Remember: Smile and the 'World Smiles With You' 

Rotary WA welcomes you to Climb For A Smile 2015 at Brookfields 108 St Georges Terrace, Perth. If you participated previously you will know the climbs were a huge success surpassing all expectations and raising over $300,000 for Rotary causes.

This year we invite you to be part of Climb for a Smile which will be much bigger and better. So why not create a team, encourage your friends to join in and open a fundraising page.

For those new to Climb for a Smile, participants are encouraged to raise funds for their preferred charity as they walk, jog or run up the 50 floors / 1,042 steps via one of the tower stairwells on the morning of Sunday 13 September 2015. Faster climbers are sent off first. In the week prior to the event all climbers are advised of their start time and advised to arrive at the tower at least 20 minutes prior to this time.

Once again in 2015 we are supporting the following causes as well as others introduced by Rotary Clubs and Community Groups as they come on board.

Are you a Community Group?

Community groups looking to participate will need to contact Rob Bunning on 0407 012 214 to register their group. The group form can be found on the 'Downloads page'

Supporting our worthy causes

Once again, in 2015, we are supporting the following worthy causes.  

Teen Challenge

Teen Challenge Western Australia is a youth drug and alcohol rehabilitation and
training program that seeks to enable and equip young people and their families to
find freedom from addictive behaviour and ensure their long term social, physical
and emotional health.

Rotary for Melanoma Research

Australia has the highest rate of skin cancer in the world. Rotary for Melanoma
Research is supporting research into the early detection and diagnosis of Melanoma
Skin Cancer. This skin cancer research is being performed by Prof Mel Ziman and the
Edith Cowan University Melanoma Research Group.


A $350 donation will fund an operation by a volunteer surgeon that will change an
unfortunate child's life forever, by providing cleft palate, burns and other remedial
surgery. You'll feel proud you raised it.

Rotary's End Polio Now Campaign

We are 'That Close', Polio's now endemic in only three countries and Rotary, with the help of World Health Organisation (WHO) have reduced Polio from 350,000 worldwide cases a year in 1985 to only 61 last year. To see how Bill Gates will increase your donation. Read more... 

Other climbers are also supporting these causes

Their are a number of other causes that you may wish to support.

Mukti mission 

Mukti mission has been bringing hope to destitute women and children in India for over 125 years, at its 230 acre campus at Kedgaon in the Maharashtra State. Read more...


Romac provides medical treatment for children from developing countries in the form of life saving and/or dignity restoring surgery not accessible to them in their home country. Read more...

Wheels for Hope

Wheels for Hope’s primary focus is to assist WA families with disabilities, who do not have the benefit of suitable mobility, to access critical medical and remedial care and engage with the community. Read more...

Cancer Support WA

For over 30 years, Cancer Support WA has helped and supported many thousands of Western Australians affected by cancer through an integrative approach to treatment and healing. Read more...

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