Community Projects & Fundraising

Community Projects & Fundraising

As with most Rotary clubs, we are heavily involved in our local community and with the wider region Rotary projects and campaigns. Each year, our club members host and participate in a range of events and campaigns in order to raise monies for different causes.

Our Regular Fundraisers

Charity Golf Day
Charity Race Day
Christmas Trailer Raffle
Australia Day Cane Toad Races
Bunnings BBQ


Charity Golf Day         

This is our biggest day of the year and one that we have been holding for over 20 years at the picturesque Caboolture Golf course.


This years event will be on Friday 17th May

With some amazing support from our local community last year we raised $5000.00



Charity Race Day                                      

Each year in conjunction with a few other Rotary clubs we hold an excellent fun day out at the races at Corbould Park Raceway at Caloundra.

More information on this excellent afternoon will be coming soon.


Annual Charity Trailer Raffle   

The 2018 raffle raised approximately $20,000 and Rotary Caboolture would like to thank the Morayfield Shopping Centre, and the Caboolture Markets for their in kind support of our raffle. 

We would also like to thank all our numerous sponsors for their donation of prizes and the students of Grace College for the wonderful job they did building the trailer.

Lastly we would like to thank you the community for your wonderful support of the raffle, the funds of which will go to the Knights of the Southern Cross, Humanitarians Projects International and Rotary for our ongoing projects helping the community.

Well this years raffle has been drawn & won!

Our annual Christmas Trailer Raffle has been drawn this morning by Mark Ryan QLD State Member for Morayfield & Minister for Police & Corrective Services.

Thank you to everyone that bought tickets, it is greatly appreciated & congratulations to our winners.

Book Buyers Prize of a holiday in Noosa – N & J Sims from Glasshouse ticket 8271
1st prize of the trailer & it’s contents – Judith from Morayfield ticket 0123
2nd prize of a Rover Mower – Nathan with ticket 5000
3rd prize of a record player – Jane from Samsonvale with ticket 4758

Our winner of the trailer has been contacted & is over the moon about her win, she said it is the first time she has ever won something.




Australia Day Cane Toad Races                          

The races are an entertaining day out at the Caboolture Historical Village where we help raise funds for the village so they can upkeep the incredible displays they have there.


This 2017/2018 year we have distributed funds & supplied In Kind support to the following

 Scripture Union’s Chaplaincy Program for schools
Caboolture State High School
The All Abilities Playspace
Lift The Lid Mental Health Day
Youth Programs RYLA, RYDA, NYSF, RYPEN, LIYSF, The Science Experience & TASTE
Donations In Kind
Purple House
Cartmill Centre – Riding For The Disabled
Rotary Foundation
St Columban’s College Interact Club
Caboolture Historical Village
Caboolture’s Own Community Radio Station 101.5fm
Combined Services Awards night
Families of DV Christmas Appeal

In total we have so far distributed over $16,000

We would like to take this time to thank everyone who has supported Rotary.

Current Club Projects

Chaplaincy Fun Run                                              

Each year our club supports the local Scripture Union Chaplains in Schools program by running a fun run around the Caboolture Lakes. This year it is to be held on Sunday 2nd September.

It is a fun morning where you can be a serious runner or just have an enjoyable walk. The distances are 2km, 5km & 10km.

Here is the link to download the 2018 Fun Run Flier


Caboolture Hospital Children’s Fairy Garden           

This garden came about in 2011 after it was felt there was a need for an area where patients and their families could go to chill out away from the wards. Rotary Caboolture got behind the construction of the Fairy Garden and still maintain it on a regular basis.


All Abilities Playspace         


The All Abilities Playspace has been created at the Caboolture Region Environmental Education Centre (CREEC) at Burpengary. Rotary Caboolture was instrumental in getting this project started as there was a need for a play area for children of all ages and abilities. The club has purchased equipment for the playspace and is also helping with the landscaping by the planting of trees and shrubs.


North Queensland Flood Relief Appeal

Recent disastrous flooding in North Queensland left many families and individuals in need of assistance in their recovery.

Rotary Australia World Community Service (RAWCS) has organised the appeal which is designed to assist those families and individuals whose needs are not covered by insurance and Government assistance.

Our club has proudly donated $1000 towards helping these families.


$10.1 million was raised in the joint project run by Channel 9, National Farmers Federation,  and RAWCS (Rotary Australia Community Service through July August last year.

The distributing organisations chosen were:

RAWCS (8 projects)                         $2.35 million

Salvation Army                                  $1.75 million

St Vincent de Paul                           $1.5 million

Country Women’s Association                 $1.455 million

Lions Club of Pakenham                $ 1 million

Drought Angels                                 $500,000

Blaze Aid                                              $500,000

Western Qld Drought Committee         $412,500

WA Freight                                         $250,000

Givit                                                       $250,000

Eyre Peninsula Charity Initiative $100,000

Uni Canberra Mental Health      $32,600


Supurunda Water Supply Project in PNG  

This project is located in Papua New Guinea’s Eastern Highlands province and is a water supply project that utilises the spring-fed Supurunda water source.

Together with 10 adjacent villages, there is a population of around 3,000 people to service. Currently, villagers have to trek long distances from their homes to collect water for up to 2 hours in the morning and again in the evening.  

The project is to construct a small artisan weir in front of the Supurunda water source (spring) to catch water. This will then be piped approximately 7 km through a network of pipes and tanks to taps at schools, hospitals and clinics and public access points.

Wonderful news just in, the project is now finished!