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Howth Sutton Lions Club

41 years serving the community

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     Projects and Services

 Our Work in Previous years

   
             
  For an overview summary on Major Project of a particular year click on the individual year: Also below see summary of major projects by year.
             
   
see below for Principal Annual donation

View also by year
1999-00 2008-09
2000-01 2009-10
2001-02 2010-11
2002-03                       2011-12  (unavailable)
2003-04 2012-13
2004-05                       2013-14 (unavailable)
2005-06 2014-2015
2006-07  
2007-08  
 
 

 

               Major Projects by year

  • 1997/98    Museum:-        Howth Martello Tower restoration fund setup, 15,000

  • 1999/00    Ambulance:-    Minibus provided to St Michael's House,  25,000

  • 2000/01    Cancer:-          Early Detection Equipment for Beaumont 
                  
                             Hospital Research Unit     8,000

  • 2001/02    Homeless:-      Cold Store presented to the Dublin Simon Community, 10,000

  • 2002/03    Handicapped:-  Childrens' playground equipment for Donaghmeade special school 

  • 2003/04    Disability:-        Set of Specialized wheel chairs to St Mary's Hospital & Special School for
                                            severely
    handicapped children
    2004/05    Tsunami Disaster:- 13,000 donated through Lions Club International Fund (LCIF)

  • 2005/06    Pakistan Earthquake:-10,000 donated through Lions Club LCIF

  • 2006/07    Minibus to St Michael's House:-   27,500

  • 2007/08    Keadesk Refuge House, Kenya:-  10,000

  • 2008/09    Headway brain injury scanner:-   21,800

  • 2009/10    Haiti Earthquake disaster            17,500

  • 2010/11    ?

  • 2011/12    Computerised speech synthesizer for Aoife, St Mary's Baldoyle (with Malahide and Portmarnock
                     Lions Clubs) 
    20,000

  • 2012/13    Suicide Awareness: 5,000 each to Pieta House & Headstrong (total 10,000)

  • 2013/14    Adapted minibus for L'Arche, Baldoyle,  22,000 of 36,000 cost (completed 2014/2015)

  • 2014/15   7,500 to St Francis Hospice, Raheny; 4,650 share (of 9,300 jointly with Clontarf LC) to
                    Aoibhneas, refuge for women and children, and to St Paul's School for Autistic children.

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           PVDG Lion Jim Corcoran, Lions Carmel MacCanna and Briege Barrett 
            presenting a cheque for 8,000 from Howth/Sutton Lions to Beaumont
            Hospital Cancer Research Centre (Spring 2000).

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Updated October 31, 2014
     

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