Donations in Kind

Donations in Kind (DIK) is a recycling and reuse program, focussing on health and education and involves the collection, sorting, packing, dispatch and distribution of donated items to countries in need of these goods.

20161210 dik 2Many goods and products, for which organisations in Australia have no further use, are valuable commodities in needy countries overseas and within Australia. We focus on Education & Literacy, Health & Wellbeing and Vocational.

The goods for distribution need to be in good condition and have a useful life expectancy. For a list of the range of goods needed, please refer to Suitable and Unsuitable Goods

 DIK is moving and needs your help! 

DIK is moving from our warehouse at Minchinbury to new premises at Castle Hill at the end of 2017. We are calling on Eastern Region Rotary Clubs to come and join us for a working bee and lend a hand to sort through stock and eliminate the goods not required.

Download the roster: DIK Working Bees 2017
Contact: DIK Eastern Region Coordinator PP Miriam Jacka This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Register a DIK Project

Application forms to register RAOAF projects for DIK
Criteria for Rotary Australia Overseas Aid Fund (RAOAF)

Register Consignments

20161210 dik 1Donations in Kind have developed a facility to register consignments to overseas destinations. We request that all Rotary Clubs and Rotarians consigning containers or pallets of goods to overseas destinations use our Donations in Kind Depots and this facility. The purpose of this facility is to record all consignments by ROTARY in one place so that when shipping companies contact RAWCS looking for the consignee of a container we can direct them to the person responsible and supply any relevant documentation.

Login to record your consignment (containers & pallets)

Reference
Recommendations for containers to PNG & Solomon Islands
Check lists for consignment of containers to PNG & Solomon Islands
Recommendations for containers to all other developing countries
Check lists for consignment of containers to all other developing countries
Suitable and Unsuitable Goods 

Check lists are in PDF Format. Ensure you have the latest Acrobat Reader DC PDF Reader and you can from the Tools menu select Fill & Sign to enter data and paste in your signature.

Contacts

For more information, or to come to a working bee, please contact PP Miriam Jacka (phone 0450 110 336 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)
LOCATION: DIK Warehouse,2-6 Colyton Rd. Minchinbury&nbsp (Adjacent to McDonalds Restaurant)

RAWCS Rover

Meetings

Quarterly Meeting and AGM Sat 5 & Sun 6 August 2017 Kiama Leagues Club
109 Terralong St, Kiama NSW 2533. Hosted by District 9675

Download Notice of Meeting – Kiama – August 2017
Download Flyer Eastern Region RAWCS Weekend D9675 – 5 & 6 August 2017


FUTURE MEETINGS

D9685
18-19 November 2017
The Entrance, NSW
Then D9650, D9700 and D9710

Pink Umbrella Foundation Grants

Apply for a grant
Pink Umbrella will offer six $1000 grants at the RAWCS Kiama meeting.
Download Application Form 
19 PU grant app Kiama