About Rotary

What would it take to change the world?

Rotary’s 1.2 million members believe it starts with a commitment to ‘Service Above Self’.
In more than 34,000 clubs worldwide, you’ll find members volunteering in communities at home and abroad to promote peace, fight disease, provide clean water, save mothers and children, support education and grow local communities. You can read more about each of these in the Rotary Areas of Focus.
 

Rotary in New Zealand

In fact, Rotary has had a huge influence on New Zealand society.  Crippled Children Society, Plunket, Karitane, Milk in Schools, National Kidney Foundation, Riding for Disabled, Asthma Society, Outward Bound and National Children’s Health Research Foundation are some of the many initiatives of Rotarians seeking to make a significant difference in our communities.  The Ellerslie Flower Show and the Taupo Cycle Challenge are fine examples of Rotary initiatives that have become popular National events in New Zealand.
 
Further Rotary history &  milestones see ‘Changing the world’.
 
View some of the programmes and projects run by Rotary in New Zealand and the Pacific Islands or Rotary Downunder.
View some of the programmes and projects run by Rotary District 9930 (central North Island) of which Rotary Club of Waikato Sunrise belongs.
 

What would it take to change the world?

Rotary’s 1.2 million members believe it starts with a commitment to ‘Service Above Self’.

In more than 34,000 clubs worldwide, you’ll find members volunteering in communities at home and abroad to promote peace, fight disease, provide clean water, save mothers and children, support education and grow local communities. You can read more about each of these in the Rotary Areas of Focus.

Rotary in New Zealand

In fact, Rotary has had a huge influence on New Zealand society.  Crippled Children Society, Plunket, Karitane, Milk in Schools, National Kidney Foundation, Riding for Disabled, Asthma Society, Outward Bound and National Children’s Health Research Foundation are some of the many initiatives of Rotarians seeking to make a significant difference in our communities.  The Ellerslie Flower Show and the Taupo Cycle Challenge are fine examples of Rotary initiatives that have become popular National events in New Zealand.

Further Rotary history &  milestones see ‘Changing the world’ (video).

View some of the programmes and projects run by  Rotary in New Zealand and the Pacific Islands or Rotary Downunder.

View some of the programmes and projects run by Rotary District 9930 (central North Island) of which Rotary Club of Waikato Sunrise belongs.

- See more at: https://content.clubrunner.ca/12147/Page/Preview?ContainerId=9cf69326-ebc3-4d08-9808-64cc97268310&IsDraft=True&SelectedId=80874a7c-252c-48ec-b847-3ccc36bd9371#sthash.ssYgKUR3.dpuf

What would it take to change the world?

Rotary’s 1.2 million members believe it starts with a commitment to ‘Service Above Self’.

In more than 34,000 clubs worldwide, you’ll find members volunteering in communities at home and abroad to promote peace, fight disease, provide clean water, save mothers and children, support education and grow local communities. You can read more about each of these in the Rotary Areas of Focus.

Rotary in New Zealand

In fact, Rotary has had a huge influence on New Zealand society.  Crippled Children Society, Plunket, Karitane, Milk in Schools, National Kidney Foundation, Riding for Disabled, Asthma Society, Outward Bound and National Children’s Health Research Foundation are some of the many initiatives of Rotarians seeking to make a significant difference in our communities.  The Ellerslie Flower Show and the Taupo Cycle Challenge are fine examples of Rotary initiatives that have become popular National events in New Zealand.

Further Rotary history &  milestones see ‘Changing the world’ (video).

View some of the programmes and projects run by  Rotary in New Zealand and the Pacific Islands or Rotary Downunder.

View some of the programmes and projects run by Rotary District 9930 (central North Island) of which Rotary Club of Waikato Sunrise belongs.

- See more at: https://content.clubrunner.ca/12147/Page/Preview?ContainerId=9cf69326-ebc3-4d08-9808-64cc97268310&IsDraft=True&SelectedId=80874a7c-252c-48ec-b847-3ccc36bd9371#sthash.ssYgKUR3.dpuf

What would it take to change the world?

Rotary’s 1.2 million members believe it starts with a commitment to ‘Service Above Self’.

In more than 34,000 clubs worldwide, you’ll find members volunteering in communities at home and abroad to promote peace, fight disease, provide clean water, save mothers and children, support education and grow local communities. You can read more about each of these in the Rotary Areas of Focus.

Rotary in New Zealand

In fact, Rotary has had a huge influence on New Zealand society.  Crippled Children Society, Plunket, Karitane, Milk in Schools, National Kidney Foundation, Riding for Disabled, Asthma Society, Outward Bound and National Children’s Health Research Foundation are some of the many initiatives of Rotarians seeking to make a significant difference in our communities.  The Ellerslie Flower Show and the Taupo Cycle Challenge are fine examples of Rotary initiatives that have become popular National events in New Zealand.

Further Rotary history &  milestones see ‘Changing the world’ (video).

View some of the programmes and projects run by  Rotary in New Zealand and the Pacific Islands or Rotary Downunder.

View some of the programmes and projects run by Rotary District 9930 (central North Island) of which Rotary Club of Waikato Sunrise belongs.

- See more at: https://content.clubrunner.ca/12147/Page/Preview?ContainerId=9cf69326-ebc3-4d08-9808-64cc97268310&IsDraft=True&SelectedId=80874a7c-252c-48ec-b847-3ccc36bd9371#sthash.ssYgKUR3.dpuf

What would it take to change the world?

Rotary’s 1.2 million members believe it starts with a commitment to ‘Service Above Self’.

In more than 34,000 clubs worldwide, you’ll find members volunteering in communities at home and abroad to promote peace, fight disease, provide clean water, save mothers and children, support education and grow local communities. You can read more about each of these in the Rotary Areas of Focus.

Rotary in New Zealand

In fact, Rotary has had a huge influence on New Zealand society.  Crippled Children Society, Plunket, Karitane, Milk in Schools, National Kidney Foundation, Riding for Disabled, Asthma Society, Outward Bound and National Children’s Health Research Foundation are some of the many initiatives of Rotarians seeking to make a significant difference in our communities.  The Ellerslie Flower Show and the Taupo Cycle Challenge are fine examples of Rotary initiatives that have become popular National events in New Zealand.

Further Rotary history &  milestones see ‘Changing the world’ (video).

View some of the programmes and projects run by  Rotary in New Zealand and the Pacific Islands or Rotary Downunder.

View some of the programmes and projects run by Rotary District 9930 (central North Island) of which Rotary Club of Waikato Sunrise belongs.

- See more at: https://content.clubrunner.ca/12147/Page/Preview?ContainerId=9cf69326-ebc3-4d08-9808-64cc97268310&IsDraft=True&SelectedId=80874a7c-252c-48ec-b847-3ccc36bd9371#sthash.ssYgKUR3.dpuf

What would it take to change the world?

Rotary’s 1.2 million members believe it starts with a commitment to ‘Service Above Self’.

In more than 34,000 clubs worldwide, you’ll find members volunteering in communities at home and abroad to promote peace, fight disease, provide clean water, save mothers and children, support education and grow local communities. You can read more about each of these in the Rotary Areas of Focus.

Rotary in New Zealand

In fact, Rotary has had a huge influence on New Zealand society.  Crippled Children Society, Plunket, Karitane, Milk in Schools, National Kidney Foundation, Riding for Disabled, Asthma Society, Outward Bound and National Children’s Health Research Foundation are some of the many initiatives of Rotarians seeking to make a significant difference in our communities.  The Ellerslie Flower Show and the Taupo Cycle Challenge are fine examples of Rotary initiatives that have become popular National events in New Zealand.

Further Rotary history &  milestones see ‘Changing the world’ (video).

View some of the programmes and projects run by  Rotary in New Zealand and the Pacific Islands or Rotary Downunder.

View some of the programmes and projects run by Rotary District 9930 (central North Island) of which Rotary Club of Waikato Sunrise belongs.

- See more at: https://content.clubrunner.ca/12147/Page/Preview?ContainerId=9cf69326-ebc3-4d08-9808-64cc97268310&IsDraft=True&SelectedId=80874a7c-252c-48ec-b847-3ccc36bd9371#sthash.ssYgKUR3.dpuf

What would it take to change the world?

Rotary’s 1.2 million members believe it starts with a commitment to ‘Service Above Self’.

In more than 34,000 clubs worldwide, you’ll find members volunteering in communities at home and abroad to promote peace, fight disease, provide clean water, save mothers and children, support education and grow local communities. You can read more about each of these in the Rotary Areas of Focus.

Rotary in New Zealand

In fact, Rotary has had a huge influence on New Zealand society.  Crippled Children Society, Plunket, Karitane, Milk in Schools, National Kidney Foundation, Riding for Disabled, Asthma Society, Outward Bound and National Children’s Health Research Foundation are some of the many initiatives of Rotarians seeking to make a significant difference in our communities.  The Ellerslie Flower Show and the Taupo Cycle Challenge are fine examples of Rotary initiatives that have become popular National events in New Zealand.

Further Rotary history &  milestones see ‘Changing the world’ (video).

View some of the programmes and projects run by  Rotary in New Zealand and the Pacific Islands or Rotary Downunder.

View some of the programmes and projects run by Rotary District 9930 (central North Island) of which Rotary Club of Waikato Sunrise belongs.

- See more at: https://content.clubrunner.ca/12147/Page/Preview?ContainerId=9cf69326-ebc3-4d08-9808-64cc97268310&IsDraft=True&SelectedId=80874a7c-252c-48ec-b847-3ccc36bd9371#sthash.ssYgKUR3.dpuf

What would it take to change the world?

Rotary’s 1.2 million members believe it starts with a commitment to ‘Service Above Self’.

In more than 34,000 clubs worldwide, you’ll find members volunteering in communities at home and abroad to promote peace, fight disease, provide clean water, save mothers and children, support education and grow local communities. You can read more about each of these in the Rotary Areas of Focus.

Rotary in New Zealand

In fact, Rotary has had a huge influence on New Zealand society.  Crippled Children Society, Plunket, Karitane, Milk in Schools, National Kidney Foundation, Riding for Disabled, Asthma Society, Outward Bound and National Children’s Health Research Foundation are some of the many initiatives of Rotarians seeking to make a significant difference in our communities.  The Ellerslie Flower Show and the Taupo Cycle Challenge are fine examples of Rotary initiatives that have become popular National events in New Zealand.

Further Rotary history &  milestones see ‘Changing the world’ (video).

View some of the programmes and projects run by  Rotary in New Zealand and the Pacific Islands or Rotary Downunder.

View some of the programmes and projects run by Rotary District 9930 (central North Island) of which Rotary Club of Waikato Sunrise belongs.

- See more at: https://content.clubrunner.ca/12147/Page/Preview?ContainerId=9cf69326-ebc3-4d08-9808-64cc97268310&IsDraft=True&SelectedId=80874a7c-252c-48ec-b847-3ccc36bd9371#sthash.ssYgKUR3.dpuf