We are often asked "What happens to the money we donate?" The answer is simple - "Quite a lot!". Read on for details of some of the charities we have recently supported.
The Leatherhead Lions Club Wenceslas Project allows those receiving, but not needing, the Government's Winter Fuel Payment to use it to help others in need to keep warm and fed.
Read more: Wenceslas Project
Through your donations, Leatherhead Lions are proud supporters of The Epsom Medical Equipment Fund (EMEF). Run by local woman, Bess Harding MBE, and helped by a small band of volunteers, EMEF raises funds to purchase items for Epsom General Hospital.
Read more: Epsom Medical Equipment Fund
Pride of place on the nose of this Kent, Surrey & Sussex Air Ambulance Trust helicopter is the Lion's logo, recognising the donations from Lion's supporters in our area.
Read more: Air Ambulance
A project is being run by Leatherhead Lions - one started by Nottinghamshire Ambulance Service - to relieve some of the suffering of children who have to be taken to hospital by ambulance, in possibly frightening circumstances.
Read more: Project Para-Ted
Do you have old, unused glasses that you no longer need? Why not put them to good use by recycling them with the Lions?
Read more: Spectacle Recycling
The Leatherhead Lions Message In A Bottle scheme is a simple but effective way to ensure that emergency services get quick access to essential information if you live alone and they need to enter your house in an emergency.
Read more: Message in a Bottle
On a wet and cold Cobham Heritage Day, Lion Chris Barker, on behalf of the Leatherhead Lions, presented a cheque for £350 to the local branch of Riding for the Disabled.
Read more: Riding for the Disabled