Thank You!!!! – Ray White Salisbury

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Thank you to the staff and client community at Ray White Golden Grove – Greenwith – Salisbury for their support of the 2017 Free Christmas Lunch. We are now booked out and have presents for all the young people in attendance.

Thanks to Ray White Salisbury for their long-term support donating give to spread to this Christmas.

Massive thanks also to President Joshua Lay and Charter President Christopher for collecting and delivering the donations for us.

Free Christmas Lunch 2017

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Each year since our club’s inception, we have helped organise a free community Christmas Day lunch for those who may not have anywhere to go on the day. It’s an event that is close to my heart and we have been fortunate enough to see the joy it brings to each of the event’s attendees.

If you or someone you know need somewhere to go and not be alone on a day when celebrations are happening all around, check out this FREE event and dine with your community.

As part of the event each child also receives a present on the day and these presents are kindly donated. If you wish to contribute to the day and donate a present please contact us 🙂 Your gift will be gratefully received.




Salisbury City Rotaract Stands with the LGBT+ Community

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Salisbury City Rotaract Club Inc. has always strived to be an all-inclusive club and take great pride in our members and their diversity not just in our club but in the wider community. No matter where you are from, who you are or what you identify as you will be welcome and be treated equally. Each member of our club brings their own unique life experiences, this enriches our club and has enabled its success.

Our future as a club is one who strives to echo the message of “Making a Difference”. In society, we see there are dividing factors amongst the wider community, we choose to look past this and wish to make it clear that we are in the mindset of metaphorically building bridges rather than walls.

This is why we as a club choose to publicly support and stand with the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT+) Community. This statement supports our mission to “promote better relationships with all people worldwide through a framework of friendship and service” and “Come as you are” being part of our key motto.

As a community organisation and as young leaders is it up to us to play a role in helping make effective change and our statement of acceptance is just one small way that we hope to help bring about this.

For those of you who may be facing discrimination or struggling to figure out who you may be, we want you to know that you are not alone and that you have our support.

– The Team @ Salisbury City Rotaract Club Inc.

2017 Salisbury Australia Day Family Picnic

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The Rotary Club of Salisbury, SA is hosting “The 2017 Titanium Security Salisbury Australia Day Family Picnic” we invite you to come along on the Australian Day Public Holiday for a day full of food and fun. Our club is once again supporting this event. 🙂


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Two Way Relationship Gives Greater Reach

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Read about the relationship that we Salisbury City Rotaract Club has with all the club in the Group 4 within District 9500. This relationship give greater reach to all clubs and allows all club’s members to form friendships and networks.

Read Featured Article: Club Confidential in Rotary Down Under Magazine, October 2016

Quiz Night for NDVS

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At the end of every very long day (24 September 2016) involving Salisbury City Rotaract and our Quiz Night for Northern Domestic Violence Service (NDVS), I go to bed knowing that all the hard work, stress was worthwhile.  Last night, through our Quiz Night, we raised $590 for NDVS puts our total at $2590 over the past year and a half.  What an effort!!!!

I’m so proud of myself for turning my experiences into a force that continues to help spread awareness about and stop violence against women. I wouldn’t be the person I am today without Rotaract and I’m so incredibly proud of every single member and supporter of our club that’s helped us achieve so much… time and time again for this amazing organisation.

Ashlee Evans, Immediate Past President