Involving ourselves in the support of others

The Archway Group proudly supports Rotary and its activities in our community, both locally and worldwide.

Rotary is a global network of community volunteers. Rotary members are business and professional leaders who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards and help build goodwill and peace in the world. Some 31,000 Rotary clubs in more than 165 countries carry out service projects in their local communities and abroad to address such critical issues as poverty, health, hunger, illiteracy and the environment.

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Rotary is involved in hundreds of humanitarian projects. A particular project that The Archway Group has been proud to promote is The First Steps program, developed by Rotary to assist young Australians in preparing for and finding their first job. The program helps not only to point young jobseekers in the right direction, but also assists them to develop the self-awareness, goals, realism, confidence and savvy that is required both in getting a job and succeeding in it.

The First Steps program has been developed into an interactive, contemporary web portal aimed at the 16-25 year old demographic who are the ones most likely to be looking for their first opportunities in their professional life.

Steps for Youth Homelessness

On Sunday 29th July 2018, I will be running 10kms to raise money for “Steps for Youth Homelessness” via Concern Australia.
Concern Australia does amazing work with vulnerable young people and children, aged 5-21, creating opportunities for them to enjoy full and meaningful lives. Some of these invaluable services include after school care and holiday programs for children in public housing, outreach, support and housing for homeless youth, practical automotive training and seminars on cyber bullying, resilience, leadership, identity and drug education.

You may support my endeavour by going to the following link and sponsoring my run:

My goal is to raise $4,000 and your contribution no matter how small, will make a difference.