Welcome to Lions105a.org : A non profit charity organisation

Where there’s a need, there’s a Lion

Hello and welcome to the website of Lions International District 105A

WHO WE ARE.

Internationally we have over 1.45 million volunteer members in over 210 countries and geographical areas. We are the largest humanitarian service organization in the world and strive to be global leaders in humanitarian projects with service every day – in local communities, throughout the world. Lions have no political or religious affiliations whatsoever. We are a non-profit organisation and have recently been awarded the title No 1 NGO in the world.

Locally, District 105A has over 1360 members from sixty eight diverse Lions Clubs within the areas of London (north of the Thames) Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and Oxfordshire.

WHAT WE DO

Each local Lions Club is unique and supports local community projects and causes including vision, youth, health, environment, disaster relief. Lions Clubs also look further afield and contribute to global health emergencies and natural disasters. Funds are raised in many ways with our annual subscriptions paying for all administration costs. Each Club has a social side too friendships and fun are important .Please take a look at our photo gallery containing some of our projects and also our Facebook site www.facebook.com/LionsClubsDistrict105A

WHERE THERE’S A NEED THERE’S A LION

This next year the Lions International and many of the District 105A Clubs will focus on five core areas using some of the projects below as well as events for the young, the elderly and people with disabilities that reflect our Districts cultural diversity

  • Diabetes by promoting awareness and education to our communities
  • Environment the health of our planet is essential to life –planting trees, providing clean water, recycling programmes and preserving our local areas
  • Hunger by feeding the hungry, stocking food banks and creating sustainable community gardens
  • Childhood Cancer by expanding access to life saving treatment and supporting children and their families
  • Vision by programmes and services for the blind and visually impaired and educating and improving eye health and eye care

I am extremely proud to be the District Governor 105A for July 2018 - June 2019 and along with the support of my husband Andrew will be out and about helping where we can, supporting our members and Clubs, encouraging teamwork and promoting our Organisation

If you think you have what it takes to become a member and make a real difference to people’s lives check out your local lions club and join us in serving your community? Please feel free to contact us via info@lions105a.org.uk so we can tell you which Clubs are in your area and some of the projects they are doing. More hands mean more service.

As District Governor I will encourage and empower Lions to serve their communities,meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding.

District 105A Lions clubs will achieve this by:

Using on programmes and services for the blind and visually impaired o Supporting local and large-scale global health programs to prevent and control diabetes o Organising events that celebrate the diversity of our community especially our senior citizens, people with disabilities and young people;

Our funds are raised in many ways, we pay for our own Administration by way of our annual subscriptions, So all monies collected after event expenses are there to help many others in their endeavours. Occasionally Partnered Charities (Marie Currie and MacMillan Nurses) ask for our help in raising funds o Whilst having fun and making friendships by helping others

DG’s Partner’s Charity

Haven House Children’s Hospice

My husband Andrew has chosen Haven House Children’s Hospice in South Woodford as his nominated Charity of the Year. From its early beginnings it has always been supported by local Lions Clubs and has expanded its services to respite and end of life care, a toy library and care in the community. Working with children from birth to 19 it covers an area including Barking and Dagenham, Redbridge, London City, Newham, Hackney, Waltham Forest, Havering, Islington, Haringey, Enfield, Barnet and West Essex. It also has affiliations with other Children’s hospices throughout our District.s
Please look at their link
www.havenhouse.org.uk

Upcoming Events

  • Lions Club of Hatch End Centennial Charter

    2nd Charter Celebrations £20 per person 3 course meal with soft drinks

  • Earth Day 2019

    Earth Day is an annual event celebrated on April 22. Worldwide, various events are held to demonstrate support for environmental protection. First celebrated in 1970, Earth Day events in more than 193 countries are now coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network. The health of our planet is essential to life. The environment impacts the quality of our air and water, the availability of food and medicine, the health and beauty of our local communities, and the future of us all. Lions and Leos are meeting environmental challenges at the local and global level by planting trees, organisng recycling programs, providing clean drinking water and cleaning up communities to help preserve our environment for generations to come. We believe that a healthy planet is fundamental to the well being of all.

  • Wembley Lions Club - Bhojan Bhajan Evening

    An evening of devotional hymns and dinner in aid of "Children with Cancer" £10 a ticket See poster for more details

  • Fund Raising Event

    Redbridge Centennial Lions Club and Wanstead and Woodford Lions Club holding a fund raising event on 27th of April at The Mayfair venue, 1078-1082 High Road Romford RM6 4BD for our annual Eye camp in Panjab and Gujrat.

  • Sponsored Walk in Aid of LCIF

    A Sponsored Walk in Aid of LCIF is being organised on Sunday 28th April to coincide with World Immunization week (23-29 April). The walk (around 3 Miles) is at Rickmansworth Aquadrome, Hertfordshire WD3 1NB. We need help from all the Lions/Clubs to make it enjoyable and raise funds for our own Charity. All the funds raised will be credited to your individual/club accounts and are all eligible for Melvin Jones Fellowship. More details have been sent to clubs.

  • MD105 Convention - 2019

    The MD 105 Convention will take place from the 3rd May to 5th May in Swansea

  • Charity Golf Day

    Charity Golf day organised by Lions Club of Edgware

  • Harrow & Pinner Lions 56th Charter

    Harrow & Pinner Lions Club 56th Charter 7:00pm for 7:30 pm - £29 per head

  • Charity Golf Day 31st May 2019

    Annual Charity Golf Day @ One of the best courses in the UK. Full day including Brunch & Dinner package OR Dinner only available. Play great golf and help raise money for great charities! Format : 18 holes individual stableford competition Individual : £90.00 (includes – buffet brunch, 18 holes, 3 course dinner with wine and soft drinks) Golf Clinic : £90.00 (includes – buffet brunch, intensive golf clinic run by The Shire Pro, 3 course dinner with wine and soft drinks) Dinner only : £35 (inclusive of wine & soft drinks) Booking forms and contacts: Surendra Sumaria-Shah – surendra@elliottsshah.co.uk Bharat Hindocha - bharat@pricemann.co.uk Mukesh Mapara - mm@bsgvalentine.com Raj Popat – Rajupopat22@gmail.com Vinod Vaghadia - Vinod@Acropolis-Capital.com Jay Pawagadhi - emailcentre@gmail.com Download Booking Form: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1kEjiBCMP9Ccr3nqrYsF2KGUF9JWZCyNu

  • Helen Keller Day

    Born in Tuscumbia, Alabama, USA, in 1880, Helen Keller developed a fever at 18 months of age that left her blind and deaf. With the help of an exceptional teacher, Anne Mansfield Sullivan of the Perkins School for the Blind, Helen Keller learned sign language and braille. A few years later, she learned to speak. As an adult she became a tireless advocate for people with disabilities. And in 1925, she attended the Lions Clubs International Convention and challenged Lions to become "knights of the blind in the crusade against darkness." The Lions accepted her challenge and our work ever since has included sight programs aimed at preventable blindness.

  • World Environment Day

    World Environment Day (WED) is celebrated on the 5th of June every year, and is the United Nation's principal vehicle for encouraging awareness and action for the protection of our environment. First held in 1974, it has been a flagship campaign for raising awareness on emerging environmental issues from marine pollution, human overpopulation, and global warming, to sustainable consumption and wildlife crime. Lions are kind and generous people who want to help. That's why we work on projects to improve our communities and protect the environment. And around the world, Lions demonstrate our commitment to the environment through Lions Green Team projects that protect the planet by cleaning the environment, planting trees, recycling and educating others.

  • Lions Clubs International Convention 2019 - Milan

    The International Convention will be held in Milan from the 5th July to the 9th July.