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ROMP Team in Shepparton 2023

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Many Rotary Clubs, together building support for people living with myeloma in regional and remote Australia.

Led by the *Rotary Club of Camberwell, the Rotary Outreach Myeloma Program – “ROMP” - is a long-established multi-club, multi district, award-winning Rotary Club program.

Through engagement with our fellow Rotary Clubs and their communities, we aim to make a meaningful difference in the lives of people in regional and remote Australia who are living with myeloma and other cancers.

As Rotarians we know that it is not “fair to all concerned” that people living with cancer in regional and remote communities cannot access the treatment services and life outcomes that are more readily accessible in the capital cities.

We reach out to Rotary Clubs across regional Australia to join us as we together –

• build awareness of myeloma and other cancers in regional Australia

• support the work of Myeloma Australia (the only myeloma specific charity in Australia


• support and promote the invaluable services provided by regional cancer treatment centres and their committed staff members.

• recognise and celebrate the pivotal roles of registered nurses employed in those treatment centres


• provide fully funded scholarships in cancer nursing to support them in their commitment to improve outcomes for patients in their care.

• encourage club-by-club support for families in their communities who are living with cancer


For more information please contact the Secretary


  • The Rotary Club of Camberwell is a member club of District 9800 of Rotary International. Rotary is “everywhere”. 1100 Clubs and 33,000 members across Australia are focused upon community service.

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