District 201N1
DG John Davis
(2017-2018)

New South Wales, Australia

DISTRICT PROJECTS & FOUNDATIONS

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Australian Lions Childhood Cancer Research Foundation

Funds donated by local Lions clubs and the public to ALCCRF go to the best childhood cancer research conducted right across Australia which specifically targets improved survival rates.

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Australian Lions Children's Mobility Foundation

The Australian Lions Children's Mobility Foundation works with State Cerebral Palsy Associations and Local Clubs to assist children who are affected by Cerebral Palsy with mobility devices to allow children to stand and walk to the best of their ability.

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Australian Lions Drug Awareness Foundation

The aim of the Australian Lions Drug Awareness Foundation (ALDAF) is primarily charged with the development and provision of suitable drug awareness resources and materials for use by Lions, Lioness and Leo Clubs of Multiple District 201.

For more information on the Australian Lions Drug Awareness Foundation (ALDAF):

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Australian Lions Foundation

The Australian Lions Foundation (ALF) provides financial assistance and support to local communities in times of need. The Australian Lions Foundation is amongst the first to offer disaster relief whenever and wherever it should strike.

For more information on the Australian Lions Foundation and its activities:

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Camp Getaway

Camp Getaway is a project of Lions District 201N1. The aim of Camp Getaway is to provide a holiday for children aged 11 to 13 who would not normally have access to such an experience.

For more information on Camp Getaway

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Christmas Cakes & Mints

The Lions Christmas Cake and Pudding program & Lion Mints are a major fund raising project of Lions Australia. 

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Community Challenge

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Disasters Alert

The District's Disasters Alert Chairman is responsible for the production and implementations of Lions response under the District Emergency Plan.

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Hearing Dogs

Lions Hearing Dogs is a project of the Lions Australia providing dogs for the deaf and hearing impaired at no cost to the recipient.

For more information on Lions Hearing Dogs:

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Lions Clubs International Foundation and International Relations

Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) helps Lions improve people’s lives around the world, from combating vision problems to responding to major catastrophes to providing valuable life skills to youth.

For more information on Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF):

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Lions NSW-ACT Sight and Health

Lions NSW-ACT Sight & Health is the business name of Lions Clubs NSW-ACT Save Sight and Health Care Limited which acts as Trustee for both Lions NSW-ACT Save Sight Foundation Charitable Trust and Lions Clubs NSW-ACT Public Health Care Foundation.

For more information on the Save Sight & Healthcare Foundations:

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Nurses Scholarships, Diabetes and Spinal Cord

The mission of the Lions NSW/ACT Nurses Scholarship Foundation is to provide the opportunity for nurses in NSW & ACT to continue their professional development.

For more information on the Nurses Scholarship Foundation:

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Organ Donation Awareness

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Peace Posters

Peace Poster Contest – “Our World, Our Future”

Lions Clubs can support this program in their community for children in local schools or organised youth groups. Students who are 11, 12 or 13 years of age on 15th November each year are encouraged to visually depict their interpretation of the contest’s theme. Each year a different theme incorporating Peace is chosen.

For more information on Peace Posters:

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Recycling

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Young Leaders in Service

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Youth Exchange

The Lions International Youth Exchange Program was established  to give youth an opportunity to travel to exciting international destinations for up to 6 weeks.

The Lions Youth Exchange Program caters for both inbound and outbound youth exchanges.

For more information on the Lions Youth Exchange program:

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Youth of the Year

If you are a young person looking to have an unequaled opportunity to experience an interview situation – in a friendly atmosphere – and a chance to practice your public speaking skills consider entering the Lions Youth of the Year program.

For more information on the Youth of the Year program:

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