The Vera and District Lion Club
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The Vera and District Lions Club were formed in 2011 and received our charter in November 2012.

The above picture is from one of our fundraisers last year, a Charity Football Match in Mojacar, when Leonardo our Lion Mascot, visited to meet with the team and our President, Sheena Selkirk.

The founder members of the Vera and District Club were in the main, experienced Lions members from the U.K who have made their homes in Spain. In recent years new members from British Expat community have joined our Club.

 There are Lions clubs throughout Spain, some with a mixture of nationalities, some wholly British and some wholly Spanish all helping each other to serve the public. The nearest wholly Spanish Lions Club is located in Huercal Overa.

 There are Lions clubs in over 200 countries in the world with a membership of 1.35 million people. Whilst the Lions Clubs International can reach out across the globe with offers of help it is the role of the Vera and District lions Club to help local charities and other deserving causes.

No member of the Vera and District Lions club receives payment in any form. Our work for the community is entirely voluntary.

How do we help local charities and other deserving causes?

We help the local community in various ways, see below. How- by fundraising.

As a club we organise Fundraising events. This year 2020 will see our third big event, Party in the Park, an all-day music event held in Vera.

Who do we help?

Anyone should be the answer, and thats not far from the truth. (sadly on occasions we may not be able to)

Currently we work very closely with the local community. We support the local foodbanks, assist with equipment loan such as wheelchairs and walkers. Along with cot beds, this list goes on. We also help people in need and have a very good link with the local Nuns, and the Churches. Along with supporting Asprodalba, who help people with disabilities.

Over our short existence we have helped many people in the community with specialised equipment for those in need. Various other means of support to people with serious illness, both Spanish and those who have moved into te area or have been passing through as visitors.

We have donated to the local children’s homes, especially at those times of the year when they may not have what others have the privilege to take for granted, Easter, Christmas etc

If we are asked to help the answer is "How?"

Our work is varied, and no-one is excluded from receiving our help.

For more photos of our events, please visit our Facebook page, Vera and District Lions Club


Please feel free to ask any questions


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