The Rotary Club of Mosman held its annual Changeover dinner on Friday evening, June 25th and at the same time celebrated its 60th anniversary. MC for the night was Past President Di McKenzie, with introductory Rotary toasts performed by Ruth Thompson and Past President Dominique Rabu. On behalf of District […]

Following an approach from our contacts in Vietnam, Danny Low initiated a program to ship new (surplus to requirement) KN95 face masks from Sydney to Vietnam. The face masks are available free thanks to the Medical Repurposing Network which is a project of the Rotary Club of Sydney Cove. Our […]

This recent publication celebrates 100 Years of Rotary in Australia, New Zealand and surrounding islands and has some wonderful stories of Rotarians and their projects. Interplast was formed as a partnership between the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and Rotary to operate on disadvantaged children with facial disfigurations in the […]

Mosman Rotary Club has decided to sponsor a child seat in conjunction with the Play for All Australia’s program “Play it Forward”. Here is an extract from the Council’s announcement: The Mosman Council and Mosman Chamber of Commerce partnership with social enterprise Play For All Australia will replace low-back infant […]

Model United Nations Assembly (MUNA) is a Rotary District project designed to create an awareness of the role of the United Nations in mediating international issues. The purpose of MUNA is to encourage young people to learn about other nations and to understand and appreciate the workings of the United […]

Our Club has a long-standing history supporting projects in Timor Leste (including support for the RYLA and RYPEN leadership training programs) and prior to COVID-19 we had a number of initiatives in the pipeline which unfortunately are on hold until travel can resume. So when recently the RYLA alumni reached […]

Emily Rice was our candidate for a Rotary District 9685 Global Grant Scholarship. She won a Scholarship for US$30,000 to study for her Masters in International Affairs, with a specialization in International Conflict Resolution at Columbia University. She will commence her studies this August. She is currently working at an NGO […]

Mosman Rotary club is a proud sponsor of Mosman Youth Awards in Literature organized by Mosman Arts Gallery. This years presentation was held at the Mosman Art Gallery last Friday night and the feedback from the six of our members who attended was that the quality of the art (in […]

Last Tuesday we had a very interesting presentation from Denise Ward on the Crows Nest Dementia Café, a program supported by 4 Rotary Clubs. Here are two links which readers may wish to access to learn more about this topic – both are free courses from University of Tasmania being […]

Incoming Rotary International President Shekhar Mehta has urged members to become more involved in service projects, saying that caring for and serving others is the best way to live because it changes not only other people’s lives, but also our own. Mehta participated in initiatives that brought artificial limbs to […]

A JIGSAW PUZZLE FOR MOSMAN.. THEN AND NOW The ROTARY CLUB of MOSMAN has designed and produced the MOSMAN JIGSAW PUZZLE.  Manufactured by HOLDSON , a company experienced in Jigsaws for 80 years, this 1,000 piece, double sided puzzle, (690mm x 495mm in finished size), has contemporary images of Mosman […]

Rotary offers two RYPEN Camps at two different venues.  We now have the best of both worlds – a camp at the Narrabeen Sydney Academy of Sport & Recreation in summer, and a camp in the beautiful Blue Gum Lodge in Springwood in winter.   During an intensive residential weekend, […]

Rotary Club of Mosman has recently renovated the space around the well and manages coin donation received there. The funds collected from the Wishing Well  go to the Melanoma Institute for cancer research.   You can also donate by scanning the QR code below :  

By: Charlie Barnett, Project Manager On 3 January I received a photograph of a property completely destroyed by fire, just one of far too many homes, equipment sheds and crops lost in the recent summer ‘fire season’. Rotary Clubs and districts around Australia provided cash assistance to Clubs in affected […]

The Rotary Club of Mosman donated $2000 to Mosman Community Gardens which enabled them to purchase 8 plastic IBCs (intermediate bulk containers) to be converted into 16 wicking beds. The old beds are made of wooden boards and eventually rot. Also, a wicking bed allows for easier and more efficient […]

LIke every previous year, Rotary Club of Mosman is selling raffle tickets to raise funds for a worthy cause. All of the proceeds from this years raffle will go to Manly Warringah Women’s Resource Centre which has 2 refuges in the North Shore and Northern Beaches areas plus a pop […]

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By: Charlie Barnett. The club is  pleased to partner with Books in Homes in our endeavour to help the children of the bushfire affected schools in the Upper Macleay Valley schools of Bellbrook and Willawarrin to restock their home libraries with books lost in the fires. Message from Books in […]

By: Seymour. From time to time I supply the Taronga Zoo Animal Hospital, and Vets with unwanted bed linen and towels which are in clean, untasseled and untorn condition. They can include, doonah covers, blankets, sheets, bath and tea towels. I am now on the hustings to collect further supplies. […]

In August 2020, Rotary Club of Mosman made a donation of $500 to the 3rd Mosman Bay Scout Group. The club received following note from the Scouts : ‘Just to let you know we used your donation this week to run a special end of year activity. We took 13 […]

James has been busy collecting the $100 contributions to the foundation. It may seem a small contribution to the foundation’s work but it is vital to support the flow of funds from the foundation to our club in support of projects we initiate. This year we have already received a […]

Mosman Rotary Club and the district have approved a funding of $6,000 to Books in Home for providing school books to deserving students of Plunkett Street Public School. Books in Homes® is a charitable foundation that provides books-of-choice to children living in remote, disadvantaged and low socio-economic circumstances, ensuring crucial […]

We have been a long term supporter of the community garden at Mackie Lane, Mosman. This year we have contributed $2000 to assist in converting existing beds into longer term wicking beds. In addition to providing funds our members will be assisting in the conversion work.

Every year our club sponsors two 16-17 year old students to come to Australia for a year. The restrictions caused by the Covid 19 virus pandemic has curtailed the program. However for the first 6 months of this year we continue to sponsor Leopoldo Blasczyk  from Paranavai, Brazil. The image shows […]

Rotary is an international organisation that brings together leaders who step up to take on the world’s toughest challenges, locally and globally. This work is supported by its major charity, The Rotary Foundation. In 1985, Rotary International initiated the huge task of eradicating polio throughout the world, not only in […]

Over the years our club has sourced wheelchairs from the organisation and donated them to disabled children in Asia. Each wheelchair is fully adjustable and designed for rugged conditions. They make a huge difference not only to the child but to their families and communities.  The chairs are produced in […]

For over 20 years our club has been sponsoring the work of teams of hand surgeons and associated medical practitioners in Vietnam and Myanmar. The late Prof Conolly and his successor Dr Peter Scougall have been holding clinical and training sessions once or twice a year as well as donating appropriate equipment […]

Our club has established a relationship with Harding Miller by donating $10,000 in 2019-20. Further donations will be considered for future years. The Foundation’s mission is to provide practical support to lift the educational outcomes and career aspirations of high potential girls who are experiencing disadvantage. Across Australia, public schools […]

The Rotary Club of Mosman is taking a leadership role to encourage its members and the community to reduce their carbon footprint. The project asks Rotarians and the community to make simple changes in their lives that will reduce their impact on the climate. It has developed a carbon calculator […]

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