Local Community Projects

Making a difference...
through numerous projects for youth, schools and others in our local Community
 

Camp Breakaway

Camp Breakaway on the Central Coast is committed to enhancing the lives of people with disabilities by providing respite care for people with disabilities and their carers.
Our project covers the cost of a young sibling of a child with high medical needs to attend a respite camp where they could briefly escape their home environmental of care and responsibilities and just be "children." They also have the opportunity to form friendships with others in a similar situation at home.
Camp Breakway website

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Carers' Night

Special recognition of family carers in our community.Carers

Our club members provide supervision at home, while a carer is treated to dinner and given special recognition at our club

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LifelineH2Htrans

We Help Lifeline Save Lives

Somewhere in Australia there is a new call to Lifeline every minute. People call Lifeline’s 24 hour crisis support service 13 11 14 about many things including:

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Neringah Hospital: Kiosk for Visitors

neringah1In July 2013 we started the Neringah Hospital Project. Neringah is a paliative care hospital in Wahroonga and the project involves the stripout and refurbishment of an old Kiosk which has not been used for more than twenty years. Once complete the kiosk will become a most needed area for family groups to gather with their loved ones when visiting Neringah.

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Preventing youth suicide

Eagles-RAPSEagles RAPS located in Doonside is dedicated to the prevention of youth suicide by giving opportunities to young people from disadvantaged/dysfunctional backgrounds through education and the building of self-confidence.

Our club SAVED the school from closure...

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Rotary Youth Driver Awareness

RYDAThis award-winning road safety education program for senior high school students, called RYDA, lies at the heart of a suite of programs developed for young people in years 9 to 12 for road safety education programs for parents and corporate partners. Our members volunteer annually to assist. More: www.rse.org.au/category/ryda/locations/

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