Due to the necessity to remain out of public spaces where possible, we are continuing our Zoom breakfast meetings for the foreseeable future.

If you would like to visit our meeting, please contact us by email on rotaryclubcentralmelbourne@gmail.com or phone 0455-858-996 and request log-in details.

The meeting will commence at 7:40am and conclude no later than 8:45.

Ramona Mandy: Inclusivity from a Disability Perspective.  Why and how to include people with disabilities in your communities.

Ramona has worked in the public, private and community sectors for over 30 years and in a wide range of service roles, primarily focusing on training including braille or assistive technology support. She has served on many cross-disability advisory and management committees. she has been undertaking a project in the past two years with the Australian Federation of Disability Organisations to help people with disabilities and their families to better understand the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).

Ramona lives in South Melbourne, tries to get to the gym twice a week, loves horse riding, hates chilly and is blind. She is keen to help people understand the needs, abilities and contributions of all people who have disabilities.  She loves travelling, learning new things and encourages open discussion of topics that may be difficult for some and that may include disability.

Club Information

Welcome to Rotary
Central Melbourne

Interested in what we do?
Join us for breakfast
We meet
Tuesday 7.20am
for 7.40am
RACV City Club
501 Bourke Street
Melbourne 3000
Rotary Theme
Ramona Mandy
Aug 18, 2020 7:40 AM
Inclusivity from a Disability Perspective.
Francesco Fedele
Aug 25, 2020 7:40 AM
Rotary Mentoring Academy
District Governor Philip Archer
Sep 08, 2020 7:40 AM
District Governor's official visit
Dick Whitaker
Sep 15, 2020 7:40 AM
The forecast for D-Day
Ignacio Inchausti
Sep 22, 2020 7:40 AM
Project and program management – the art and science of delivery
Ben Vasiliou
Oct 13, 2020 7:40 AM
Helping young people to be the best they can be
Better together

A need to connect with different age groups is woven into our genes.

3D printers to the rescue

Rotary members join 3D print enthusiasts to make personal protective equipment in short supply due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Rotarian Conversation: Marc Freedman

The Rotarian Conversation:Marc FreedmanThis longevity expert has found that both younger and older people thrive when they work together with a common purpose — something

District Recognitions