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

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 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 Johor Jaya (CSP)

Project Name : Field Donation @ SK Taman Mt. Austin

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Club : Lions Club of Johor Jaya
Club No. :
Sponsor Club :
Charter Date :
Charter President :
Centennial President (2016-2017) : Lion Lee Li Cherng
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Project Name : Field Donation @ SK Taman Mt. Austin
Project Description :
S.K. Taman Mount Austin has been in operation for more than 12 years without a proper sport field. After some research and verification, Lions Club of Johor Jaya pledged to sponsor the field planting cost of RM40,000 and the field was ready just on time for Malaysia Day celebration. Handover Ceremony was held on 13th November 2016 in conjunction with SKTMA Sport Day!

1. Objective of the Signature Project
To provide a proper school field to SK Taman Mount Austin

2. Started
21 Aug 2016

3. Members Involved
>20 members

4. Benefited
>700 pupils

5. Man hour spent
>100 hours

6. Frequency
every Sunday since 21 Aug 2016

7. Fund needed
>RM40,000

8. Source of Fund
Club fund & Public Donation

9. Critical success factor

10. Other info

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Submitted By : Winson Yew Ven Shen

Lions Club of Segamat (CSP)

Lions Club of Segamat’s Feed the Hunger Program

In supporting District 308 B1 Feed the Hunger program, Lioness Dolly Chin mooted the idea of placing a cool fridge in front of her spouse Lion Tee Piaw Tian’s shop. Foods, drinks and sundries contributed by Lions and Lioness Club of Segamat will be placed inside for those in needs. The program was launched in conjunction with Lions Run for REACH Autism Awareness on 16th. October 2016 with over 450 participants.

After been highlighted by Oriental, Sin Chew and China Press as first of its kind in our country, it was picked up reported by STAR and in Sabah Sin Chew. NTV 7 came and interview Lioness Dolly and Lion Tee whereby a segment were recorded and telecasted during 5.30 pm session Mandarin news.

This program had been very successful after publicity by vernacular newspaper, NTV7 and sharing of posting in Facebook. More and more people were visiting the cooler picking up food. Every other day people came with foods, fruits, beverages, dry sundries and even perishables like vegetables to be placed inside the cooler.

Lioness Dolly and her employees would checked and repacked all the foods collected and the excess send to old folks home, orphanage and welfare home. With the support of the general public, the task of maintaining it as a long term program will be made easier.

Lions Club of Malacca (CSP)

CSP: PRESENTATION OF 500 SETS OF SCOUT UNIFORM COSTING RM50,000.00 TO 20 SCHOOLS

PRESENTATION OF 500 SETS OF SCOUT UNIFORM COSTING RM50,000.00 TO 20 SCHOOLS

Date: 11.1.2017 • Time: 8.30 a.m. – 12.30 p.m. • Venue: SMK Tinggi St David, Melaka
COC: Lion Gordon Koh Hong Kian (Lions); Lion Edison Chan Tiam Hin (Scouts)

The Ministry of Education has included co-curricular activites as a compulsory part of the education process for all students. Co-curricular activities provide a number of values like development of social, civic, physical, recreational and cultural values.

Donor: Past President, Lion Datuk Liow Yit Lee, a successful corporate man who owns QM Sports Sdn Bhd donated 500 sets of Scout Uniform costing RM50,000.00. Needy students from 20 secondary schools in 6 Scout Districts in Melaka benefitted from this donation.

Distinguished Lions: Guest of Honour Centennial District Governor Lion Sashekala Pathmanathan; Cabinet Officers; Club Presidents and 30 Lions.

Distinguished Scouts: YBhg Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Paduka Dr Hj Shafie bin Hj Mohd Salleh, Ketua Pengakap Negara and YBhg Datuk Dr. Hj Md Sirat bin Abu, Timbalan Yang Di Pertua PPM and a total of 450 scouts in uniform.

Speech: President Lions Club of Malacca Lion Helen Agoh represented The Lions delivered a welcoming speech.

YBhg Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Paduka Dr. Hj Shafie bin Hj Mohd Salleh presented a speech for the occasion.

Presentation of Long Service Award: 12 Appreciation Awards were presented to The Senior Scouts in recognition for their long and dedicated service.

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Lions Club of Kahang ,Kluang (CSP)

Project Name : Stone Bench

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Club : Lions Club of Kahang ,Kluang
Club No. : 124012
Sponsor Club : Lions Club of Kluang
Charter Date : 31 January 2015
Charter President : Kam Kher Lim
Centennial President (2016-2017) : Tan Boon Tat
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Project Name : Stone Bench
Project Description :

1. Objective of the Signature Project
This is a legacy project providing stone benches for public places such as schools and recreational park. The benches can be used by the public and at the same time leaving the Lions Club of Kahang legacy.

2. Started
November 2016

3. Members Involved
10 members

4. Benefited
1500

5. Man hour spent
40

6. Frequency
Once a year

7. Fund needed
RM 2100

8. Source of Fund
Lions Club of Kahang

9. Critical success factor
Maintenance and the safety of the stone benches from vandalism.

10. Other info

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Submitted By : Lions Club of Kahang

Lions Club of Tangkak (CSP)

CSP Project Name : Lions Resources Trip

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Club : Lions Club of Tangkak
Club No. : 54991
Sponsor Club : Lions Club of Muar Host
Charter Date : 22nd October 1993
Charter President : Mr.Woon Yean Peng
Centennial President (2016-2017) : Ln.Irene Ng Miew Khee
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Project Name : Lions Resources Trip
Project Description :

1. Objective of the Signature Project
A group of 11 cars serve 2 days 1 night to other community requirements such as School, Autism Centre, Retarded Children Centre, Old Folks home, handicap centre, Tree Planting, Enviroment services, Donation of library books, Female drug rebuilt centre, Donation of food parcel and fund to poor family and Lions fellowship.

2. Started
24/9 to 25/9/2016

3. Members Involved
55

4. Benefited
900

5. Man hour spent
36 Hours x 55 person = 1980 hours

6. Frequency
Once a year

7. Fund needed
14800.00

8. Source of Fund
Contribution from Lions members

9. Critical success factor
We Serve spirit of the Lions.

10. Other info
1. District Governor 308B1 Flag off ceremony at Tangkak Club house.
2. Arrived SMK Pei Hwa School joint Alpha Leo Club Initiation and installation ceremony.
3. Visit Muar Lions Autism centre giving away food parcel and donation fund.
4. Visit Kiwanis Yong Peng special children centre donation food parcel, fund and have fun with the
children singing song.
5. Visit Miriam old folk home donation food parcel and interaction with homeless old peoples.
6. Visit Pekan Nanas old folk home donation food parcel and giving Angpow to the all homeless old
people and singing song to make them happy but crying…
7. Visit Kulai Handicapped and Mentally disableed children association donation daily supplies such
as biscuit, washing powder, cooking oil, can food, clothings, pampers and others….
8. Fellowship with Lions Member at Kukup Homestay and celebrate moon cake festival.
9. A group members and PCC Ln.Albert Tan Going to the Malaysia No 2 biggest Mangrove Forest
tree planting and enviroment information from Johor state Goverment Forest Department.
10.Visit Pontian Pei Hwa Primary school donation library books and singing song to make the
school students happy and joys.
11.Arrived Ringgit donation food parcel and fund to the sick and poor old people.
12.Visit Batu Pahat Bethany Rehabilitation Centre donation food parcel, singing song to encourage
them and tea time with happiness.
13.Sharing dinner at Tangkak TongHai Restaurant for all the participants, RC6, ZC17 and Lions.

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Submitted By : Ln.Lim Meng Yang

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Lions Club of KL Bukit Kiara (CSP)

Project Name : SIGHT CONSERVATION “GIFT OF SIGHT” PROJECT

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Club : Lions Club of KL Bukit Kiara
Project Name : SIGHT CONSERVATION “GIFT OF SIGHT” PROJECT
Project Description : Lions worldwide are known as ‘Knights of the Blind’. We have undertaken the challenge to make the ‘Gift of Sight’ project as a long term project of our Club.
We have been carrying out vision screening in schools, homes and sponsorship of prescription glasses for those with vision problems.

The ‘Gift of Sight’ program started in 2009, has been a long term project of our Club. The objective of this project is to help the underprivileged whose sight has been affected by cataracts. The project is supported and funded by grants from CIMB Foundation, approved to our Club. Since 2009, our Club has received funding exceeding RM634,000 from CIMB Foundation and more than 590 cataract operations has been performed by ophthalmologists. We provide free cataract operations for the underprivileged community. The sponsorship includes free pre- & post-operation check-ups, medication and lens.
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1. Objective : With the improved vision, the beneficiaries are able to enjoy better vision, improve their standard of living, build up their confidence and enable them to seek better employment. For the elderly who stays at home, the operations will enable them to be independent and take better care of their families. This will promote a better & progressive society.
2. Started : 2009
3. Members : 3 to 6 members
4. Benefited : 590 Cataracts Operations (approx 590 people)
5. Man hour : 100 hours per year
6. Frequency : Monthly
7. Fund: RM105,000 per year
8. Why and how : The Project has been going successfully with the corporate funding from CIMB Foundation and has helped many people restore their vision.
Besides funding from CIMB Foundation, we also organize fund raising Events every year.

Our Club also collaborates with eye specialist centres – KL Eye Specialist Centre, Subang Eye Specialist Centre, USJ Eye Specialist Centre, KPJ Eye Care Specialist Centre, KPJ Klang Specialist Hospital, Top Vision Eye Specialist Centre, Lions Eye Clinic – in organizing the Gift of Sight’ project. These Centres have been kind enough to provide the 2nd part funding ie gave a 50% discount for each cataract operations.
9. Other info : The story of one beneficiary, when his eye was unveiled for the first time after the operation, remarked with tears in his eyes ‘Wow! I did not know the colour of the flowers are so lovely!’ Imagine the difference the simple operation has made to their lives especially when they have been seeing the world with their ‘blurred’ vision.
It is very rewarding to see the joy, confidence, independence and the difference it has brought to the lives of these beneficiaries.

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World Sight Day in collaboration with KPJ Pusat Pakar Mata Centre For Sight – with beneficiaries of the Charity Cataract Program funded by CIMB Foundation

World Sight Day in collaboration with KPJ Pusat Pakar Mata Centre For Sight – with beneficiaries of the Charity Cataract Program funded by CIMB Foundation

Eye Screening for students at SMK Sinar Bintang

Eye Screening for students at SMK Sinar Bintang

Submitted by: Jeff Cheah