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Rotary Club of Orange Daybreak


Activities, Education

and Donations

Recent news from Rotary Orange Daybreak includes:


* Rotary organised a hugely successful

‘International Night’ with

Orange Culture Hub.

It brought together people from

the Ukraine, Nepal and Latin America

who shared food, dances and music.

Over $650 was raised.


* The ‘Cruisin’ Along’ Rotary bash was a

fun drive and raised $40,000 to help us

support the flood damaged

Eugowra Preschool.

Congratulations to all involved.


* The June Farmers Markets created a

wonderful welcome to visitors and

collected $1,820 to support

Veritas House. A further $5,000 was

donated to Veritas specifically for

YouthMental Health.

 

* FoodCare Orange’s CEO Sue Clarke

told a Rotary Daybreak meeting about

the group’s work providing access

to affordable and free food, groceries

and household items
for individuals and families in need.


* Rotary Daybreak’s Harley-Davidson

raffle raised $28,000 (increased by

Rotary to $40,000) supporting

Orange Hospital’s Clinical Cancer Trials.


* Ongoing involvement aiding the

restoration of Eugowra.

2022-2023

Club donations made as at 30 June 2023:

Orange Health Service Prostrate Cancer Trials $42,200

Purchase a Post (Eugowra Flood Relief) $31,199 (Feast for Farmers fund raiser); Lifeline Men’s Growth Rooms $6,000 (Orange Biggest Garage Sale); Little Wings $4,000; Veritas House $2,682; Huntington Disease Awareness $1,700; Northern River Floods (RAWCS) $1,600; Literacy Program (Eugowra Preschool) $924; Orange Regional Conservatorium Scholarship $500; Rotary Foundation $2,534; Nepal Project $1,887; End Polio $1,071; Ukrainian Refugee Housing $405; Summer Maths $400; Calare Public School Citizenship award $25 with $35,000 in the Cruisin' Along account.

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2021-2022

Club donations made were Central West Clinical Trials Unit $141,000; Premi Babies $4,500;  SES $4,118; Little Wings $1,500; Share the Dignity $514; Vertitas House $525; Orange Regional Conservatorium $500; End Polio $1,388; Orange Aboriginal Medical Service $4,000; Orange Region Suicide Prevention $1,164; Orange Health Services $340; Shelterbox $300; Mental Health $250; RAWCS $9,329; Australian Rotary Health $1,043, Calare Public School Citizenship $25;

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2020-2021

Club donations made as at 31st May 2021 were The Orchard Domestic Violence Shelter $670; Central West Clinical Trials Unit $55,000; Literacy project $273; Can Assist $2,000;  Blue Ladies $500; Little Wings $1,500; Blazeaid Flood Appeal $1,100; RAWCS Flood Appeal $1,100; SES Rescue Camera $4,023; Polio Plus $963; End Trachoma $1,285; Australian Rotary Health $1,000; Share the Dignity $622; Rotary Hay Drive $1,000; Calare Public School $25; Feast for Farmer $32,000; Men's Mental Health charities $26,000. 

The total for the year was rounded to $129,061.

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2019-2020

Due to COVID_19 restrictions from March 2020 several of the Club's main fundraisers were cancelled, including the Feast for Farmers, Crusin' Along Rally, and the Newcrest Challenge, which has affetced the capacity to donate.

Club donations made as at 31st May 2020 were the Salvation Army Bushfire Appeal $2301; Salvation Army Christmas Hampers $446; The Orchard Domestic Violence Shelter $1595; Central West Clinical Trials Unit $25,000; Literacy project $400; Nepal Mental Health $6,127; End Polio Now $400; The Rotary Foundation $1,569; Western Care Lodge $1,414; School in a Bag $5,536;

The total for the year was rounded to $43,488.

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2018-2019

Club donations made as at 31st May 2019 were Feast for Farmers $41,000; Little WingsTractor Trek $500; Food Care Orange $1,500; Nepal-Mental Health $9,247; End Polio Now $3,001; The Rotary Foundation $3,161; Western Care Lodge $27,749; ODEEP $25,000; School in a Bag $13,331; Orange Health Service ECG $5,000; Orange Regional Conservatorium $4,678; Nepal Friendship Program $5,000; Rural Aid Drought Relief $3,524; Housing Plus Domestic Violence Unit $2,500; Country Education Foundation $2,000; End Trachoma by 2020 $700.

The total for the year was rounded to $147,891.

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