The Interact Club of Yeronga High School is one of the oldest legacies of the Rotary Club of South Brisbane. Now over 40 years in existence, students are encouraged to begin their experience of providing community service while at high school. This club has contributed significantly over many years to charities like the Royal Flying Doctors Service and most recently by raising the funds for the Helping Hands Project which assembled 10 artificial hands for landmine victims.
The Valentine Day flower sales within the school is a perennial favourite.
In 2010 they participated in a fundraising walk to support the work of Nathanael House – an emergency accommodation house for youth between 14 and 17.
The Rotary Club offers a number of bursaries at the end of year Awards Night.