Following our successful "We CAN do Better' campaign, we welcomed the Co-ordinator of the Gippsland Christian Church Community Care, Matthew Davey, who provided a very informative explanation of how our project will benefit those in need over the next 12 months.  The club was pleased to present a cheque for $400 to Matthew being from funds donated during the campaign.   
 
Each Thursday, during the month of June, Moe Rotarians sought to 'Serve to Change Lives' by volunteering their time to collect food cans in the foyer of Woolworths in Moe.
 
The cans came rolling in and approximately 1800 cans were donated.
 
Organiser of the campaign, Rotarian Di Harrison, is very grateful to everyone who donated a can or money to the 'We CAN Do Better' food can collection initiative. "People in our area really care about the welfare of others and we should acknowledge that more often."
 
Food cans will be packed into hampers and distributed to local families in need by the Gippsland Christian Church Community Care arm which operates a locally-based food relief program.
 
                         
Rotarians Ross Maxfield and Dave Wood
receiving a donation
 President Robin Noakes with Woolworths store manager, Justin Presley and Rotarian Di. Kath from GCCCC Foodbank with Di Harrison