Giving back to the community.

Belmont Rotary proudly supports...

The Rotary Club is committed to staying informed about what is taking place in the community, nation, and world. We strive to make a difference and support a variety of projects and charities. Read below to find out more about some these groups and how you can help.


Bicycles for Humanity, Perth

Positive feedback from our projects in both Namibia and South Africa demonstrate the impact that B4H WA is having.
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Sustainable Cambodia

Belmont Rotary have a long relationship with Sustainable Cambodia, several members have traveled to Cambodia to help out on the ground. We also sponsor schools and pupils ensuring they can afford to travel to school and attend school.
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23rd Belmont & WA Small Business Awards

Belmont Rotary is pleased to support the 23rd Belmont & Western Australia Small Business Awards, category ‘Business Person of the Year’ to recognise the small business owners that strive for business excellence.
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Global Hand Charity

Belmont Rotary club is pleased to announce we will co-sponsor Global Hand Charity for Rotary Australia World Community Services (RAWCS) status.
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RUAH Homeless and Housing

Belmont Rotary supports RUAH Homeless and Housing to install security cameras for victims of domestic violence.
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Storn Petterson: Mobile Suicide Prevention

Belmont Rotary supports Storn Petterson, Mobile Suicide Prevention Campaign. Storn setups information contact points across rural Western Australia providing free information materials in helping men cope with life's adversities.
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Starting Over Support (SOS)

Starting Over Support (SOS) is a service for women and their families moving into private, public or community housing. Having to leave a violent relationship, unsafe accommodation and/or becoming homeless with no possessions is a common issue for women in our community.
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Rotary Helping Literacy

Did you know that over 750 million people — more than two-thirds of them women — are illiterate? Improving access to education is a key to breaking the cycle of poverty, and Rotarians are working to make this possible.
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