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Information for Rotarians

Belonging Matters is running a project, fully funded by the Department of Social Services, to partner with Rotary and business networks to develop jobs for people with intellectual disabilities and Autism. People with a disability are not often considered when it comes to employment or work. As Rotary has a strong history of community service, and Rotarians have a lot of business networks, it is an ideal partner to help people with a disability find work. Rotary and Belonging Matters share similar values. For example, Rotary’s Four-Way Test asks - ‘Is it the truth? Is it fair to all concerned? Will it build goodwill and better friendships? Will it be beneficial to all concerned?’

For more information on how Rotarians can be involved, download our CEP brochure for Rotarians (PDF, 881KB)

Learn more about asking businesses to get involved by downloading the How Do I Ask? tip sheet (PDF, 807 KB)

Amelia, a volunteer at the cafe, in the kitchen wearing a glove and holding a towel.

Photo of Amelia working in a cafe kitchen.

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