Community Projects
The Rotary Club of Carlingford has been serving the local community for 49 years !
Our current projects include:
Don Moore Reserve Community Garden Project
Our club is pleased to partner with the North Rocks District Girl Guides on a new community garden project which is proposed for the Don Moore Reserve !  Are you interested in a community garden and live within walking distance of Don Moore Reserve ?  Please review this link for further information and to express interest.
The Carlingford Community Art Show 
The inaugural Carlingford Community Art Show was conducted online in 2020 and featured prominent Australian artist Ken Done as our guest judge.  Attracting entries from all over Australia, the art show raised $4,000 which was donated to Parramatta Mission - Domestic Violence Services; and Grace's Place - a world first trauma recovery centre for children of homicide victims - currently under construction at Doonside.
The Art Show committee have commenced meeting in preparation for the 2022 Art & Garden Show.  Keep an eye on our Art Show website for more information or to subscribe to the Art Show newsletter.
The North Rocks Market
The North Rocks Market has been in operation for 35 years.  All proceeds from the market are either donated to Community Partners, or used to support funding of Rotary Carlingford international projects.  More information on North Rocks Market is available here.
Community Partners
The Rotary Club of Carlingford is pleased to provide support to the following community partners:
Do you have a community project that you need help with ?  Please contact Community Service Director Cristy Newall via email
Page Stories
For Australia Day 2022, the Rotary Clubs of Beecroft, Carlingford and North Rocks are proud to launch the Australia Day Say "Thank You Mate" campaign !
Thanks to the National Australia Day Council, we have 100 Uber Eats Vouchers to the value of AUD30 each to give to Essential Workers who have kept our community running during the difficult COVID Pandemic.
The COVID Pandemic is another chapter in the Story of Australia - the story of an extraordinary nation.
The Story begins 60,000 years ago.  New chapters are written every day.
On Australia Day, we reflect on our history, its highs and its lows.
We respect the stories of others
And we celebrate our nation, its achievements and most of all, its people.
We're all part of the story.