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The Rotary Club of Fortitude Valley

Helping to make a difference in our community

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Welcome to the Rotary Club of Fortitude Valley

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President Yass Seccombe invites visiting Rotarians or anyone interested in sampling Rotary to join us. The club is currently meeting on the first and third Thursdays of the month, the table below shows if there is a meeting for the current week and the location.
If you require more information or directions, click on the link below.

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Upcoming Thursdays Meeting Location
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Rotary Working in our Community

Rotary Fortitude Valley has been working closely with community groups to help the homeless in the Brisbane area.

“Celebrate our Past, Embrace our Future”

The R100 Baton Relay is an event across Australia & New Zealand to celebrate 100 years of Rotary working in our communities, the relay will run throughout Australia, State by State, District by District, Club by Club.

At last weeks meeting it was Fortitude Valley Rotary Clubs turn to receive the baton.

End Hygiene Poverty

We were visited by members of the Rotary Club of Noosa Heads, speaking about their RAWCS project 110 – 2017-2018 – involving distribution of the SpaTap to provide access to running water. Running water facilitates hand washing, food washing, first aid and hygiene in education, home and hospital environments, thereby minimising disease. The flow on effects can include improved education and employment outcomes due to minimised lost time.

Everything is Better with Bacon!

Last week, President Andrew reported on the successes of the Motorfest barbeque. There were discussions on improvements for next time, but overall it was agreed that it was good to work together, lift the profile of the club and raise over $6,500. 1,040 burgers, 1,000 sausages. Thank you to members and family who chipped in to make it all work, and thanks to those who purchased leftover bacon and juice. It was good to hear that even the excess bread was given a good home in the form of school breakfasts.

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Rotary Give Every Child a Future


In parts of the Pacific, nearly 1 in 16 children die before their 5th birthday. We’re going to stop that!

Rotarians in Australia and NZ along in collaboration with UNICEF have a bold ambition: to immunise 100,000 of the most disadvantaged children across the Pacific in 4 years. Across 9 Pacific nations, we will help introduce 3 lifesaving vaccinations to prevent diseases like cervical cancer, severe diarrhoea, pneumonia, blood infection and meningitis.Rotary’s support will also help sustain the local health system for the sustainable delivery of vaccinations so that future generations will continue to benefit in the long term. A truly inspiring Rotary legacy.

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For more about this R100 Centenary Initiative, contact

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We are almost there! Rotary has eradicated 99% of Polio in the world
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