RYEA- Rotary Youth Exchange Australia
Rotary Youth Exchange Australia provides an opportunity of a lifetime for Australian high school students to live & study abroad.
You’ll spend up to 12 months living and studying in a foreign country, learning a lot about yourself and the culture of your adopted host families.
For more information visit: http://www.ryea.org.au/
Currently our club is supporting: Kirilly P. who is in Germany for 2019
Click HERE for more Photos from RYEA student abroad.
RYDA – Rotary Youth Driver Awareness
Students from local high schools participate in a full day of activities and learn from an impressive range of speakers who cover topics relevant to young people about to embark on a journey of car ownership and road use.
Our thanks go to the members of the four clubs, Modbury, Tea Tree Gully, Makin Edge & Golden Grove, who have been involved for sometime organising the events & also to those who help on the day.
EMIB – Emergency Medical Information Book
A community service project by Rotary, Lions Club and St John Ambulance Service.
The ‘Emergency Medical Information Book’ contains all your information and medical records which are needed if or when an ambulance is called and you need to be transported to a hospital. https://emib.org.au
RYLA – Rotary Youth Leadership Awards
Rotary’s leadership training program for young people. RYLA participants can be ages 18-25. Our young RYLA students spend a week at camp particpation. RYLA emphasizes leadership, citizenship and personal growth.
Shelter Box Australia is raising funds to provide shelter and clean water to victims of disasters.
ShelterBox was one of the first aid organizations to reach victims of the Queensland flood Japan Earthquake providing assistance to the hundreds of thousands left homeless after the earthquake. https://www.shelterboxaustralia.org.au/
NYSF – The National Youth Science Forum
A twelve day program for students moving into Year 12 who are thinking about a career in science, engineering and technology. The forum is fully residential and takes place in January at the Australian National University. Each year our club supports one or two successful students. https://www.nysf.edu.au/
Currently we have Sara who will be attending the NYSF forum in January 2021
Pathway Community Centre
Each year our club sponsors a number of Christmas hampers that are distributed to local families and also families in the north of the state. Our members are also happy to assist with the packing of the hampers.
The Tea Table – Clovercrest Baptist Church
Once each month our members serve the meals and then do the clean up. Our involvement assists the coordinator to keep the roster running smoothly.
ROMAC – Rotary Oceania Medical Aid for Children
Edi and his mother, Sri, were looked after by Club members during their stay in Adelaide. https://www.romac.org.au/
Rotary Water & Sanitation Project – Nepal
The project was co-ordinated by the RC of Dhulikhel, Nepal.
Teddy Love Club Walkathon
Our Club annually supports the Teddy Love Club Walkathon by cooking the sausage sizzle for the registered walkers. All proceeds from the sausage sizzle go to the Teddy Love Club at this, their major fundraising event.
RYPEN – Rotary Youth Program of Enrichment
A leadership program designed for 14-18 year olds. This program is a weekend residential run by Rotary leaders/trainers and RYPEN past participants.
Our club supports this event every year.
Christmas Party for Special Children
Each year the Rotary Club of Golden Grove sponsors a child to attend this wonderful Christmas event.
This event is run in conjunction with The Salvation Army and is supported by a number of sponsoring media companies to provide a Christmas Party for children with a variety of special needs.
The Adelaide Christmas Party for Special Children commenced in 1994 and during the ensuing years in excess of 29,000 special needs children have had the opportunity to partake in a truly wonderful experience.
The Golden Way – Clean Up
The Rotary Club of Golden Grove has ‘adopted’ a section of The Golden Way – from Macintyre Road to The Grove Way and several times each year we conduct a clean up of this area.
Golden Haze Project
As a joint project with the Rotary Clubs of Modbury & Tea Tree Gully our Club supported Jade Lewis’ book Golden Haze. As a result of joint contributions, ‘class sets’ of the book were purchased and donated to local high schools to educate the students about saying NO to drugs.
This joint project was awarded Rotary International District 9500’s trophy 2008/9 for the Most Innovative Project.
Clean Up Australia Day
Clean up Australia day is on Sunday March 3rd. Over the last 5 years Rotary has cleaned up Baymor Reserve and sometimes spilled across the road to parks along the creek on Kelly Road. We meet at the carpark on North East Road at 10.00am wearing Rotary shirts and strong footwear and usually in less than an hour the area is looking very clean. Please come and help.
Wishing Wells Available for Loan
Our club has 2x Wishing Wells Available for Loan to any Fundraising/ Charity Group. Please email the club to Book your Term.