Welcome to our Club
We are a family-friendly service club in beautiful Canberra, Australia, actively working with others to support individuals and, local and international communities.
 
 
 
 
 
The Rotary Club of Woden Daybreak is having a Mango Fundraiser again this year.  The Club will donate the profits to a TEAR and Care and Share Nepal project which aims to prevent Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery.
You are invited to support this healthy fundraiser.
Each tray of mangoes costs $24 and has approximately 7kg of excellent quality mangoes. The number varies according to the size of the mangoes and could be 12 large, 23 small or a mixture. It all depends on the crop and the weather. There isn’t a choice of mango size.
Deliveries are expected early to mid-December. You will need to collect the mangoes from Holder, ACT. Details will be emailed to you mid-November.
 
The latest date we can accept orders and payment is Tuesday 22 October.
 
HOW TO ORDER
 
Payment is required when orders are placed.
 
  1. Please deposit the correct money into the Club's Bank Account via Electronic Funds transfer (EFT). Please ensure you enter all of the details below when transferring funds.
BSB: 325 185       
Account No.: 03753417
Account Holder Name: Rotary Club Woden Daybreak
Reference: surname and number of trays (example: Taylor x4)
 
  1. Then email the Club at wodendaybreak@outlook.com with the subject line ‘Mango Order’ and include your name, phone number, the number of trays ordered and the amount and date deposited via EFT. If you don’t send this email we can’t contact you with the delivery details.
 
 
 
 
 
Interested in joining Rotary?
 
We warmly invite you and your family to attend a meeting as our guests.   
 
We breakfast together and enjoy a guest speaker.  We will also tell you what we do and why it is so much fun.  The meeting finishes promptly at 8.30am.
 
New members under 30 receive a 50 per cent discount on their membership fee for the first year.
 
 
Jenny and Mark welcoming our newest member Jerry Williams accompanied by his wife Nancy and son Danny.
 
Rotarians from other clubs - please visit us!
 
It's best to contact us beforehand so we can meet you and escort you to the meeting.  Also, we sometimes breakfast elsewhere.
 
Children are warmly welcomed at our meetings and activities
 
 
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