Join Rotary. Have fun. Help the World.
Come and enjoy a free meal with us!
We offer prospective members a complimentary meal on their first visit. We meet on Wednesdays at 6.30pm at Conochie Hall, 2 Rochester Road, Canterbury.
Please contact us on 0411 556 561 or email@example.com to let us know you're coming.
Benefits of membership
Membership in a Rotary Club has a number of benefits, including opportunities to:
- Help people, in particular for the disadvantaged, the poor, the sick and the elderly.
- Develop friendships with other members.
- Have fun at social events.
- Develop a business/professional network.
- Improve your leadership skills.
- Have an impact on international humanitarian issues.
Rotary clubs have a significant effect on the quality of life in their community. Programs of The Rotary Foundation offer opportunities to form international partnerships that help people in need worldwide.
Messages from happy members
“I’m an owner of a mortgage broking business and I joined Rotary because I was interested in being involved in a community based organization to hopefully utilise my skill set to see if I can help make a difference to the world we live in.” — Patrick Docherty (Member Since November 2010)
“I’m a travel agent and I joined the Rotary Club of Camberwell because I believe in giving. The more I can give, the better communities will be formed around us, and Rotary is exactly the vehicle to do that. I also enjoy the warm welcome and friendliness of the members, which is part of a huge international family.” — Marcus Falay (Member since August 2009)
"I'm a Civil Engineer working on the construction of major projects and I joined the Rotary Club of Camberwell because I enjoy giving something back' and getting involved in the 'hands on' work Rotary does, both locally and globally. I get to also meet so many amazing people, both at the Club and through our diverse projects; and Rotary is changing with the times and becoming more inclusive and flexible." — Justine Paragreen (Member since June 2010)
"I joined Camberwell Rotary because I wanted to be part of a reputable organisation whose main goal is to help the less fortunate in our community. I was also keen to be involved in their annual Art Show. The surprise factor was the stimulating speakers that formed part of the weekly meetings. What I enjoyed the most is that I got a different perspective from a broad range of subjects. I've also had the opportunity to be directly involved in a number of community projects and activities." — Fabienne Nichola (Member since April 2008)
"I’m an electrician and electrical contractor who joined The Rotary Club of Camberwell because they seemed to be a caring, fun loving and thoughtful bunch. Turns out what they seemed to be they are; thoughtful, fun loving, and caring. It’s great to meet these people every week and to be part of their many projects." — Steve Clarke (Member since June 2012)