About The Rotary Club of Plimmerton
Our year runs from 1 July to 30 June, which is a little different. Each 1 July we choose a new President and Board so everyone in the Club has an opportunity to grow by taking a leadership role. You can contact us here to get in touch with any member of the club.
We meet at a beautiful venue. You can find a gallery of photos covering our projects, meetings and other events here and you can find additional photos compiled by one of our members, Graham Craig here.
Associated with, but independent from, Rotary is Inner Wheel. This is the largest women’s voluntary service
What is Rotary?
Rotary is a global network of community volunteers. Rotary club members are local men and women who meet regularly to plan and implement community service activities and network with like-minded people. The main object of Rotary is service – in the community, in the
We use our individual and combined skills to help others and to run a working and fun club. Our club members work in many areas. If you want to read more about some of the things we do, you can click on those items shown in blue below:
Club Services - We have fun and share fellowship
Communications – We support all the activities in the club and keep the community informed
Community Projects - We get involved in our community
Te Ara Piko Pathway
Annual Book Fair
Salvation Army Food Bank and Toot4Tucker
Keeping the Pauatahanui Inlet beautiful
Developing and managing fund-raising projects that will enable us to support community and international projects
International - We support global causes
Youth - We share time and experience with young people
Children’s Christmas Party
Grant a Wish
Mock interviews for Year 11 students at Aotea College
Speech contest for Porirua Primary Schools
Sponsoring students to the Rotary Youth Programme of Enrichment
Sponsoring young people to the Rotary Youth Leadership Award Programme
Sponsoring year 11 and 12 students to the Rotary Youth National Science and Technology Forum