4 11, 2019

2019 NSW Inspirational Women’s Awards – Rotary Celebrates Winners


Four outstanding women have been named winners of the 2019 Rotary Inspirational Women’s Awards at a sold out lunch held at the City Tattersall’s Club on Sunday 27 October. The lunch was hosted by the Rotary Club of Sydney Darling Harbour. Sixteen women were judged by panels of Rotarians from Rotary Districts across the state.

2019 NSW Inspirational Women’s Awards – Rotary Celebrates Winners2021-09-12T10:55:09+10:00
23 08, 2019

2019 Rotary Inspirational Women’s Awards Finalists Announced


The Minister for Mental Health, Regional Youth and Women, The Honourable Bronnie Taylor MLC, today announced the 16 NSW 2019 finalists for Inspirational Women’s Awards proudly presented by the Rotary Club of Darling Harbour. Minister Taylor said the Awards are a fantastic opportunity to shine a light on the enormous contribution of women in both city, regional and rural communities across New South Wales.

2019 Rotary Inspirational Women’s Awards Finalists Announced2021-09-12T10:53:13+10:00
15 06, 2019

Nominations Open For Inspirational Women’s Awards 2019


The Rotary Club of Sydney Darling Harbour is pleased to announce the launch of the Inspirational Women’s Awards 2019, held on 6 June 2019 at Parliament House hosted by The Hon Mark Coure, MP, Member for Oatley and Assistant Speaker of the NSW Legislative Assembly. While individual organisations have specific internal awards, the Rotary Inspirational Women’s Awards (RIWA) recognises service to the community across all sectors. It is directed at the non-Rotary community. It is about commitment, dedication, perseverance and pro-activity in improving the lives of others. The Awards are open to women across NSW.

Nominations Open For Inspirational Women’s Awards 20192021-09-12T10:53:51+10:00
15 04, 2019

Bush Dance Raffle Winners


Thanks so much to those who were able to attend and support our Bush Dance on Saturday night.  It really was a fabulous night, with lots of dancing, fantastic food delivered by Exquisite Catering, great work by MC Mike Mazza, a selection of country tunes belted out by The Inland

Bush Dance Raffle Winners2019-04-15T21:22:56+10:00
4 04, 2019

Press Release – Rotary District Inspirational Women’s Awards 2018


Rotary Districts 9675 and 9685, are proud to host the 2018 NSW Inspirational Women’s Awards. We gratefully acknowledge the support of our Patron, Mrs. Hurley for these awards.

The awards are an initiative of Rotary Districts and Rotary Clubs of NSW to acknowledge and celebrate the achievements of all women age

Press Release – Rotary District Inspirational Women’s Awards 20182019-04-04T20:52:50+11:00
4 08, 2018

Darling Ron Sleeps Out With all the Best People


On Thursday night 21st June 2018 – the winter solstice – Darling Ron Browne slept with 307 other like-minded people at the White Bay Cruise Terminal.  They were all gathered to raise funds for Vinnies (The St Vincent de Paul Society) to support their work with the homeless and disadvantaged.


Darling Ron Sleeps Out With all the Best People2018-08-04T14:31:37+10:00
18 10, 2017

Seven Women


Seven Women was founded by Rotarian, and Rotary Foundation Peace Scholar, Stephanie Woollard at the age of just 22. Steph was visiting Nepal when she met seven disabled women making soaps and candles in a small tin shed. In Nepal, disabilities carry a strong social stigma, believed to bring bad

Seven Women2021-10-02T14:03:06+10:00
2 10, 2017

Maisie Hayward Sewing School


The Rotary Club of Sydney Darling Harbour has helped set up a Sewing School in Nepal to allow impoverished women to learn sewing and tailoring skill so they can earn income in their own right. Sewing machines have been purchased and instructors engaged. The school has trained more than 43 women to date.

Maisie Hayward Sewing School2021-10-02T21:44:52+10:00
2 10, 2016

Rosalie House


Rosalie House is a temporary, up to 2 year, home for single mature women in crisis, operated by the “Vinnies”. In 2015 and 2016 the “Darlings” undertook to, internally, fully repaint the 6 bedrooms, hallway, living room, kitchen, office laundry and bathroom.

The majority of the rooms are 3.6m high and

Rosalie House2021-10-02T14:03:44+10:00
16 05, 2015

Community Centre in Anekot Nepal


In April and May 2015, Nepal was devastated by earthquakes that affected many cities, towns and villages. There was an urgent need of adequate housing in order to re-establish communities, particularly in country areas.

The Darlings originally raised funds for the construction of individual temporary housing but due to land ownership

Community Centre in Anekot Nepal2021-10-02T14:14:21+10:00
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