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Youth Suicide Awareness - Latest

Suicide is the leading cause of death among young Australians and has a devastating impact on families and communities. The Youth Suicide Awareness Project is addressing the alarming statistics through programs designed to increase adults' perceived competence and confidence in responding to at-risk young people, and improve the likelihood of them seeking help. 


Why Join Rotary


Rotary Empowering Girls


This initiative focuses on the empowerment of girls through club and district events and service activities, as well as through RI-sponsored events such as the Rotary International Convention, Rotary Day at the United Nations, presidential conferences, and Rotary Days of Service.


End Trachoma Project

Members and Friends of Rotary Brighton North recently completed a Project making toiletry kits for schoolchildren in the Northern Territory as part of the EndTrachoma Project. 

Funding was provided by our Club and The Rotary Foundation


The Brighton North Story

The Rotary Club of Brighton North was sponsored by the Rotary Club of Brighton and chartered on 29th March 1985. The Club is very active and engages in all aspects of Rotary service.


Youth Suicide Awareness

Suicide is the last taboo


Weekly Dinners

Robin Grow, on Art Deco Architecture

Date: Thursday Feb 3, 2022, 6:00 pm

Robin Grow, on Art Deco Architecture

One of Melbourne's most prominent Art Deco architects

Robin Grow is the president of the Art Deco and Modernism Society of Australia, part of an international society with over 750 members. Mr Grow is passionate about the preservation of Inter-war buildings and has a special interest in researching and documenting the architecture and designers of that period in Victoria.

He has written and presented extensively on the era and is the author of a new book on the Art Deco style in Melbourne.

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Community Garden (at St Stephens) Joint Meeting with R.C. Beaumaris

Date: Thursday Feb 24, 2022, 6:00 pm

Join Diner-Meeting to Celebrate the Community Garden (at St. Stephen's)

A Joint Meeting with R.C. Beaumaris, our Partner Rotary Club on this project

This Joint Diner-Meeting of our two Rotary clubs will celebrate the Garden's establishment & review its progress.

About 5 years ago, and while still a R.C. Brighton North member, Richard Potter steered the "Community Garden Project" at St. Stephen's church as a joint-venture with the Rotary Club of Beaumaris.  It was officially opened by the Mayor of Bayside, together with other local dignitaries.

This successful local project received some initial funding with a grant from Rotary Foundation. 

At the time, what was initially fallow ground at the rear of the church, transformed from a constant mowing-task, into a garden. 

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