Our Club is involved in many areas of service, including:

RYLA
NYSF
YOUTH

Rotary is dedicated to supporting youth, fostering development and leadership.

Our club sponsors local students and young adults to various programs.

  • National Youth Science Forum (NYSF).    This two week camp each January provides a focus for senior high school students considering a career in science.
  • Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA). Young adults with leadership potential undertake a rigorous and challenging week long course which instills life skills and optimism, encouraging them to become leaders in their careers and communities.
  • Rotary Youth Enrichment Program (RYPEN). Students about to enter Year 10 are given life skills and motivation to face the challenges of coming years.
  • Rotary Youth Exchange (RYE). For more than 85 years, students and host families have broadened their horizons through international exchanges. More than 80 countries and thousands of students participate in the program each year.
COMMUNITY

Rotarians work in their local community on a broad range of activities which make a difference.

We have provided a shade shelter for Brookvale Public School, assisted with a working bee at the Vern Barnett School, provided computers for a local women's refuge, provided repairs to a local youth refuge, repaired recreational areas at Biala Aboriginal Hostel and much, much more.

RYLA
NYSF
VOCATIONAL

Rotary believes in the value of peoples' work at all levels and encourages all to strive to their best. Rotary work to:

  • encourage and foster high ethical standards in business and professions, to recognise the worthiness of all useful occupations, to dignify the Rotarian's occupation as an opportunity to serve society.
  • apply the ideal of service in personal, business and community life.
  • advance international understanding and goodwill, and peace through a world fellowship of
    business and professional men and women united in the ideal of service.


OUR HISTORY

The Rotary Club of Warringah began in June 1952 and the Rotary Club of Dee Why 15 years later in June 1967. They combined in 2007, continuing to assist the local community and beyond.

The Rotary Club of Dee Why set up the Warringah Chamber of Commerce. Rotary Club of Warringah was involved in setting up the House With No Steps in Davidson and together we have completed dozens of projects locally and overseas using funds we raise, donations and grants from various sources.

We are involved Rotary International on major global projects such as End Polio Now  and others through the Rotary Foundation.

ACCESS TO OTHER ROTARY CLUBS

As a Rotarian you are welcome to attend clubs around Australia and the world!

Rotary has 1.2million members in more than 35,000 clubs in 200 countries. Clubs welcome members from other clubs and we have regular visitors from Canada and Scotland. 

Rotarians volunteer overseas and there are many opportunities to take part in projects. We are involved in several international projects. When Rotarians travel they may choose to visit another club or can arrange to take part in, or observe a project at their destination.

WE MEET (ON ZOOM!) EVERY TUESDAY EVENING. JOIN US

Come and Meet us!


Our Club currently meets every Tuesday night at 7pm at Manly Leagues Club, Brookvale.

Phone or message  Liz on     0419 267 960 for a chat.

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