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The Rotary Club of Norwest Sunrise is a passionate and active group of community minded local business people committed to making a difference.

As well as conducting Rotary business, we get a lot a lot of value from our friendships. There is a great feeling of camaraderie – we are like one big family! Our members are a healthy mix of both men and women from various industries and professions. All of us still work and are active in the community, so if you have an image that Rotary is made up of elderly, silver haired gentlemen, put it to the back of your mind and let us surprise you!

We love having visitors and showcasing what we do for the local community and overseas, and over the past few months have increased our membership. As a club, we are always looking to make a positive difference both locally and across the globe through fundraising, service and connection with our local community. We have some exciting projects we are working on, so come and visit to learn more and let us know if being involved interests you.

Latest Club Activites

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Nine years ago today, Krissie Webb was named the Australian Rotaractor of the Year, in recognition of her work on numerous community projects and leading the Splash for Cash swimathon series for NextSense (formerly Royal Institute for Deaf & Blind Children).

Fast forward to today, and Krissie loves being a Rotarian at Norwest Sunrise and now mentoring our local Rotaractors at Hills Rotaract Club, Inc.

Rotary and Rotaract open up so many wonderful opportunities to make a difference in the community. If you want to know how - ask us!

#ServiceAboveSelf #NorwestSunriseRotary #HillsRotaract #ProudRotarian #MakingADifference
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Nine years ago today, Krissie Webb was named the Australian Rotaractor of the Year, in recognition of her work on numerous community projects and leading the Splash for Cash swimathon series for NextSense (formerly Royal Institute for Deaf & Blind Children).

Fast forward to today, and Krissie loves being a Rotarian at Norwest Sunrise and now mentoring our local Rotaractors at Hills Rotaract Club, Inc.

Rotary and Rotaract open up so many wonderful opportunities to make a difference in the community. If you want to know how - ask us!

#ServiceAboveSelf #NorwestSunriseRotary #HillsRotaract #ProudRotarian #MakingADifferenceImage attachment

It’s always hard being the first cab off the rank. As the first group invited to run a BBQ at Castle Bunnings following the lifting of restrictions we were hoping for crowds! Sadly they must have been at the beach but over $650 was raised and the sausages we didn’t need were donated to StreetMed to help with their food service to the homeless. A great effort all round #serviceaboveself ... See MoreSee Less

ROLL UP ROLL UP! The Bunning’s BBQ is firing up and we will be in action at Castle Hill Bunnings until 4pm today. Make your Saturday even better with a COVID-Safe Rotary snag 😷 ... See MoreSee Less

ROLL UP ROLL UP! The Bunning’s BBQ is firing up and we will be in action at Castle Hill Bunnings until 4pm today. Make your Saturday even better with a COVID-Safe Rotary snag 😷

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Great work everyone

It was a hats on kind of day at our Rotary meeting this morning when the fabulous Karenza and Madeleine from Hills Rotaract Club, Inc spoke to us about what the club has been doing during Mental Health Month, including completing a Mental Health First Aid course.

The club’s award-winning Share the Dignity project collected 212 bags and 6000 items last year. They have now created an online store for donations this year.

SHOP NOW: hillsrotaractclub.square.site/

Their energy and dedication to making a difference is wonderful to see. If you know a young person, 18+, looking for a club to join, this is an amazing group.

#HillsRotaract
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Thank you for providing a platform for Karenza De Leon and myself to share what Hills Rotaract Club, Inc is engaged with for mental health awareness and Share the Dignity 😊 We really appreciate the ongoing support of Norwest Sunrise Rotarians and look forward to collaborating more! ✨

We are back!!!
This Saturday 16th October at Bunnings Castle Hills come and support a local club. The money we raise is to support our own community.
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We are back!!!
This Saturday 16th October at Bunnings Castle Hills come and support a local club. The money we raise is to support our own community.

This morning members of three Rotary clubs including our club helped to load a container containing face mask and hospital equipment for Vietnam.
The containers for Vietnam are funded with the assistance of Carlingford Rotary Club and the Aust Vietnam Charity Foundation.
Special thanks to:
Chas Child from Epping Rotary Club
Alan Grady from Norwest Sunrise Rotary
Richard Bell Concord Rotary Club
#Servetochangelives
#Rotarians
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This morning members of three Rotary clubs including our club helped to load a container containing face mask and hospital equipment for Vietnam. 
The containers for Vietnam are funded with the assistance of Carlingford Rotary Club and the Aust Vietnam Charity Foundation. 
Special thanks to:
Chas Child from Epping Rotary Club
Alan Grady from Norwest Sunrise Rotary 
Richard Bell Concord Rotary Club
#Servetochangelives
#Rotarians

Following the latest NSW health advice and guidelines we are gearing up to present our RYLA 2022 program! Applications are OPEN NOW! Share the love, spread the word and don’t miss this ONCE in a lifetime opportunity!
Jump onto www.d9685ryla.org.au/ for all the details and to lodge your application today!

No sponsoring Rotary Club?! No problem! We can take care of that for you ✅ we look forward to seeing you in 2022!

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Love seeing all the practical tips Hills Rotaract Club, Inc are sharing each day in honour of Mental Health Month.

Give them a follow and see all their wonderful ideas!

#Volunteering #Rotaract #HillsRotaract
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