WHAT IS THE ROTARY CLUB OF WELLINGTON NORTH?
Rotary, which was founded in 1905, is an organisation of some 1.2 million service minded men and women belonging to more than 33,000 Rotary clubs in virtually every nation in the world.
Rotarians meet weekly for fellowship and interesting and informative programmes dealing with topics of local and global importance.
Rotarians carry out a remarkable variety of humanitarian, educational and cultural exchange programmes that touch people’s lives in their local and world communities. Amongst the initiatives planned and funded by Rotary has been the elimination of polio worldwide.
The Rotary Club of Wellington North, which was chartered in 1965, supports many organisations in the local community and in third world countries. It also facilitates international youth exchanges and scholarships. The club manages two Trusts which provide scholarships for tertiary education.
For a more detailed description of the Rotary Club of Wellington North and Rotary activities on the wider District and International scene go to The Challenges and Rewards of Rotary Membership.
To see where we meet go to the bottom of our home page.
New members are most welcome and if you would like further information please contact Lionel Nunns phone 04 976-2213 or 938-0730 (A/H)