The members of Parkwood Rotary are a committed group of individuals and have helped our local community as well as internationally since 1993. Through our fundraising efforts and work skills we have improved the lives of many in Health, Education, Humanity and Compassion. Our major fundraiser is the GC100 a Charity Cycle Event held annually in April go to to find out more.

Listed below is a few more of the many projects Parkwood Rotary has undertaken in the past. 

Doing good in the world is what we are about as well as making new friends and enjoying the company of each other. Come and join us and see what a dynamic progressive club we are and join in the fun! 

  • Bravehearts

New headquarters for Bravehearts, an organisation created to stop child sexual assault . Honorary member David and Wil Rolle were instrumental in the construction of the new premises for Bravehearts in Arundel.

  •  The Bald and Beautiful Foundation
    A group of like minded people who recognise the need for helping adults with cancer. The Bald and Beautiful event, a pamper day for cancer sufferers and their carers was organised and run by member Mark and Jan kent for 3 years.  


·         Charity Bike Event
A major fund raising event held in September. Funds raised are distributed to various local charities such as Rosies (Friends on the streets), State wide- Cancer Council Qld and MND Qld (Motor Neurone Disease) internationally  Rotary projects such as ROMAC (Rotary Oceania Medical Aid for Children) and RAWCS projects (Rotary Australia World Community Service) Philippines Farmer Family Support


  • Flood Appeal 

        $18,000 was raised for a Mattress fund for the Queensland
        flood victims and 30 mattresses supplied to flood-hit folk in Theodore and 66 to the Lochyer Valley

  • Medical Eye and Dentistry Mission to Indonesia 2012
Hilli Raeburn along with previous member Charmaine White went on a medical mission to Indonesia. Hilli travelled to rural Thailand with 42 Rotarians from all over the world,  mostly doctors, dentists and medically trained people. In one village clinic, 838 pairs of glasses were made, and people lined up all day for treatment. Dental services were also a priority.

 Thank you so much for your continued support of The School of St Jude through your sponsorship of Mr Seraphine Benedict  Lyimo! As Mr Lyimo's generous sponsor, we hope that you've enjoyed hearing directly from our students just how much your contribution is appreciated. Your sponsorship of  Mr Lyimo, who is Deputy Head and teacher of Form 2 History at our Usa River Secondary campus, supports both his fellow St Jude's teachers and Mr Lyimo as they work hard to educate Tanzania's future leaders. Life at The School of St Jude is continuing to thrive; we now educate nearly 1,500 students spread across three amazing schools, two boarding campuses and employ over 340 local Tanzanian staff.  All this would not be possible without the enormous contribution and generosity of supporters like you!  Thank you again for your incredible ongoing support of Mr Lyimo, and ultimately for standing with us in our Fight against Poverty!
Kind regards Julie

Julie Luxton
Sponsor Relations Coordinator
The School of St Jude
Fighting Poverty through Education
 ·        Yacht for Sailability

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A new yacht w purchased and donated to the Sailability club for the disabled, for more information view

·      Medical Mission to Kenya

            Charmaine a dentist and previous member of our club volunteered and was part of the medical mission to Kenya.

 Over the years our club has donated several thousands of dollars to the Polio Plus fund


  • Arundel Primary School

    New shade sails and landscaping
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