What We Do

We channel our commitment to service at home and abroad.  We raise funds by a variety of means used to support local groups such as:


  • State Emergency Services (SES)

  • Scouts and Rovers

  • The McIntyre Centre

  • Kenmore Girl Guides

  • Men's Shed West

  • EWaste Connection

  • Australia Day Ceremony

  • Anzac Day Kenmore Village Ceremony

  • Rural Fire Brigade (Brookfield)

  • School Chaplaincy Program


and Rotary Programs: 

  • The Rotary Foundation through its World Fund makes available funds on a matching basis for activities such as humanitarian projects, scholarships and vocational training. For further information <click here>

  • PolioPlus: The leading international program to eradicate polio from the world

  • Pride of Workmanship Awards: The Pride of Workmanship Program enables managers in our society to help employees achieve the goal of job satisfaction, and publicly recognize them for their efforts.

  • Interact: Provision of advice and counselling in the establishment of Interact Clubs at local schools and colleges. The Club has been responsible for the formation of a club at Brigidine College, Indooroopilly

  • Rotary Junior Community Awards: A program from primary school Children to establish an understanding of Community Service

  • National Youth Science Forum: This program reinforces an interest in sciences for year 11 students by facilitating their attendance at the annual Science Forum held in a Capital City each January. For further information <click here>

  • Rotary Youth Leadership Awards: Provides young adults between the ages of 18 and 26 years with lessons in life and leadership skills

  • Rotary Youth Program of Enrichment: Provides students between the ages of 14 to 17 years with the opportunity to develop their leadership potential

  • Youth Exchange Program: Provides students completing year 12 to travel overseas and benefit from both education and fellowship in a foreign country for a period of 12 months. For further information <click here>

  • Rotary Youth  Driver Awareness (RYDA): A Rotary initiative on road safety education targeted at year 11 students. The aim of the program is to reduce the death and injury amongst young people on Australian Roads. For access to the Road Safety Education newsletter <click here>