Members and visitors who attended the Rotary Club of Southbank's this week's meeting witnessed a most enlightening presentation / Q&A session with the current...
Southbank Rotary member Kay Ledson recently walking across America - From LA (22nd September, 2017) to Washington DC (Mid March 2018). CARLSBAD CA - PHOENIX - FLAGST...
Rotary Club of Southbank member Kay Ledson has completed the journey of a lifetime to walk the entire breadth of America from Carlsbad, California to Washington DC, A to...
Rotary Club of Southbank has over many years supported, in partnership with the Rotary Club of Bali Taman, Indonesia, and the Rotary Foundation, a number of projects del...
M.U.N.A. simulates the workings of the U.N. assembly by having teams of two students represent a particular U.N. country. Topics are debated on matters of world political a...
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Angel Flight is a charity that coordinates non-emergency flights to help country people trying to deal with the triple trouble of bad health, poor finances and daunting distance. All flights are free and may involve patients travelling to medical facilities anywhere in Australia. Angel Flight pilots do not carry aeromedical staff or medical equipment so do not act as an alternative to the Royal Flying Doctor Service or Air Ambulance in that capacity. With its current resources Angel Flight can coordinate up to twenty flights per day., and complementary ground transport from and to airports.
Warren Sparrow (Earth Angel) retired from Air Traffic Control in 2010 and has been volunteering with Angel Flight for 10 years. He has completed over 300 missions and also volunteers as driver for a local Doncaster community health group. He loves spending time with his family and pampering his grandchildren. Hobbies or pastimes includes ocean cruising, researching on his family ancestry and enjoying good Shiraz.
Social enterprises over the years may have had the reputation of always reaching out for donations or establishing in only emerging nations which require help.
Let start-up founder of iDibs, Hao Teo guide you through his journey and also debunk some myths abouts social enterprises!
The Rotary International Convention is a once a year opportunity to conect together with Rotarians from all across the world, share ideas and learn from the experiences of others.
For more information go to:
On-line registration for the Rotary International Convention in Hamburg 1st to 5th June 2019 opens on 23rd June at www.riconvention.org/en/hamburg/register
Substantial discounts apply for those who register early:
Cancellations are possible up to 30th April 2019. They attract a $50 service fee.
The District OnToConference Co-ordinator is Rosemary Waghorne, Rotary Club of Canterbury.
The Club OnToConference Co-ordinator is Judy Parslow.
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