The team at South Wairarapa Rotary provide a base for widening personal and business networks while making a difference in the lives of many groups and individuals, and embracing humanitarian causes from Featherston to Fiji.
Rotary club members lend a hand with a host of Alistair and Jacquie's friends in harvesting daffodils on their property at Whangaimoana for the Cancer Society's Daffodil Day collection.
The club strives to embrace the wide range of lifestyles, beliefs and time constraints represented in the South Wairarapa community, developing ways for members to collaborate in innovative ways using modern communication tools to achieve common goals.
We are excited about the future of the Wairarapa and want to make even more of an impact over the coming years
Responding to community-wide needs. Funding community initiatives and hosting recognition awards.learn more
Providing Youth engagement and nurturing programmes. Providing Bursary and scholastic assistance fundinglearn more
Maintaining wildlife and environmental projects and programmes throughout the Wairarapa.learn more
Investigating and responding to international needs. Providing Emergency Response Kits and Shelterboxes.learn more
The Club's main fund-raiser for over 35 years. 500 stalls attract over 50,000 people to two fair days each yearlearn more
South Wairarapa Rotary and Cycle Science are proud to bring the Fun Ride to riders of all ages and skill levels.learn more
All the Wairarapa Rotary clubs team up with emergency services to collect food for the area food banks each yearlearn more
South Wairarapa Rotary is looking for ways to increase awareness and to facilitate service to Wairarapa's "at risk" seniors.learn more
There's more to life than taking care of business.
Our community needs your knowledge and experience
Team up with other like-minded individuals who care about what happens to their community and its people
Have you ever run a committee, raised funds, organised a project, run a meeting or designed a project plan. It's never too late to start learning.
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