Canberra Rotary Peace Bell.

Website creation and management/ artwork for banners/ videos.

The bell was launched on 23 February 2018. 

Many events have been since that date including Harmony Day in March, Ride for Peace in March, Anzac Day Ceremony in April, Sri Chinmoy Half Marathon in June, Nuclear Non-proliferation day in July, International Day of Peace in September, Anti Nuclear Remembering Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August, and many Embassy Days during the year.

Block of kaki colour with word Fred signed across

The early website.

Initially, the website showed all the World Peace Bells in the world along with our plans for the future. Move forward to 2023 and it lists upcoming celebrations and events and reports on events we ran along with video coverage of the speakers and dignitaries.

Every event is promoting world peace.

The design is continually being refreshed.

Block of kaki colour with word Fred signed across

The Japanese Candle Festival.

After a two-year break due to Covid-19, the Festival returned on Saturday 3 December 2022.

I designed two huge banners to identify our stalls where we sold Saki and Japanese pancakes.

Rotary clubs must raise funds to run the humanitarian programs they support in the community. A good fundraiser.

International Day of Peace.

All World Peace Bells are rung on — 21 September each year. The Chief Minister’s Rotary Peace Prize winner is announced during the ceremony.

The Rotary Club of Canberra Burley Griffin makes a donation of $1,000US to the Rotary Foundation and the recipient is named a Paul Harris Fellow.

This enables the Foundation to continue with its great humanitarian work.