Some  Current Club Activities

Mary Potter Hospice: Even through Covid our Club Members continued to help with fundraising assisting in the ” Walk for Love” held in  North Adelaide.  Now that restrictions have been lifted we  are back to running  the barbeque for the participants and stall holders on the day.  To provide financial aid we also co- sponsor a walker to increase the value of their final donation. The Hospice has organized a Golf day when we also volunteered our barbequing services for participants.

Cooking for the Mary Potter Hospice Charity Walkers

Supported Individual Families affected by Kangaroo Island Bushfires: Club members and their contacts organized collections of games and learning materials suitable for  children of different ages.

Student Enrichment Programs: These  include National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) , Conocco Phillips Science Project, Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA),  Rotary Youth Program of Enrichment (RYPEN) and UN Youth National Conference. Our club offers financial support to aspiring candidates if they have met necessary criteria.

Vocation and Youth Director Andrew, congratulating Alex on his presentation to club members about attending  NYSF program in 2024

Guides: We have had a good working relationship with the local girl guides in helping each other with equipment and facilities.

Donation of Defibrillator: Our club has donated a defibrillator to the West Adelaide Football Club accessible to the public   


Bay to Birdwood: Our club has offered its services in the Bay to Birdwood  Classic Car run.  Some members act as traffic marshals while other members operate a BBq prior to the departure of vehicles from the “Bay”.


Catering Assistance:  On a more irregular basis, we are often asked to assist with catering on special community occasions. For example; Public events like the opening of a section of South Road   or  the open day held at the Calvary Hospital.

Joining other volunteer groups, our club assisted with catering on the opening of the South Road/ Port road Underpass.


Calvary Hospital opening

Direct Community Input:  Sometimes  special one off projects are initiated such as the painting of a pergola at the Netley Kindergarten. Parents, Staff and club members spent half a day in revitalising the centre’s playground.

Parents and club members painted pergolas, seats and play equipment