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Meetings Online for Now

Nerang Rotary met in a in a virtual space due to COVID-19 restrictions during April, May and June 2020. |
Like so many clubs and associations the challenges of COVID-19 have forced the Club to pivot and find new ways of maintaining the social connection and commitment to service that underpin Rotary.
Meeting online has had some unexpected benefits too with the ability to include members who are away from their homes and even our Rotary Youth Exchange student in The Netherlands. Meetings still had the fun elements as well as opportunities to explore new avenues of service.

Get in touch if you'd like to join us for our next meeting, we are back having small meetings but our regular venue at the Nerang RSL is still not available so if you get in touch we'll tell you what our meeting schedule is looking like and where you can find us.
Meetings Online for Now 2020-05-30 14:00:00Z 0

Get Your Head Right Supporting Farmers

”Get Your Head Right!”
You are invited to be part of the Rotary Club of Nerang presenting:
Guest Speaker - Angry Anderson

Do you care about our farmers?
We are in a midst of a national suicide crisis,
especially in the drought affected regions of Australia.

All they want for Christmas is their Dad!
You can make a difference by attending this “one off” urgent fundraiser
on outback rural men’s suicide prevention,
brought to you by Nerang Rotary.

Sponsors Nerang Rotary and Newhaven Funerals are supporting a new local business Gold Coast rural pilot program,
“Get Your Head Right”, men’s outback musters, that is offering hope!

This lunch event will be held on Friday 22nd November 2019
at Nerang RSL Club.
12noon start – 4pm.

Attend this with us … so we can make a difference!
Get Your Head Right Supporting Farmers Carol Randall 2019-10-17 14:00:00Z 0


  $15 000 is headed west to support farming communities
in western Queensland.
Nerang Rotarians Geoff and Michael met up with Rotarian Phillip Charles, who is a member of the Rotary Club of Toowoomba East, a Past District Governor of Region 9630 and the current Chairperson of the Rotary Committee charged with the disbursement of all drought aid funds raised and ensuring they go to those who really need it.
FARM AID 2019-03-29 14:00:00Z 0

Nerang Celebrates

Rotarians, their partners and children are again preparing to sizzle sausages at Nerang Celebrates. During the evening we expect to serve up over 120 kgs of suasages and loads of soft drinks. It is truly a team effort and one thousands of Nerang residents can be thankful for as it contributes significantly to an outstanding community event, money raised goes directly back into the events budget.
Nerang Celebrates 2018-11-17 14:00:00Z 0
Charity Gold Day 2017-02-07 14:00:00Z 0

Painting Pinkies Purple for End Polio Awareness

Nerang State High School Interact Club invited students across the school to paint their pinkies purple to share Rotary's End Polio Now message. The members of the Club talked to the school community about the outstanding success of the End Polio initiative as just three countries remain Polio hot spots, and even in these countries the incidence of Polio have been dramatically reduced. In 2017 just seven cases of Polio have been reported. Funds raised will be donated to the Rotary Foundation's End Polio Now campaign.
Painting Pinkies Purple for End Polio Awareness 2016-10-07 14:00:00Z 0

Nerang Community Gardens

Rotary Sponsoring a garden at the Nerang Community Gardens

The Rotary Club of Nerang maintains sponsorship of one of the community garden beds at the Nerang Community Gardens located at the Country Paradise Parklands. Keen garden volunteers plant, maintain and harvest vegetables that are supplied to organizations who support needy Nerang residents with fresh produce. 
Nerang Community Gardens Carol Randall 2014-12-21 00:00:00Z 0

Supporting Country Paradise Parklands

Nerang Rotary Supports
Nerang Country Paradise Parklands

Rotarians attended early public interest meetings held to explore the concept of creating the Nerang Country Paradise Association. Rotarian Terry Moore expressed an interest in helping to guide the new association and was elected to the first Country Paradise Association Committee. Terry continues his involvement and provides the Club with regular updates on the developments at Country Paradise Parklands. In 2014-15 the Club is exploring opportunities to develop a barbecue and picnic area at Country Paradise Parklands in partnership with the CP Association. 
Supporting Country Paradise Parklands 2014-12-21 00:00:00Z 0