Lions Club of Kuala Lumpur Central (CSP)

Project Name : Classroom for Pemulihan Khas Linus

Club : Lions Club of Kuala Lumpur Central
Project Name : Classroom for Pemulihan Khas Linus
Project Description : A sponsor of 20 ft cabin to SJK (T) Alor Gajah to convert it as a classroom to replace the existing classroom which heavily affected by termite problem.

1. Objective : To create a new place for the low performance students to attend the classes mainly mathematics, english, and bahasa melayu and under the syllabus from ministry of education (Pemulihan Khas Linus).
2. Started : 2017
3. Members : 8
4. Benefited : 50
5. Man hour : 4
6. Frequency : Week days
7. Fund: RM10,000
8. Why and how : With the efforts from school (PIBG and teachers), assistance from members of Lions Club of Tampin and the sponsors’ support.
9. Other info : The selection of the students are based on the tests (module from ministry of education) result. Any of the selected students require to attend the class and every half yearly there will be an assessment given to the students. Any students who passed the exam then will back to normal class for the subjects. A total of approximate 50 students were attended the classes.

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Lions Club of Segamat Jaya (CSP)

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Club : Lions Club of Segamat Jaya
Project Name : Centennial Community Legacy Project
Project Description : Lions Club Of Segamat Jaya has carried out a very meaningful Centennial Community Legacy Project on 30th March 2017 by donating a total of 40 stone tables and benches to 15 schools in the local community. With the club name and lions logo painted on the tables and benches, these are lasting gift that will benefit the school and the students for years to come.

The handover ceremony was witnessed by our Centennial District Governor Lion Sashekala Pathmanathan and District Chairman for Centennial Services Lion Dato’ Javern Lim.
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1. Objective : Our aim is to show our lions’ consideration and caring heart to students, teachers or visitors who need a comfortable place to sit for a while or that they might like to enjoy a meal outdoors instead of inside a school cafeteria . To promote awareness our Lion volunteerism services among students and allow them getting chance to learn how rewarding it is to help others for the betterment of our community.
2. Started : 2004
3. Members : 15
4. Benefited : students of 15 schools
5. Man hour : One month
6. Frequency : annually
7. Fund: RM16,000
8. Why and how :
9. Other info :

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Submitted by: Name : Lion Lee Kok Hsing

Message from Council Chairman, District 308

When Dato’ Javern Lim the Chief Editor for “District 308B1 Legacy Book Project” asked me to write the message, I was honour and intrigued, It’s also give me great pleasure to send you my heartiest congratulations on your book to commemorate Centennial Year Celebration of Lions Clubs International in your District 308 B1.

Growth of Lionism over the century has been spectacular and eventful in meeting its objective as the nation’s voluntary service club organization under the motto of “We Serve”. It all started when the vision of a group of leaders who were willing to share their time money and ideals with less fortunate and gathered together to form first Lions Club International.

For the past 58 years, Lions Clubs in District 308 B1 have constantly worked together to improve the lives of individuals in your community. Your District’s signature projects like Lions Renal Centers, Lions Eyes Clinic, Lions Education Foundation, Lions Down Syndrome Centres are testimony and records of your remarkable collective achievements.

This book is not only about your outstanding achievement over years, which can be credited to the high level of quality leadership with proven commitment to serve the less fortunate, but it is also about the story of the human spirit. Your untiring self-sacrifice and compassion of LIONISM for 58 years are an inspiration to all.

With a huge array of pictures, memorabilia and with anecdotes and personal recollections contributed by numerous past and present Lions Leaders ,the book will be treasured not only by those connected to Lions whether as Lions or as friends of Lions, but by all those who to know about the history and future of Lionism in District B1.

May all of you continue to live up to the prestigious reputation and recognition in providing humanitarian services that benefits the less fortunate.

New Mountains to Climbs, Another Summit

Shawn Lee
Council Chairperson 2016-2017
Multiple District 308

Lions Club of Malacca Vision City

Project Name : King Rama 5 Temple

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Club : Lions Club of Malacca Vision City
Club No. : 117876
Sponsor Club : Lions club of Jasin
Charter Date : 3/10/2012
Charter President : Lion JP Alvin Tan Beng Lock
Centennial President (2016-2017) : Lion Roger Tan Leong Chew, PJK
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Project Name : King Rama 5 Temple
Project Description :
Lions club of Malacca Vision City carried out centennial services, donation for building temple , festivals, printing books Buddhism and annual prayers with the local community in Thailand . Do also give daily household items for the poor and senior citizens .

1. Objective of the Signature Project
1. Helping the community
2. Create awareness of importance of sharing and taking care of the poor

2. Started
July 2009

3. Members Involved
3

4. Benefited
1000

5. Man hour spent
90

6. Frequency
Once in a year , festivals & special temple prayers

7. Fund needed
5,000

8. Source of Fund
Sponsored by senior lion JP Alvin Tan Beng Lock, project fund and members’ contribution

9. Critical success factor
Travelling , Time consuming on individual lions up to Thailand . Arrangements and supportive lions made the program successful

10. Other info

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Submitted By : Lion Alvin Tan Beng Lock, JP

Lions Club of KB Centennial

Project Name : School Bags and Equipment Donation

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Club : Lions Club of KB Centennial
Club No. :
Sponsor Club : Lions Club of Kota Bahru
Charter Date : 24th December 2016
Charter President : Lion Tracy Wong Sook Fong
Centennial President (2016-2017) : Lion Tracy Wong Sook Fong
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Project Name : School Bags and Equipment Donation
Project Description :
This project allow members of the newly chartered Club, Lions of KB Centennial to donate school bags, equipment and to distribute high grade nutritional product like vitamin c to financially poor pupils of the SJK (C) Poy Hwa in Pasir Parit, 17060, Pasir Mas, Kelantan

1. Objective of the Signature Project
To help meet the costs of educational material & equipment (exercise books, pencils, pens, rubbers, schoolbags, TV set, etc.) for financially poor students in primary school.

2. Started
2016

3. Members Involved
4 – 6 members

4. Benefited
30 students

5. Man hour spent

6. Frequency
Annually

7. Fund needed
RM1000 – RM1500

8. Source of Fund
Project fund

9. Critical success factor
Commitment among members who strongly believe and feel that education is a right, not a privilege. We want the financially poor children we support to have a bright future of their own tomorrow.

10. Other info

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Submitted By : Lion Tracy Wong Sook Fong

Lions Club of Damansara KL (CSP)

Project: Feed The Hunger (FTHP)

Centennial Service Project – Feed the Hunger Project 2016-17

Lions Club of Damansara Kuala Lumpur

Project: Feed The Hunger (FTHP)
OC: Lion Tan Sooi Ann
Total spent: Around RM4,000 X 9 = RM36,000

This is District Governor’s initiative project for the year. After hearing the project being announced by our District Governor Sashekala Pathmanathan during her Inauguration in July 2016 in Melaka, our Club Member Tan Sooi Ann pledged to do at least 12 times (in 12 different venues) in the year 2016-2017.

Being the Organising Chairperson, Tan Sooi Ann & his family members took the trouble to purchase food & other cooking ingredients from the marketplace & personally cooked for the residents & all the guest. He also encouraged other Lions families to join & brought food & helped to support the Luncheon. Besides food, guests were also usually entertained to

performances by the talented Homes Children. Sometimes we also brought in a magician clown and other entertainers to add joy to the event.

We had completed total nine (9) FTHP as of 26 February 2017.

FTHP #1
Date: 31 July 2017
Venue: Ampang Old Folks Home, Ampang
Note: 130 pax attended of which 60 are Old Folks

FTHP #2
Date: 28 August 2016
Venue: Rumah Charis, OUG (included Angel Home)
Note: 165 pax attended of which 95 are Old Folks & Children

FTHP #3
Date: 11 September 2017
Venue: Shuang Fu Home, OUG (included Angel Home & Bodhi Home)
Note: 300 pax attended of which 140 are Old folks, Children & Physically Challenged

FTHP#4
Date: 1 October 2016
Venue: Yayasan Sunbeams Home, Cheras
Note: 155 attended of which 100 are Children

FTHP #5
Date: 20 November 2016 (Deepawali)
Venue: Pertubuhan Kebajikan Yesuvin Mahligai (YM) Selangor, Kajang
Note: 135 pax attended of which 70 are Old Folks & Physically Challenged

FTHP #6
Date: 20 November 2016
Venue: Pertubuhan Penjagaan Kanak-Kanak Cacat Klang (PPKKCK)
Note: 123 pax attended of which 75 are Old Folks & Physically Challenged

FTHP #7
Date: Sunday, 4 December 2016
Venue: Lake View Club, Subang Jaya
Note: 150 pax attended od which 110 are Children from 7 Homes.

FTHP #8
Date: 15 January 2017
Venue: SJKC Yuk Chai, Petaling Jaya
Note: 1,000 guests attended our function, 384 of these guests were old folks and children from sixteen (16) Charity Homes.

FTHP #9
Date: 26 February 2017
Venue: Lovely Nursing Home, PJ
Note: 133 pax attended of which 80 are Old Folks & Physically Challenged

The above were the nine projects carried so far as of press time. Organising Chairperson Tan Sooi Ann never slowed-down and will continue to look for suitable Homes to do at least 3 more before the end of year at June 2017.

Thank You.

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Lions Club of Labis

Project Name : Annual Blood Donation Project

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Club : Lions Club of Labis
Club No. : 040551
Sponsor Club : Lions Club of Segamat
Charter Date : 1st November 1981
Charter President : Dr Tay Boon Chong
Centennial President (2016-2017) : Lion Yong Soo Lan
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Project Name : Annual Blood Donation Project
Project Description :
Importance of Blood Donation Project
Because the need for blood is constant, so is the need for donations. Every day, all the hospitals and clinics in need blood and blood components to treat patients, since most surgical interventions and a great number of medical procedures require blood transfusions.

1. Objective of the Signature Project
The build wider public awareness of the need for regular blood donation throughout the year in order to maintain an adequate supply of blood for all patients requiring transfusion and to encourage a culture of blood donation among the local community by:

a) Encouraging existing low-risk voluntary donors to give blood regularly.
b) Encouraging new people to donate their blood on a voluntary unpaid basis.
c) Promoting low-risk behaviour so that individuals protect their own health as well as being safe to donate blood.

2. Started
Since 1981

3. Members Involved
10-12

4. Benefited
80 – 100 blood units collected per project

5. Man hour spent

6. Frequency
Annually

7. Fund needed
RM1000 – RM1500

8. Source of Fund
Project fund

9. Critical success factor
Meaningful of the project, fully supported by local community and hospitals

10. Other info

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Submitted By : Yong Soo Len / Eric Tan

Lions Club of Tampin (CSP)

Project Name : Eye Screening at SRJK (C) Kg Baru

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Club : Lions Club of Tampin
Project Name : Eye Screening at SRJK (C) Kg Baru
Project Description : Good vision is key to a child’s physical development, success in school and overall well-being. The vision system is not fully formed in babies and young children, and equal input from both eyes is necessary for the brain’s vision centers to develop normally. If a young child’s eyes cannot send clear images to the brain, his or her vision may become limited in ways that cannot be corrected later in life. But if problems are detected early, it is usually possible to treat them effectively.

We Lions Club of Tampin are doing the eye screening project every year at different primary school. On 16th of February 2017, we have done an eye screening in one of the primary school, which was at SRJK (C) Kg Baru.

During the project, 400 students has been go through the eye screening, 160 students have eye sight problem, 17 students has been identified by the school teacher who need to help. Among the 17 students, there was a student who came from a poverty family and has a very serious eye sight problem and need to refer to the eye specialist. On the second day, few of our Lions were follow up this case and made appointment with the eye specialist with the government doctor, but due to the long queue of the appointment, we then decided to bring the girl to the private specialist. After the doctor diagnosed, she has been identified that she have the amblyopia and if she is not getting a proper eye treatment, the girl may face with the problem of blindness in the future.

One of our kind member was then decided to fully sponsor the special spectacle to the girl. Although the cash value does not play a significant value here, but the dedication shown by Lions to ensure she gets proper eye treatment and making it happen is what touches life here.
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1. Objective : The ability to see greatly impacts a student’s ability to learn. Screening for vision problems is an
appropriate and important part the school health services. The objective of a vision-screening program is to identify children with possible visual defects at the earliest possible stage. This allows ample time to refer children for diagnosis and treatment.
2. Started : since year 2012
3. Members : 10 members and above.
4. Benefited : Usually are the whole school student will benefit from the project.
5. Man hour : 5 – 6 hours per session, depends on the student in the school.
6. Frequency : Yearly
7. Fund:
8. Why and how : Children’s eyes continue to develop, so caring for a child’s eyes in the early years can help lay the foundations for good vision that lasts a lifetime. We Lions Club of Tampin will try to ensure the eye screening project to be held not only at current, but also in the future. We will set it as a continuously mission to our club in order to sustain the project.
9. Other info : –

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Lions Club of Sagil

Project Name : Tuition Class

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Club : Lions Club of Sagil
Club No. : 121871
Sponsor Club : Lions Club of Tangkak
Charter Date : 14 April 2014
Charter President : Yaw Boon Seng
Centennial President (2016-2017) : Chandrasekharan
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Project Name : Tuition Class
Project Description :
This is a project which provided tuition classes (Bahasa Melayu & English) for the standard 6 students of SJKC Chee Chun

1. Objective of the Signature Project
to improve the level of languages of the standard 6 students of the school before they sit for the government examination, UPSR. To encourage the students to perform well in the examination of UPSR, an incentive of RM20 will given to the student who score a “A” in the examination

2. Started
2015

3. Members Involved
8

4. Benefited
110

5. Man hour spent
2 1/2 per tuition class

6. Frequency
weekly

7. Fund needed
15000 per annum

8. Source of Fund
Public donation

9. Critical success factor
Improvement of the students result which encourage the Club to continue to organise the tuition class

10. Other info

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Submitted By : Yaw Boon Seng

Lions Club of Muar Mahaledang

Project Name : Give the gift of life – Give Blood

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Club : Lions Club of Muar Mahaledang
Club No. : 54258
Sponsor Club : Lions Club of Muar Host
Charter Date : 23rd March 1993
Charter President : Lion Wong Sang Eng
Centennial President (2016-2017) : Lion Lim Lai Hock
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Project Name : Give the gift of life – give blood.
Project Description :
Importance of Blood Donation:
Blood donation is one of the most significant contribution that a person can make towards the society. It is not harmful for an adult person to donate blood. The body of the donor can regenerate the blood within few days. It poses no threat to the metabolism of the body.

Lions Club of Muar Mahaledang undertake to organize blood donation campaign annually on different occasions and make it as one of the club’s annual signature project in supporting our blood banks whenever are running short of required blood. By organizing such blood donation campaign we are able help them to enrich their capacity.

1. Objective of the Signature Project
To support our blood banks whenever are running short of required blood. By organizing such blood donation campaign we are able help them to enrich their capacity.

2. Started
1993

3. Members Involved
10-12

4. Benefited
about 150 blood units for each campaign organised

5. Man hour spent

6. Frequency
annually

7. Fund needed
RM1500

8. Source of Fund
Project fund

9. Critical success factor
Well supported by local hospitals

10. Other info
Pending for project photos. Shall email to Dato’ Javern separately at lionjavernlim@vka.com.my later.

Project Photos

Submitted By : Lion Chan Chee Hean