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 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 Kuala Lumpur Bukit Jalil

Project Name : Visit to Orang Asli Settlements in Ulu Langsat

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Club : Lions Club of Kuala Lumpur Bukit Jalil
Club No. : 84799
Sponsor Club : Lions Club of Jementah
Charter Date : 26th March 2005
Charter President : Lion William Hiew
Centennial President (2016-2017) : Lion Chan Tiap
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Project Name : Visit to Orang Asli Settlements in Ulu Langsat
Project Description :
This is the long term annual signature joint project carried out by Lions Club of Bukit Jalil and others clubs in the region like Lions Club of Cheras, Seri Petaling, Taman Tun, Titiwangsa, Mega City and Park City. The aim of making a difference in the lives of these communities living in remote areas where the lions and family members would worked with adults and children in the village, to acquire a greater understanding and foster empathy for the villagers’ unique needs.

1. Objective of the Signature Project
The aim of making a difference in the lives of these communities living in remote areas where the lions and family members would worked with adults and children in the village, to acquire a greater understanding and foster empathy for the villagers’ unique needs like providing medical care and daily food essentials to the families.

2. Started
2012

3. Members Involved
6-8

4. Benefited
30-50

5. Man hour spent

6. Frequency
Annually

7. Fund needed
RM500 – RM1000

8. Source of Fund
Sponsorship and joint clubs project

9. Critical success factor
Approval by the village chief (Penghulu) to welcome us.

10. Other info
Note: Joint project with Lions Club of Kuala Lumpur Cheras

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Submitted By : Lion Benny TF Lee

Lions Club of Kuala Lumpur Pavilion

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Club : Lions Club of Kuala Lumpur Pavilion
Club No. : 118884
Sponsor Club : KL Cheras
Charter Date : 3 May 2013
Charter President : Nick Tan
Centennial President (2016-2017) : Yap Poh Fatt
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Project Name : Moon Cake Festival With Children
Project Description :

1. Objective of the Signature Project
To have generation now a days to know the meaning of mooncake fastival and to spend time with their parents

2. Started
2016

3. Members Involved
8

4. Benefited
20

5. Man hour spent
32

6. Frequency
every year

7. Fund needed

8. Source of Fund
Sponsored

9. Critical success factor

10. Other info

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Submitted By : Frederick Chan

Lions Club of Tropicana KL

Project name: LC Tropicana Cycle For Fund Project

Club: Lions Club of Tropicana KL
Club no: 106586
Sponsor club: Lions Club of Tangkak
Charter date: 10th Sept 2009
Charter president: Steven Lim
Centennial president: Leong When Chun
Project name: LC Tropicana Cycle For Fund Project, 17 July 2016

This project has been headed by Ln Pepper Lim, a special fund raising project for the benefit of OKUs. The Cycle For Fund Project raised RM5000.00 from generous sponsors and kind hearted people.

The Lions assembled at Dataran DBKL at 5.00am. When participants arrived, goodie bags were handed out including a safety reflective sash with the Lions logo specially stuck to it.

The 8 km route took the participants around the city centre passing notable landmarks such as Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, The Petronas Twin Towers, KL’s popular nightlife area and Dataran Merdeka.

About a dozen OKUs joined in. Some pushed themselves while others had assistants help them complete the route. Everyone who completed the route were given refreshments and presented with a certificate.

Lions Club of Kuala Lumpur Seputeh

Project Name : Lions Yearly Table Calendar

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Club : Lions Club of Kuala Lumpur Seputeh
Club No. : 5245-057346
Sponsor Club : Lions Club of Damansara KL (formally known as Lions Club of KL Kepong)
Charter Date : 19th Sept 1995
Charter President : Thomas Kok Cheng Kar
Centennial President (2016-2017) : Colleen Teoh
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Project Name : Lions Yearly Table Calendar
Project Description :
To raise project fund by selling the Lions Yearly Table Calendar to local Japanese Community. The project was moved strongly by a group of Japanese Lions from Bukit Bintang Branch (BBB). BBB is branch club under Lions Club of Kuala Lumpur Seputeh.

1. Objective of the Signature Project
To raise fund for Club members to carry out various of annual community projects like giving back to old folks, orphanage home, underprivileged centers and etc

2. Started
2004

3. Members Involved
all club members including Japaness Lions from Bukit Bintang Branch

4. Benefited
all Japanese expatriates who work and live in Malaysia

5. Man hour spent
two months in a year

6. Frequency
Annually

7. Fund needed
RM10,000 to RM20,000

8. Source of Fund
Selling of Japanese Yearly Calendar

9. Critical success factor
commitment by members and fully supported by local Japanese community who live in Malaysia

10. Other info

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Submitted By : Colleen Teoh

Lions Club of Kuala Lumpur OUG

Project Name: Lions Woodball Friendship Tournament

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Club No. : 5415-061387
Sponsor Club: Lions Club of Kuala Lumpur Seputeh
Charter Date: 23/12/1998
Charter President: Lion Saw Choo Hong PPN PJK
Centennial President (2016-2017): Lion Saw Choo Hong PPN PJK
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Project Name: Lions Woodball Friendship Tournament
Project Description:
Lions Woodball Friendship Tournament since 2003 mooted by the then DG Wong Chang Wai during his tenure of office.

1. Objective of the Signature Project
To promote healthy life style, Lions fellowship and fund raising in aid of KL Lions Renal Centre.

2. Started: 2003

3. Members Involved: Average 40

4. Benefited: Dialysis Renal Patients

5. Man hour spent: Average 200 hrs per Tournament.

6. Frequency: Annually

7. Fund needed:To raise Target above RM10,000.00

8. Source of Fund: General expenses in cash and kind are sponsored by Lions Clubs, Individual Lions and General Public with nominal competition fee from participants.

9. Critical success factor: Still lack of Lions participation.

10. Other info

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Lions Club of Kuala Lumpur East

Project Name : Yearly Fund Raising Dinner

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Club : Lions Club of Kuala Lumpur East
Club No. : 5245053275
Sponsor Club : Lions Club of Seremban
Charter Date : 9 June 1992
Charter President : Dato Lai Fong Wah
Centennial President (2016-2017) : Chen Kim Fah
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Project Name : Yearly Fund Raising Dinner
Project Description :
From 1992 until present, we have done fund raising dinner every year with objective to raise fund for various organisation. As it is always organise in a big event manner involving our sisters club from Taiwan and Jementah, every member has always participated contributing in different roles rotated throughout the years.

1. Objective of the Signature Project
Though the funds raised, we donated/ contributed to:

1. Donation of dialysis machines and funds to Lions Renal Centre.
2. Contribution to Lions Eye Clinic.
3. Stationaries, uniform, shoes and bags to needy students.
4. Eye check up and spectacles to needy students.
5. Contribution to Lions Education Funds.
6. Contribution to various orphanage, old folks home, down syndrome, handicapped, blind association and schools.
7. Wheel chair program to the needy.
8. Contribution and daily needs products to the Orang Asli Community.

2. Started
1992

3. Members Involved
20

4. Benefited
Many

5. Man hour spent
120

6. Frequency
Yearly

7. Fund needed
RM30,000.00

8. Source of Fund
Ticket Sales and Donations.

9. Critical success factor
1. Team spirit among members.
2. Guidance from senior lions.
3. Passion and commitment to serve and help multiple the needy.

10. Other info

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Submitted By : Alvin Bong

Lions Club of KL City

Lions Club of Kuala Lumpur City-The Long Standing Service to Community

Lions Club of Kuala Lumpur City has been around for 27 long years and it is one of the clubs that have produced many outstanding Lions in District 308B-1. From having one Past Disctrict Governor in our midst, PDG Lillian Fan to various District Committee members who are holding important portfolios. Our club remains steadfast and committed to serving its community from organizing or participating yearly blood donation drive, coordinating eye clinic checks (even looking for sponsors to sponsor glasses to less capable students), feed, clothe and help the needy and homeless etc. Nearly all the members of this Lions Club of KL City have been a President of the Club and by no means that our numbers are little. We have 30 active members with 1 associate member in our club, all of which are experienced in organizing charity events for the club.

What is close to the hearts of KL City Lions Club is to feed children from poor background (“RAP Project”). Thus, one of our signature projects is providing breakfast to 10 of those children in need from SRJK (C) Serendah and 10 from SRJK (C) Appah. We acknowledge the fact that breakfast is the most essential part of a child’s meal in developing a healthy mind because only with a healthy mind can a child perform in their studies. These children who are really in need were lack of the necessary nutrition when our club first met them. Now, their growth and development seems to have improved over the years. We had also raised funds for SRJK (C) Serendah for the construction of a school hall, co-organized with our own Leo Club of Southern Cross an English Language Camp to improve their English proficiency and understanding of the language. These are just few of the projects which we do yearly as part of our signature projects.

That aside, this year Lions Club of KL City had also established a new fund which is known as the “Lions Club of KL City Cancer Fund”. The purpose of this fund on the outset was to assist a boy by the name of Tan Qiu Hao to obtain a brain surgery in Singapore. Tan Qiu Hao who is just a 4 year old boy, has been having a tumour growing in his brain since he was 2. Various doctors in Malaysia has tried to help him but none has the kind of expertise that is able to fully treat him. Thus, 3 of our most esteem members, Lion Stella Foo, Lion Henry Soong and Lion Ian Wei, together with another fellow Lion from another club, Lion Jason Tang have worked tirelessly to raise funds for Qiu Hao to be treated in Singapore, where treatment is available. After this fund raising campaign had kick-started, various kind individuals, friends from local and abroad had poured in their generous donations to help Qiu Hao, so much so that even Lions Club of Singapoore Orchid had also graciously helped this boy to secure funds on KL City’s behalf. As a result of such overwhelming response, Qiu Hao managed to be treated in Singapore and his surgery was a success. Currently, he is recovering well under the supervision of his parents and doctors from Singapore.

These are just few of the prominent projects which we have accomplished. We are proud to be part of Lions Club of KL City as this is where all of us share the same aspirations to help others who really are in need.

Lions Club of KL City.

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Submitted by: Darren Teo

Lions Club of KL First Responder

Project Name : First Aid Education

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Club : Lions Club of KL First Responder
Club No. : 124474
Sponsor Club : Lion Club of Ampang
Charter Date : 30/3/2015
Charter President : Anson Lee
Centennial President (2016-2017) : Jack Lee
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Project Name : First Aid Education
Project Description :
Annual vision First Aid Education to be carried out in the community, creating awareness to everyone have first aid knowledge and save people life in emergency situation.

1. Objective of the Signature Project
Creating First Aid Awareness to Community to help people save people in every situation being needed.

2. Started
2015

3. Members Involved
10

4. Benefited
500

5. Man hour spent
3 Hour

6. Frequency
once a year

7. Fund needed
1000

8. Source of Fund
Project fund and contribution from members

9. Critical success factor

10. Other info

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Submitted By : Joel Phang