Virtual Car Parking at the Ekka - For a Good Cause

Planning to go to the Ekka Online this year?  How about a virtual car park?

The Rotary Club of Brisbane Mid-City is offering virtual car parks, with proceeds going to two very good causes.

“Rotary is a community service organisation and Ekka parking is our biggest source of project funds each year – except this year,” explains Brisbane Mid-City President, well known consultant industrial chemist Lisa Bateson.

“Two of the main causes we’ve supported for years are

  • education scholarships for disadvantaged students at Yeronga State High School, a really diverse community with 62 nations represented in their school population, and
  • support for the Springs of Hope Foundation in Kenya, started by amazing Queensland woman Jennifer Hughes-Bystrom to create a home for orphans she rescued off the street and that now gives vulnerable young mothers struggling the opportunity to become self-sufficient through vocational training.

“Up until this year, a generous local business has kindly allowed us to charge for parking at their car park near the Ekka.

“Faced with losing $5000 from our major annual fund raiser this year, we decided to offer virtual car parks.”

Help us by “purchasing” a $30 one-day park, $60 two-day park or $100 whole-of-Ekka park, just go on line at rotary-virtual-ekka-car-park.raisely.com

EKKA Parking 2019 Ben Tim

    • Meeting Times

      Every Friday (except statutory holidays) in the function rooms on Level 4 of The Brisbane Club Tower, 241 Adelaide Street, Brisbane. The best entrance is from Post Office Square (the level above Adelaide Street) through the double glass doors and then right through another set of swing doors to the Brisbane Club lift.

      Arrival is from 12.15 pm with lunch at 12.45 pm. Meetings conclude at 2.00 pm sharp. Visiting Rotarians are extremely welcome.

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