Club Name : Lions Club Port Dickson Pantai
Sponsor Club : Lions Club of Bahau
Charter Date : 16th June 2016
Charter President : Ir James Lee Chong Meng
Centennial President : Ir James Lee Chong Meng
Project Name : Feed The Hunger Project
Lions Club Port Dickson Pantai hosted Zone 12, District 308 B1 Feed the Hunger project on 24th September 2016. The children from Orphanage and Single Parents & their Children were treated with 65 packs of KFC and 25 packs of Chicken Rice for Old Folks home.
Groceries consisting of 30 packets of 10kg rice, 60 bottles of cooking oil, 120 packets of biscuits,( 96 + 1 carton )packets of chocolate drink, 9 cartons of creamer, 60 packs of sugar, tea and 60 bottles of ketchup and chili sauce worth RM 3600
The above food provisions were provided for them to last for at least a week or two
RM 500.00 Cash gift was donated to all the children from orphanage and elderly folks from Harichandra Old Folks Home.
We wanted to bring joy and cheers to the children under PD Orphans Foundation, Single mothers & children and elderly folks from Harichandra old Folks Home. We also wanted to provide basic food items for them which can last for at least a week or two.
Project Started :
24th September 2016
Members involved :
9 LCPDP members and 12 members from Lions Clubs of Zone 12 participated in the project.
Total of 455 people :
360 – Children from Port Dickson Orphanage
95 – 25 Single Mothers + Family
25 – Harichandra Old Folks home
Venue 1 :
Yayasan Anak- anak Yatim/ Piatu Islam
Tingkat 1, Bangunan Yayasan Anak- anak Yatim/ Piatu Islam
Lot PT146, Jln Lama, 71000, Port Dickson.
Venue 2 :
Harichandra Old Folks Home
Jimah, Port Dickson
Man Hour :
A total of 84 man hours spent to make the day a special and memorable for all the recipients.
Scheduled 3 times for fiscal year 2016 – 2017
Source of Fund :
Contribution in cash and kind from LCPDP Members, Families, Friends and a small amount from our Project fund.
Critical Success Factors :
We had a very good representation of all 4 clubs under Zone 12, Lions Club of Tampin, Lions club of Bahau and Lions Club of Kuala Pilah.
Submitted by: Eya