Other Significant Club Projects

Disaster Aid 

An Australian Rotary club project delivering humanitarian aid to people around the world affected by disasters (either natural or man-made) on behalf of Australians.


Contact: PP George Lockwood Youngtown

PP Ted Burton Youngtown


Safe Water/Safe Sanitation

A program to supply clean water and safe sanitation to people in developing countries.

Contact: Rtn. Diana Butler South Launceston


Second Bite

Second bite identifies sources of nutritious surplus fresh food and produce that would otherwise go to waste and facilitates its safe and timely distribution to agencies and people in need.


Contact: PP Charles Cook Sandy Bay


Shelter Box

Shelter Box responds instantly to natural and man-made disasters by delivering boxes of aid to those who are most in need. Each box supplies an extended family of up to ten people with a tent and essential equipment to use while they are displaced or homeless.


Contact: PP Bill Dobson Launceston


Street Swags

A bag with room for extra belongings, the street swag is made from super lightweight waterproof canvas with a high density foam mattress. If offers users warmth, comfort and protection from the weather.

Designed for those living on the streets, its discrete appearance and camouflage colours offer some safety for those who need to be invisible, as well as some protection for their personal items.


Contact: PP Les Grant South Launceston


White Ribbon

Tasmanian men and women, workplaces, schools, women’s services, clubs and government departments are leading community initiatives to end men’s violence against women.


Contact: PDG Gerard Blizzard Smithton