The Endeavour Hills Men’s Shed was a start up by the Rotary Club of Endeavour Hills and is also supported by the City of Casey.
It is part of what has become a world wide movement to provide all men, particularly older or retired men with a friendly environment in which to socialise, share skills and learn newskills.
Members can attend regularly on a weekly basis to join in activities, have a barbecues, listen to guest speakers or just socialise.
It is envisaged that as our shed grows, the range of activities will develop to include the useof hand and machine tools, hobbies, computer classes and community projects. Members are always encouraged to suggest new ideas for projects and activities that interest them.
How is it funded?
The shed is a not-for-profit organisation, initially supported by the Rotary Club of Endeavour Hills and the City of Casey.
Ongoing the shed is to be funded by grants, donations, sponsorships and self-funded.
How is it organised?
The organisational aim of the Men’s Shed is to become an incorporated association governed by a small committee including a President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer.
The Endeavour Hill’s Men’s Shed is associated with several national, state and local organisations, including:
– The Australian Men’s Shed Association
– The Victorian Men’s Shed Association
– The Rotary Club of Endeavour Hills
– City of Casey