*Rotary Youth Exchange
*New Generations Service Exchange