Rotary Club of Orange Daybreak
Rotary Orange Daybreak is always busy with an ever-changing list of
events scheduled. Coming up soon:
*Orange Farmers’ Market on 8 July
is at Naylor Pavilion at Orange Showground. Enter via
Leeds Parade from 8:30 to 12 noon.
Attendees receive free
entry into the Produce Raffle.
*A Christmas in July fundraising dinner is on 22 July.
The night has proven so popular that it's already sold out!
Keep your eyes peeled for next year’s follow-up event.
* The Newcrest Bike Challenge is returning following the
success of last year’s event on 10 September.
We are will be looking for volunteers to help
with this great occasion.
Central West Clinical Cancer Trials Unit
The Central West Clinical Trials Unit (CTU) is based at Central West Cancer Care Centre, Orange Health Service. The CTU has a community-led, grassroots approach that aims to fill a significant gap in access to innovative cancer clinics in the bush.
Orange Farmers Market
RCOD members and friends volunteer at the entrances to collect the donation. Sometimes the collections are targeted to specific charities such as Can Assist, HD Awareness Orange & Central West, Little Wings and flood relief.
Nepal Community Development Project
The Rotary Club of Orange Daybreak is proud to have been involved with a community development project in Nepal with the Swoyambhu Rotary Club in Nepal (District 3292), along with Rotary Clubs in the Central West of NSW, and with local businesses and corporate organisations.
Cruisin' Along Car Tour
For a number of years Members and friends of the Club have travelled with people from the community in in a tag-along trip to various parts of Australia. Each vehicle contributes to the cause and some are sponsored by local businesses.
Eugowra Flood Appeal & Feast for Farmers
RCOD helped coordinate the volunteer response at flood affected Eugowra, and provided support to displaced residents. RAWCS funding helps make a tangible difference in the Central West
Western Care Lodge
RCOD has a long association with the Western Care Lodge. The lodge acts as a home-away-from-home for people as they undergo treatment for cancer in Orange. Members cook a meal once a month (unless prevented by Covid restrictions), and travel in the Crusin'-Along Rally, which has raised significant funds over many years.