Service Projects

See what Inner Wheel Clubs across NZ are doing to serve those in need in our Local, National and International Communities by creating Happier Futures Better Lives.

Charity Service Gallery

Inner wheel clubs across NZ have supported a wide range of charities in local communities, nationally and internationally.

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  • Ronald McDonald House
    Families stay at Ronald McDonald houses free of charge while their children are hospitalised so they can concentrate on what matters most – helping them to heal. During 2016 the IW Club of Otautahi in District NZ297 have taken time to cook a meal for residents.
    Posted: Friday 15 July 2016
  • CanTeen Winter Camp
    Inner Wheel Club of New Plymouth North - Providing Beanies, Scarves, Gloves, Slippers & Socks for Canteen Winter Camp
    Posted: Wednesday 15 June 2016
  • Operation Uplift
    The IW Club Of Aotea Auckland, District NZ291, New Zealand present their Happier Futures Better Lives, Unique project - "Operation Uplift". To provide support for women in the Pacific Islands.
    Posted: Wednesday 15 June 2016
  • Emergency Toilet Bags
    IW Club of Counties, NZ291 helped by providing Emergency toilet Bags for Waiuku Family Support Centre.
    Posted: Monday 6 June 2016
  • Fiji Timber Supplies
    IW Club of Counties support relief for 2016 Fiji floods
    Posted: Saturday 12 March 2016
  • Virtuoso Strings Orchestra
    Inner Wheel Club of Plimmerton - Fundraising for the Virtuoso Strings Orchestra
    Posted: Tuesday 15 December 2015
  • SPCA Opotiki
    Inner Wheel Club of Opotiki - donating to the SPCA
    Posted: Tuesday 15 December 2015
  • Quiz night in Ahuriri
    Inner Wheel Club of Ahuriri - Fundraiser Quiz Night to raise the travel expenses for a care giver to travel to the UK with a special needs young man to compete in a Tae Kown Do competition.
    Posted: Wednesday 25 November 2015
  • Little Sprouts
    Inner WheelPresident Anne Joyce giving garments knitted by members of the Upper Hutt Club to Amy Helm of Little Sprouts Craft Angels and Jo Alderdice, founder of Little Sprouts, for their baby packs. Club of Upper Hutt - Knitting for Little Sprouts
    Posted: Sunday 15 November 2015
  • Hamlin Fistula Hospital, Addis Ababa
    Blankets for the Hamlin Fistula Hospital, Addis Ababa, Ethipoia by IW club Fairfield.
    Posted: Saturday 15 August 2015
  • FibreOctave 2015
    The combined IW Clubs of Invercargill present FIBREOCTAVE 2015 Supporting St John Ambulance, Southland.
    Posted: Monday 15 June 2015
  • Eastern Bays Hospice, Opotiki
    IW Club of Opotiki - Support Eastern Bay Hospice
    Posted: Friday 1 May 2015
  • Victim Support, Oamaru
    Inner Wheel Club of Oamaru-Donating to Victim Support
    Posted: Wednesday 15 April 2015
  • Days For Girls letter
    Attached is a letter from Sharron of Inner Wheel Manawatu Central Connection, distributing kits to girls in Swaziland.
    Posted: Wednesday 1 April 2015
  • Neo Natal knitting for Barnardos
    Inner Wheel Club of New Plymouth North - Knitting for Barnardos and the Neo Natal Unit
    Posted: Tuesday 24 February 2015
  • Kits For Kindy's
    ‘KITS FOR KINDYS’ – DISTRICT NZ297 - INTERNATIONAL PROJECT During 2014, members of District NZ297 embarked on a commitment to collect resources and supplies for Kindergartens in the "Kits for Kindys" project. Clubs collated their resources at our District Meeting in October 2014.
    Posted: Monday 20 October 2014
  • ROMAC (Rotary Oceania Medical Aid for Children)
    Inner Wheel Club of Fairfield supports ROMAC (Rotary Oceania Medical Aid for Children) Rather than give a donation directly to ROMAC, members of the Inner Wheel Club of Fairfield preferred to give Robert some “goodies” to take home after a 6 month stay in New Zealand.
    Posted: Tuesday 14 October 2014
    Days for Girls is an International Feminine Hygiene programme. If women don't have a way to manage their periods the consequences are profound and lasting. They miss out on schooling and income. They may be exploited in exchange for disposable products. They suffer infections from using ineffective and unhygienic items such as corncobs and mattress stuffing. They lack information and education about menstruation and womens' issues.
    Posted: Sunday 12 October 2014
  • IW Club of Stoke-Tahunanui, Days For Girls
    The IW Club of Stoke-Tahunanui met for a morning in October 2014, to learn how to make up kits for female hygiene to enable women in impoverished communities to improve their lives without having the restrictions of monthly periods and the risk of infection. Every kit gives the woman back up to two months of living in just one year.
    Posted: Sunday 12 October 2014
  • IW Club of Upper Hutt, Days For Girls
    On the right is Helen Griffin from "Days for Girls" and on the left, Rose Crozier from the Inner Wheel Club of Upper Hutt. Helen started up "Days for Girls" in New Zealand, with her daughter, 3 years ago. Check out their website:
    Posted: Sunday 12 October 2014

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