The Lions in our district do extraordinary work in the community. Here is just a small selection of some of the amazing projects undertaken.
Lions Club of Salisbury Inc
We, the members of the Lions Club of Salisbury respect and acknowledge the diverse community we serve including the traditional owners, the Kaurna people, Salisbury residents from across the world and those born in this country.
We also respect and acknowledge community members with other differences including but not limited to differences of ability, belief, gender identity, outlook and sexuality. We agree to treat everyone equally with kindness and through our service improve our community.
*We encourage all Clubs to adopt a similar statement
Angaston & District Club
Lion Chris Russack of Angaston & District Club, is seen here presenting his newly released poetry book ‘The Angastonic’ to Hearing Dogs CEO David Horne. The books are on sale for $10 each, with the self-proclaimed ‘Barossa bard’ donating all profits from sales of his latest collection of original, humorous verse to Lions Hearing Dogs. Lion Chris hopes all Clubs support this fund-raising project and suggests that these unique books will make ideal raffle prizes, presentations to guest speakers or gifts to fellow Lions around the world.
To purchase, please email Lion Hearing Dogs direct or Lion Chris via email@example.com
City of Adelaide Lions Club
Handmade cushions, port pillows, care packs, book bags & more. Supporting patients in South Australian hospitals, and promoting literacy among SA’s disadvantaged & vulnerable children.
Adelaide Hellenic Lions Club
Glendi is an annual weekend long festival that celebrates Greek culture in Australia. It is the largest ethnic festival in South Australia.
Golden Grove Lions Club
This annual event fundraises for worthwhile charities, organisations and community groups and provides a day out for Proud Car Owners and the General public.
Glenside Lions Club
Through the support of the community, the Bookmart is able to offer a vast and ever changing selection. It is the biggest secondhand book shop in Adelaide.
Clare Lions Club
The wetlands is becoming one of the more important attractions of the Clare Valley. It is popular among walkers, cyclists, bird watchers and those interested in Australian native plants. Dogs are welcome under control.
Elizabeth Playford Lions Club
The Joan Ceely Memorial Book Scholarship is awarded to a student from Fremont-Elizabeth City High School who excelled in year 12 to assist them with the cost of books associated with commencing University.
Kadina Lions Club
This ongoing projects aims to keep the roadside to the east of Kadina, on the Copper Coast, clear of rubbish through road watch.
Gawler Lions Club
The Gawler Lions Station Market caters for a wide range of visitors, offering: fresh fruit & vegetables, farmhouse bakery products, bric-a-brac, toys, flowers and more, on Sundays.
Barossa Valley Lions Club
The prime purpose of the Tinker shed is to provide a venue where interested people can spend time doing projects that they regard as a hobby or pastime.
Burnside Lions Club
This project aims to enrich the quality of life of residents living in aged care facilities by providing digital resources. Sets of digital images are produced covering a range of topics.
Onkaparinga Lions Club
The Lions Club of Onkaparinga have come up with a novel idea to make Walking a safe and pleasant experience when sharing paths with Cyclists.
Kapunda Lions Club
The Kapunda Lions Park is maintained by the Lions of Kapunda. It is a fantastic playground for the locals and visitors to the area to explore.
Glenside Lions Club
The Art Show is an annual event, held in October and has been running for over 24 years. A wide selection of over 400 works of art are put on display.