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We meet In Person
Mondays at 12:15 PM
Stamford Plaza Hotel & Zoom
CBD Club
New Zealand
We meet at the Stamford Plaza Hotel on Custom Street as well as regular meetings on Zoom.
AGMs for Brett O'Riley, Craig Brown & Tony Caughey
Aug 22, 2022
6pm, Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron (there is no lunch meeting today)
Breakfast meeting with Rotary Club of Downtown Ak
Aug 23, 2022
Speaker Ak Mayoral Candidate Efeso Collins, Northern Club, 7.15am, $30pp
Speaker Helen Robinson, CEO, Ak City Mission, 5.30
Aug 29, 2022
Meeting at Home Ground, Auckland City Mission's New Building
Speaker TBC
Sep 05, 2022
Meeting at the Stamford Plaza Hotel, 12.30pm, $40pp
Speaker District 9920 Governor Allan Smith
Sep 19, 2022
Meeting at the Stamford Plaza Hotel, 12.30pm, $40pp

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On Monday 15 August 2022, we will hear from Helen Hewitt, who is a Support Group Co-ordinator volunteer for Grandparents Raising Grandchildren NZ Trust.  Having experienced the impact of drug and alcohol abuse and consequently family breakdown, Helen has empathy and understanding towards families with similar stories to tell.  Through this, she sensed the feeling of responsibility that grandparents have, to ensure grandchildren have protection from harm from physical, mental healthdrug or alcohol abuse.  As usual, we will be meeting at the Stamford tomorrow at 12.15pm for a 12.30pm start.  And as well as hearing from Helen, we will also be presenting our RCA Medical Scholarship award to the 2021 winner.
1 in 18 children die before their fifth birthday in Kiribati and three times more women die from cervical cancer in the Pacific than in Australia and every year.  ‘Give Every Child A Future’ will work with UNICEF to introduce three life-saving vaccines across nine Pacific Island countries; the Cook Islands, Kiribati, Nauru, Niue, Samoa, Tokelau, Tonga, Tuvalu and Vanuatu. The Asian Development Bank is financing the introduction of these vaccines into four of the countries (Vanuatu, Tonga, Samoa and Tuvalu), while Rotary will fund regional and other supporting activities in those four countries and fully fund the programme in the other five countries. Rotary and UNICEF are aiming to vaccinate 100,000 children over four years, but this is just the beginning. This project will help strengthen the Pacific’s broader health systems and ensure the sustainable delivery of these vaccines into the future.  Generations will continue to benefit from this project.  A truly inspiring Rotary legacy.  For more information about this life changing project and to make a donation and sign up for their newsletter, go to and "Like" our Facebook page to keep up to date on all the latest rotary give every child a future - Search Results | Facebook