On this page you will find various club and Rotary related news, as well as links to our Facebook page and District Facebook page.  Please feel free to browse through the information to find out a little bit more about what we do. 
 
CLUB NEWS ARCHIVE
Helping sales at our BBQ stand at the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show was an appearance by North Queensland, Maroons and Kangaroos legend, Johnathon Thurston !
 
Researchers at Griffith University are leading the way in the fight against malaria which kills over 400,000 people a year.  Our club is helping the cause and so can you !
 
We are proud to promote upcoming event hosted by our neighbouring Parkwood Rotary who are putting on their 'Let's do Lunch' event on 3rd June to End Polio Now.
 
Today we had the privilege of having Hetty Johnston AM, founder of Bravehearts, present to our Club on the inspirational work Bravehearts does to prevent child sexual assault in our society.
 
The Rotary Club of Hope Island has welcomed three new fantastic members to the club. We're very excited to have Martin, Craig and Laraine on-board with us.
 
The Rotary Club of Hope Island was proud this morning to congratulate an array of employees across a number of industries through the Pride of Workmanship Program.
 
Our club is proud to be supporting this groundbreaking research through the great work of a number of our club members.
 
 
The Rotary Club of Hope Island is proud to be supporting the Gold Coast Ramble with our Disaster Aid Australia pit stop today at Australia Fair Metro in Southport.
 
Engaging with the local community is something our Rotarian's thoroughly enjoy.  Recently there has been an array of events that our members have involved themselves in.
 
This week, the Rotary Club of Hope Island was fortunate to have Lee from OzHarvest Gold Coast present information about this wonderful community organisation.
 
The Rotary Club of Hope Island is pioneering a new way to enable local business owners to contribute to the local community, the Corporate Community Partner Program (CCPP).
 
 
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