Some of the originations and groups who have received donations over the years

In our Community 
 

250 presented to DAAT winners of Clubs Business Duck Race

Winners of business Duck race

2013 Homebase - 250 to Devon Air Ambulance   
2014 Hybrid Gallery - 300 toEast Devon Cystic Fibrosis Quality of life Fund
Presentation of 300 cheque to Hybrid Gallery and CF
Another 1000 to DAAT

<< Devon Air Ambulance 1500 > >

500 presentation to Devon Air Ambulance following Lions Golf day
Lions around the globe assisting people Special Childs Car Seat Purchased for local family, working with local business Lion Tom with Richard from Devon Pram Centre
Honiton Beaver Scouts
Honiton youth clubs
Help for Heroes
Rockbeare Primary School
Honiton Rugby Youth Club Team
Friends of Honiton Library
Honiton Youth Orchestra
WESC
TRIP community Transport HALFF Axminster

Honiton Gymnastics Club

Busy Bee Pre-school Honiton
Upottery Pre-school Honiton
Ottery St Mary Rangers
Marie Curie
Cumbria Flood Disaster
Chestnut Appeal
Ottery St Mary Primary Hi-Vis Jackets Littletown Primary Academy Hi-Vis Jackets
Honiton Primary School Hi-Vis Jackets
Diabetes UK & the British Heart Foundation via TESCO
The Nookery
Devon Scouts
Kings School
1st Honiton Guides
1st Honiton Brownies

Headway Hospiscare
Mill Water School Hi-Vis Jackets
 Honiton Hospital League of Friends
Brainwave Hospice South West
Boscastle flood Disaster
Local student with Tall Ships race
Children's Guides and Scout Groups
Ottery St Mary Hospital League of -Friends
Honiton Cricket team (Youth)
Honiton Football team (Youth)
Kings Centre Food Bank
Disabled Honiton resident - car hoist

Motor Neurone
International Air Cadet Member
Hospice - Lions Den
Honiton youth swimming club
National Memorial Arboretum
Assisting local students doing overseas -knowledge enhancement
Cystic Fibrosis Trust
Plymtree Primary School
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Honiton family via Devon CC
Tipton St John - Explorer Group
Breast care support via Lions Ladies
Honiton Food Bank via Lions Ladies
Hanging baskets Honiton Town - Chamber of Commerce
Honiton Millennium Green
Adult and Community Services
White goods to local resident
Honiton Food Bank
Littletown Primary Academy Library

Handover of the Garden Shed and Chicken Coop
Honiton Community College
 
Photographic competition 200 to winners  >>>

 <<<   Handover of garden shed and chicken coop  

Honiton Community College Photo Comp 200 given in prizes
 Lion Ron Webb presenting cash and T Shirts to Andy Taylor and his PE Sports group
Honiton Community College
 
100 Cheque towards  Honiton College Senior Citizens Christmas Lunch 2012/13/14/15 >>>> 

<<< Cash and T-Shirts. Heading for Ethiopia, Sports & PE group 2013.

 2014 partyView of the Christmas Lunch at Honiton college   


   Lions as drinks staff at party 2013


 

200 from Lions ladies and 1000 from Lions 
 << HOSPISCARE and FORCE >>
Lions Ladies presenting their cheques for 500 - 2012 & another 400 Nov 2013, 750 to both in 2015 and 500 to FORCE in 2016.  Lions & Lions Ladies 1200 May 2014 towards new Hospiscare centre in Honiton
Lions Ladies presenting 500 cheque to HOSPISCARE
Devon Freewheelers
Being presented with 2 x 500 & 1 x 1000 cheques  2012 & 2100 DeFib in 2015
 Visit the Freewheelers web site to see all their work   
Handover of 1st 500 to Devon Freewheelers The 2nd 500 cheque following charity golf day Another 1000 raised at the duck race for Devon Freewheelers Lions 2100 DeFib being installed on First responder bike

2100 DeFib being installed on First Responder Bike

Lion President Steve presenting the Devon Free Wheelers with a cheque for 1000

And starting off 2013

with another 1000

300 petrol account opened at Honiton garage for freewheelers

Grant of 300 for petrol 2014


                                                                                                          

 

The National Memorial Arboretum - The Lions Shelter

HRH The Countess of Wessex, as the patron of Lions Clubs International in the British Isles and Ireland, officially opened the Lions shelter on Wednesday 14 September 2011

It shows the spirit of Lionism to Serve the community by providing everyone with a building so that they can shelter from the nmalogoelements and take time to remember their relatives and friends who have died in whatever circumstances.
"The Lions from across the British Isles and Ireland have pulled together to raise over 30,000 to achieve their goal and we are sure that the visitors to the Arboretum will appreciate all the hard work it has taken to raise this money for such a worthwhile cause."