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 Sydney Children’s Hospital Eye Clinic

 named the Lions Eye Clinic, the Cronulla Lions sponsored the building of the Eye Clinic by raising through the Lions  community around $1.1M. Cronulla Lions raised nearly $700K of this figure. Children from southern Sydney can now  be treated at Randwick rather that needing to travel to Westmead. Cronulla Lions also make a contribution to vital  equipment for the Lions Clinic.

 Salvation Army Red Shield Appeal

 Cronulla Lions chaperone local secondary student on the annual  Red Shield Appeal door knock.

 Sutherland Hospital Paediatric Ward  

 Cronulla Lions has purchased equipment over $200K to support the Paedratric Ward. This  equipment has also allowed the Sutherland Hospital to treat children and newborn locally  without  them needing to be treated at the Sydney children's Hospital.

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 Australian Lions Children's Mobility Foundation –

 Cronulla Lions  purchase a variety of walkers for local  children with  disabilities to assist them in becoming mobile.

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“We need your help to raise essential funds to provide urgent assistance to the drought stricken farmers of rural NSW that have been crippled by one of the worst droughts in recorded history. The Cronulla Lions Club is partnering with the Gunnedah Lions  Club to direct our much needed disaster relief such as feed and water for livestock to the most drought affected areas.

Please give generously to this immediate and worthwhile cause. The Lions Clubs of Australia funds its administrative costs by our members, so you can be certain that 100% of your donations will be applied on the front lines of this crisis. Our farmers need our help now, but we know that Australians will pull together for those most desperately in need!

When it costs $20,000 to put one truck’s worth of feed into the worst affected areas, the time to act is now!”

     Education Project  

LIONS  ongoing Local Community supported projects

  Cronulla Lions Supports Liam’s Sobriety Challenge   

 Supporting Sharks have a Heart

 Bullying campaign and GO COLD

  Go Cold  this July and raise funds to Inspire, Grow, Educate   and Engage our Kids At Cronulla Lions we support worth   while charities

  SO  GO COLD FOR JULY AND DONATE INSTEAD