MORE ABOUT BRICKTOBER-PERTH
What is Bricktober-Perth in W.A?
Bricktober-Perth is a yearly event that showcases models built from LEGO® by fans of the brick in Perth W.A. Exhibitions and displays of LEGO® for all ages.
Bricktober-Perth is also a family friendly event that brings the community and fans of the brick in Perth, WA together.
Bricktober – Perth is a project of The Rotary Club of Ascot (Inc). in conjunction with The West Coast LEGO® Users Group
The Rotary Club of Ascot (Inc) is a non Political and non Religious Community Service organisation that is made up of leaders in their professions that volunteer their time to help out their local and international communities.The organising committee of Bricktober-Perth are all volunteers who donate their time to the project. All for free!!!!
Long time Lego® enthusiasts, and Ascot Rotarians, Stephen and Joanna Kendall have a passion for all things Lego®.
Both having grown up with LEGO®, they have together visited 6 Legoland® parks and participated in The LEGO® INSIDE TOUR, they both enjoy sharing the hobby. The Kendall’s love of LEGO® has prompted them to put their energies towards the inception of Bricktober – Perth.
Beneficiaries of Bricktober – Perth
Bricktober – Perth is hosted by The Rotary Club of Ascot (Inc) to raise funds to go towards support for programs for young children and other Rotary and Community Projects.
The main beneficiaries of the event have been:-
- Set up and funding of clubs that offer the “LEGO ® Play Experience” to children.
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- Support for The Arthur Bray Foundation, a fund that assists youth in participating in leadership and development programs.
- Support for The Rotary Foundation that funds and develops programs around the world, helping to achieve world understanding and peace through international humanitarian, educational, and cultural exchange programs.
- The world eradication of Polio is one of the funds main projects.
- Coordinating and funding the supply of fresh water in East Timor Leste
The Rotary Club of Ascot has, in the last 6 years, developed the supply of fresh drinking water to communities in East Timor Leste.
The Rotary Club of Ascot was very proud to donate tubs of Lego to 28 new Lego Clubs so far.
The recipients include:
- Belmay Primary
- Belmont Primary School
- St Augustines Primary School
- Kewdale Primary School
- Lathlain Primary
- Autism Association of WA
- Alyssa’s Autism Acceptance Project (Inc)
- Holland Street Special Needs School
- Southwell Primary School
- Anglican Parish of Wongan Hills- Dalwallinu
- Cornerstone Christian College
- Belridge Secondary School
- Kinross Primary School
- Jacaranda Community Centre
- Ellenbrook Independent Primary School
- South Thornlie Primary School
- Guildford Grammar
- South Thornlie Primary School
- Geographe Education Support
- Rivervale Primary School
- Be My Koorda Support Group
- City of Gosnells Rotaract Club
- Perth Junior Brick Builders
- Cloverdale Primary
- Highgate Primary School
- Maida Vale Primary School
- Wembley Downs Primary school
- Herne Hill Primary School
- Good Shepherd Primary School
- Willetton Senior High School
- Swanbourne Primary School
- North Balga Primary School
- Holy Cross College
- Belgravia Foundation
- Sothern River College
That’s over 500,000 bricks in 54 tubs at a value of $80,000 all raised through the efforts of Bricktober-Perth, WA’s largest, Fan build LEGO® show.
If your Community Group or School is interesting in applying for a grant, please email us.
What is Rotary?
Rotary is an organisation of 1.2 million neighbours, friends, and community leaders who come together to create positive, lasting change in our communities and around the world.
Our differing occupations, cultures, and countries give us a unique perspective. Our shared passion for service helps us accomplish the remarkable.
Members of Rotary are called Rotarians and are all volunteers that give of their time to make the world a better place.
For more information visit our club website www.ascotrotary.org.au7