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Rotary members help Indian weavers achieve better wages and working conditions

Investing in woman can create sustainable impact that helps end child labor and alleviate the cycle of poverty. Rotary helped woman in India create brighter futures for themselves and their families.

Christmas and the Ellerslie Santa Parade

What a great parade on Sunday 7 December. Wonderful floats and costumes, huge crowds and perfect weather.

Our club's float was on the back of Ian Jenner's company truck once again. We displayed piles and piles of new Christmas gifts donated by members, which we delivered afterwards to the Auckland City Mission.

Christmas Pudding

With Christmas is the time to get your gifts and what is more traditional than the plum pud! Ellreslie Rotary has the ultimate pud all sealed in a very festive tin and only $20. Proceeds help with the community projects of every participating Rotary Club in New Zealand.

 

To place your order or find out more click on the link below.

Students get new dictionaries

A big pile of new dictionaries as part of the "Dictionaries in Schools" programme were distributed to some very excited children at Bailey Road School.

Mobility Dog Leah commemorates war dogs

Mobility Dog Leah with event organiser extraordinaire Michelle: here they are helping out at a recent military day at the Auckland Museum. On this occasion, commemorating Passchendaele. As many of you will know, many dogs were killed as they were used as messengers in the battles.

Jammies in June

Ellerslie Sunrise club members have focused on an area of child poverty they could address. The club have donated $2600 worth of pyjamas to the Middlemore Foundation for their Jammies in June drive to give 2 - 14 year old South Auckland children their own pyjamas. That cash has purchased over 300 sets of new flannelette pyjamas. Club members have also donated hundreds of dollars worth of brand new slippers to go with them.

Every child going into Middlemore's Kids First is given a new set of pyjamas. A new set is also given to every sibling child.These will make the winter of more than 300 children a lot more healthy and comfortable; and will assist in keeping them out of hospital.

Let's see what we can do this coming June.

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