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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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A minute’s silence was held at the start of this morning’s meeting to acknowledge the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini who had been picked up by Iranian morality police for her allegedly loose headscarf. It was also a silence to support the courage of the people in Iran and worldwide protesting about the treatment of women.
Courage was the word of the day when we heard from our 12-year-old guest speaker Luce about the quest to be themself on their non-binary journey.
Luce’s family were welcomed warmly as was Ezra our former Youth Exchange student and dad with huge congratulations to Ezra for multiple graduation honours and a first in Japanese!
We learnt a lot from these two young people who just “want to be themselves”.
We were missing a lot of regular faces today but it was great to see all the connections in the room.
Our club meets every Friday morning at 7am at Hills Shire Cafe at the council building 3, Columbia Court. Visitors are always welcome.
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How wonderful. DEI is the key. Well done Rotary Norwest.

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Well done Norwest Sunrise Rotary Club

2 weeks ago
Norwest Sunrise Rotary Club

A great time to clean up, collaborate and connect. We love joint projects with the amazingly energetic and enthusiastic members of the Hills Rotaract Club, Inc. it was great having our District Governor Mina join us for World Clean Up Day.
Rotary District 9685
#rotarynorwest #norwestrotary #ServiceAboveSelf
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In the beautiful Cumberland State Forest at West Pennant Hills with DG Mina on the hunt for rubbish as part of our club’s commitment to the environment. ... See MoreSee Less

In the beautiful Cumberland State Forest at West Pennant Hills with DG Mina on the hunt for rubbish as part of our club’s commitment to the environment.

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Go go...... love your beautiful faces and community service! God bless you all🙏🆗️

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What a wonderful meeting this morning. We laughed, we cried, we said goodbye and we made a commitment to change lives through the Helping Hands program.
Our wonderful guest speaker Kevin Figueiredo spoke about how the Helping Hands program brings people together to make lightweight artificial hands for people in developing countries and How that act changes the life of the person receiving the hand but also the people who made it.
“It’s intent is to provide a hand but also create a connection,” he said.
Our club will be organising a community event to make the hands which cost $450. Watch this Page to find out more.
We also presented Madeline from Hills Rotaract Club, Inc with a $500 donation for their Share the Dignity drive to provide women in shelters with much needed toiletries.
And then we said goodbye to our visiting Rotarian from Bangalore, George who has been part of our club for the past 6 months. We look forward to meeting over Zoom.
Visitors are always welcome. We meet on Friday mornings at 7am for 7.20am at the Hills Shire Cafe at the Hills Council building 3 Columbia Court Norwest. #RotaryNorwest #NorwestRotary #ServiceAboveSelf
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Thank you so much again for your generous donation to our Share the Dignity project! 😊

Me too Bev Jordan. So great full to be part of Norwest Sunrise Rotary Club to giving us a chance to hear about lots and lots of great organisations like Helping hand & even better to get involved 👍🙏👏

I was in tears over the Helping Hands presentation. Can’t wait to get involved

What a beautiful morning, meaningful and purposeful ❤️

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