Our Projects

The Century Challenge Cycle Ride – Sunday 28th April 2019

The Century Challenge Cycle Ride has been a major project of the Rotary Club of Erina since 2000. It is held annually in April. In 2017 The Rotary Club of Gosford North joined with Erina to run the event. The major sponsor of the ride is Bendigo Bank.

There are three rides – 100km for experienced riders, 50km for less experienced but capable riders, 20km for families and riders keen to try some distance. There is also a Kids Challenge.

The event starts and finishes in the grounds of the Mt Penang Parklands and Event area.

For more information go to the Century Challenge web page and you can also follow us on Facebook.

Christmas Tree Sales – 1st & 2nd, 8th & 9th December 2018

On two weekends prior to Christmas Erina Rotarians, along with other Central Coast Rotary Clubs, sell Christmas Trees at designated sites across the Central Coast. Half of the funds raised through these sales support Grandparents Raising Grandchildren – helping support grandparents who have full-time care and responsibility for their grandchildren.

Trees will be sold on the first two weekends in December 2018, from the Terrigal Rotary Park, Terrigal Drive, from 7.00 am until sold out.

 

Cradle of Love

Cradle of LoveCradle of Love Baby home is situated in Usa River Tanzania. It was founded in 2003 by an American woman Davina Church who saw a need for maternal health. In Tanzania there is a variety of health issues for mothers and babies that may lead to death during pregnancy or labour. If a mother dies and there is no wet nurse, the father or relatives cannot afford formula, a nursing infant would soon die from malnutrition and this is where Cradle of Love steps in to help. The babies are loved and cared for until they are weaned and can go home to a family member. The facility caters for up to 35 children, ranging in age from newborns to three. The home relies on private donations and is need for major repairs to the roof, general maintenance and painting inside and out. Obtaining baby formula is a constant problem financially as well as wages. A Rotary District grant was applied for and was successful

Erina Rotary Club first became involved with Cradle of Love in 2013 when we set up a RAWCS (Rotary Australia World Community Service) project, Sustainable Small Scale Farming, growing the wonder food, chia. Some profits from the growing of the chia went towards Cradle of Love. Monica Hart, Past President of the Rotary Club of Erina, is the project manager.

Cradle of LoveDonations towards Cradle of Love can be made through RAWCS and are tax-deductible. Click on this link – https://donations.rawcs.com.au/83-2013-14 

Cradle of Love also has a Facebook page you can follow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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