Local Community Projects
The Rotary Club of Botany Randwick has been supporting local community organisations and needs for over 70 years.  Some of our current projects include:
Ronald McDonald House, Randwick - supporting families from rural and remote NSW whose children are receiving treatment at The Sydney Childrens' Hospital.  In the past we have donated televisions and telephones for each room, whilst currently we are sponsoring one of the rooms.
The Deli Family Women and Children's Centre - The Deli seeks to ensure that women, children and families, particularly those affected by domestic violence, are happy, healthy, safe and resilient; and able to participate in connected and strong families and communities.
Provides swimming lessons and aquatic education for children with physical and intellectual disabilities
Gardeners Road Public School
Upgrade of the Special Needs Sensory Room, supporting 40 students with mental and physical disabilities
Eastern Beaches Police Awards
This event brings together the Eastern Beaches Police Area Command finalists and winners, their colleagues, senior Police, our members of Parliament and local government, Rotarians and guests together with representatives from our local business community. Together we celebrate the hard work and outstanding achievements of officers and civilian employees for excellence in Police Service. 
Prince of Wales Hospital
Over the years considerable support has been provided our local Prince of Wales Hospital:
  • A donation of $15,000 for BBQ and entertainment area for the Maroubra Mental Health Unit. 
  • Provision of a large mural of Coogee Beach in the Emergency Department, aimed at providing a soothing and relaxing environment for those under treatment
  • Sponsorship ($2,500) of their Heartbreakers promotion
  • Donation to the PoW Hospital Foundation’s Louisa Hope Fund for Nurses at $3,000
  • Awards on International Nurses Day
Sydney Children's Hospital School
Sydney Children’s Hospital School provides education for children undergoing long term treatment at the Sydney Children’s Hospital.  The school enrols inpatients, outpatients and siblings of patients where the whole family have either temporarily relocated to Sydney for their child’s treatments.
The Club has provided support by way of desks, storage cabinets and education resources, with 50/50 funding fromThe Rotary Foundation.
The project was identified when 14 year old Mourine Kikisia, a ROMAC (refer to International Projects page!) patient from the Solomon Islands was referred to the School in February 2018.  Mourine has a large neck mass (the size of a football!) and was sponsored by ROMAC for treatment at Sydney Children’s Hospital.  Mourine had not attended school for nearly three years, the last two because of her disfigurement.  Prior to that her school, in a remote part of the Solomon Islands, had been destroyed in a major earthquake.  On arrival in Sydney she had the educational standard of an 8 year-old.  With dedicated support and coaching by teachers at the School, particularly in literacy and numeracy, Mourine has excelled and is now undertaking High School classes.  Mourine returned home, not only cured of her ailment, but with a renewed zest for learning and at an educational standard that augers well for her future.
Marine Rescue
Provision of funds for the purchase of binoculars, compass, bilge pumps, and wind indicators. 
Bushfire Aid and Support