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Kenya Farming Project

Father Jason Micheni gave us an update on progress with the Kenya Farming and Village Project.

The details are contained in the links below. Click on the links for more information.




Holmesglen Foundation

The Rotary Club of Glen Waverley has initiated a programme of financial support to the Holmesglen Institute of TAFE at the Waverley campus that will enable scholarships to be awarded to students in financial need over the years 2019-2020.


Quilt Show to Support Local Women's Group

The local paper picked up the story! RCGW were to run a quilt show. The proceeds were to go 'Women Building Bridges': a local group who help newly-arrived and refugee women to integrate into Australian society. They sent along a photographer and the story made the press. This was wonderful for boosting attendance.


Youth Exchange in Triplicate

Some 20 years ago, Rotarians in Glen Waverley were delighted to host Tammy, a Youth Exchange girl from the United States. Now she a is a mature woman with two rapscallions.


'Make Every Child Count' (MECC) Cambodia

Dr Gan of the Rotary Club of Glen Waverley therefore founded the Make Every Child Count Foundation (MECC) to deliver the humanitarian aid, which is so urgently required.

The concept of MECC is now being taken up by other Rotary Clubs in this remote and disadvantaged area.


Rotary Strategic Projects

We are also actively involved in these Rotary Strategic Projects: Polio Eradication, Rotary Oceania Medical Aid for Children (ROMAC), Interplast, Art Building Children’s Dreams (ABCD)


The Chris Dalwood Memorial Award (Kenya)

Such events were unique in this remote Kenyan village, near the equator. It was a bittersweet moment that had been born of one man’s determination that tragedy would have a happy ending.


ANZAC Essay Competition for Local Schools

RCGW worked with local schools to promote an essay competition to celebrate 2015 as the centenary of the Gallipolli Landings.


Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA)

The Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) is a week-long residential personal development program for young people aged 18 to 25, which focuses on yourself, leadership and community. The Rotary Club of Glen Waverley are strong supporters of this initiative and, each year, sponsor local young people to take part.


Mt Kenya Schools Support Programme

For Chris Ellard, Africa is a magical place. A keen photographer, he had gone there on a safari (of the camera variety).It is a place with a strong spiritual presence.It is a place to fall in love with.And so he came to Kihato under the shadow of Mount Kenya. The mountain itself was a photographer's dream.


Latest News

Safer Communities in Monash

On 10 February 2020 the Rotary Club of Glen Waverley and Victoria Police Glen Waverley launched the Residential Information Kit. The kit is designed to give residents in Monash a quick easy guide to some of the issues facing us in our everyday lives.

The useful Kits are available, free of charge, from Police Stations in the Monash area.


Mental Health First Aid

A new Mental Health initiative has been launched in conjunction with the City of Monash.


A Little Ray of Giving

On Wednesday 18 December members of the Rotary Club Glen Waverley met at Ray White Real Estate in Glen Waverley to help with the distribution of Christmas presents to those in need. This is a wonderful gift initiative by the Ray White branches in both Glen Waverley and Mt Waverley.

Each year we gift wrap presents for children who come from disadvantaged homes in the area.

This year the presents were donated to the Community Information Services in Oakleigh and Mt Waverley.

President's Message

Welcome to the Rotary Club of Glen Waverley




Monday 6.00 for 6.30pm 


Village Green Hotel (Cabaret Room) cnr Springvale/Ferntree Gully Rds, Mulgrave (Mel: 71 B9) 


Rotary Meetings

Date: Monday Mar 30, 2020, 6:30 pm

In view of the current COVID19 crisis, all Rotary Meetings at the Village Green have been postponed until at least the end of April 2020.

Communications and video linkages are however continuing via the ZOOM protocol.

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