About Our Club

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Wednesdays at 7:00 AM
Boulcott's Farm Heritage Golf Club
Military Rd
Lower Hutt,  5010
New Zealand
We meet on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month, 7:00-8.30 am. Visitors are most welcome.
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Jun 01, 2022
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Jul 20, 2022
A new approach to fundraising
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Club Stories
Local businesses are swinging in behind the Rotary Hutt City raffle to raise funds for furnishing two Whanau rooms at the new Wellington Children's Hospital. Research New Zealand, CK & Co NZ, Whitelabel NZ and NLC Payroll have each purchased 100 tickets at $10 each and challenge other local businesses to do the same.
To sweeten the challenge, participating businesses will go into a draw to win a massive 4.5kg block of Toblerone chocolate!
With big dreams and a vision for a walking and cycling trail from Red Rocks, Owhiro Bay, to Point Howard, Rotary Hutt City member Allan Brown was a driving force behind a unique coalition established in 2008. 
Bringing together Living Streets Aotearoa, Cycle Aware Wellington and Rotary, the Great Harbour Way was born.  A charitable trust was formed, funds were raised to support expert advice, and 35 submissions were made to local councils and NZTA. 
The fruits of this work were revealed in 2021, with the announcement of Government funding for the Ngauranga-Petone and  Eastern Bays sections, as well as additional funding for the Hutt River Trail (another flagship project originated by Rotary Hutt City members in 1992), the granting of resource consents and the announcement of a project delivery team.
With construction expected to begin in 2022, the vision of a seamless walking and cycling route around Wellington Harbour with links to the Hutt River Trail and on to the Wairarapa, is on the way to becoming a reality and a unique community resource for the Wellington and Hutt communities.

Applications are now open for the Innovative Young Minds (IYM) 2022 Online and Residential Programmes.

The Innovative Young Minds programme is a pioneering initiative changing the way young women in Years 11 and 12 view careers in science, technology, engineering, maths and high-tech manufacturing (STEMM).

During the programmes, IYM participants experience first-hand what it is like to work in these fields as local businesses, research-led companies, crown research institutes, and tertiary education providers open their doors to showcase the work they do and profile the myriad of job opportunities available.

Our 2020-21 Annul Report is now available to club members in the Documents section. The report highlights the achievements of the club during the year, including strong membership growth, a range of successful fundraising projects and community engagement, and social activities. 
Rapid progress is being made with the construction and fitting-out of the new hospital building. Notwithstanding lockdown disruptions and supply chain delays, there have been only relatively minor delays to the building programme. 


All works are scheduled to be completed by February and, once rigorous commission testing of all services has been completed, the building will be open to patients and families in Autumn 2022.

The Spring Newsletter is available here.

In the final push by Rotary District 9940 clubs to raise $400,000 for the two whanau spaces in the new hospital, Rotary Hutt City is to organise a major raffle with substantial prizes on offer.