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Berowra Lions Club supports the Dymocks Children's Charities Victoria Appeal

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The Lions Club of Berowra recently donated to support the Dymocks Children's Charities Victorian Appeal to provide books and reading materials to those isolated by restrictions due to COVID-19 lockdowns.

Saturday 3rd October 2020

As seen on TV

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Yesterday Bunnings announced the return of their community sausage sizzles. Last night our club President, Graham Estreich, was interviewed by Channel Nine News about this development.

Thursday 1st October 2020

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World Sight Day - 8 October 2020

World Sight Day logoWorld Sight Day is an annual day of awareness to focus global attention on blindness and vision impairment. It was originally started by SightFirst an initiative of Lions Club International Foundation in 2000.

Celebrating its 30th year, SightFirst strives to rid the world of preventable and reversible blindness by supporting desperately needed health care services.

More than 1 billion people around the world have preventable vision impairment or one that has yet to be addressed. Reduced or absent eyesight can have major and long-lasting effects on all aspects of life, including daily personal activities, interacting with the community, school and work opportunities and the ability to access public services.

Reduced eyesight can be caused by several factors, including diseases like diabetes and trachoma, trauma to the eyes, or conditions such as refractive error, cataracts, age-related macular degeneration or glaucoma.

Lions Clubs history with sight awareness

In 1925, Helen Keller addressed the Lions international convention in Cedar Point, Ohio, USA. She challenged Lions to become "knights of the blind in the crusade against darkness." From this time, Lions clubs have been actively involved in service to the blind and visually impaired.

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November 05 2020 7:00 pm
Board Meeting
via Zoom


Donate help iconNow more than ever we need your donations to allow us to continue to help our community.

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Photo of The Berowra District Hall

The Berowra District Hall (opened 1898) is a restored heritage hall available for concerts, parties, meetings, classes, etc.

The hall was saved from demolition and then restored by the Lions Club of Berowra. The Club continues to manage and maintain this historical asset on behalf of Hornsby Shire Council and the community.

Bookings are now open again - limit of 26 people at one time

Read about the history of this link with Berowra's past.

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The Lions Club of Berowra Inc - " We Serve "

Lions have been a part of the Australian community since 1947 (and part of the Berowra community since 1973). Helping to serve the people without promise or want of reward. The silent workers, working for the greater good. Lions are people just like you!

To join a Lions Club is by invitation, but applications are encouraged from all members of the community. Membership is open to men and women over the age of 18 years and of good moral character and reputation. We are a growing club, and welcome community-minded new members.

Although we are based in Berowra, we support and service the communities of Mt. Colah, Mt. Kuring-gai, Cowan, Brooklyn, Mooney Mooney, Cheero Point and the various Hawkesbury River settlements.

The Lions Club of Berowra Inc (ABN: 41 168 989 909) holds a charitable fundraising authority (No. 15595) under section 13A of the Charitable Fundraising Act 1991.

Come along to one of our Dinner Meetings as our guest, hear one of our Guest Speakers and meet the members of your community who are already in The Lions Club of Berowra.

For more information, email or telephone Graham Estreich (President) on 0432 343 677



Total donations to date:

A list of the organisations to whom we have given funds and support can be viewed here
* Note: The Lions Club of Berowra has a proud history of supporting many organisations since its formation in 1973 but it is only since July 2006 that we have recorded beneficiaries and donations on this web site.

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