Welcome to the Rotary Club of Essendon

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We meet In Person
Tuesdays at 6:45 PM
Windy Hill Function Room
cnr Napier & Brewster Streets
Essendon, VIC 3040
*************************** ONLY 2 MEETINGS per MONTH **************************** 1st Tuesday of the month 6:45 PM & 3rd Tuesday of Month 6:45 PM
The Rotary Club of Essendon's  delegation to Myanmar this month has once again delivered vital equipment in the form of a specialised liver ultrasound scanner and supplies, which are vital for management of patients with chronic liver disease and was greatly appreciated by all the staff.
The Myanmar Liver Foundation at Than Sitt Charity Clinic sees around 1,500 patients in a year and of these 800 or so need medical imaging. This ultrasound is mobile and will greatly facilitate their workload.
The Rotary Club of Essendon has annual visits to Myanmar for over 12 years with the supply of medical equipment to hospitals,  provision of oxygen concentrators during the Covid pandemic, food supplies to orphanages, construction of a raised road from one of the orphanages to allow children to attend school when flooded, as well as many other projects. Our most recent endevour is to support and protect children being abused in the illicit body organ trade with the help of a local charity
Step-In Step-Up in Yangon.
If you are interested in helping the people of Myanmar please contact us via  secretary@rce.org.au 
or better still come to one of our meetings at Windy Hill, as advertised on our webpage.
The River Walk around Maribyrnong River on 24th October raised necessary funds for the Rotary Club of Essendon's Project of providing an incinerator and dental chair to the Ruben Clinic in Kenya.
We praise the boys from St Bernard's College who contributed to its success.
Upcoming Events
   Marvellous Raffle
Enter $11 raffle to win a 5 day accomodation package for two
 on beautiful Taveuni Island, Fiji
(flights not included)
Proceeds of the raffle support 
 the Rotary Club of Essendon's community projects.


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