Christmas Food Appeal 2019 - Dun Laoghaire Lions Club

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Christmas Food Appeal 2019

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Christmas food and toys appeal 2019

Thanks to the wonderful response of Dun Laoghaire area residents to our door-to-door and shopping centre collections, Dun Laoghaire Lions Club is able to provide more than 400 food hampers and 120 toy hampers to needy families and individuals at Christmas 2019 

JCI Ireland held its annual Christmas Tree Toy Appeal in Dun laoghaire and Bloomfields Shopping Centres. All donated toys go to Dun Laoghaire Lions Club for distribution to needy families

Christmas Food Appeal 2017
Dun Laoghaire Further Education Institute was the venue provided to Dun Laoghaire Lions Club for the packing of hundreds of food hampers to be delivered to needy families before Christmas. Above left (L to R): Lion members Larry Kehoe, Pat Howlett, John Moriarty and Liam Power at the food packing. Above right (L to R): Lion Veronica Deignan and daughter Clodagh packing some of the 200 toy hampers for distribution at Christmas

Above left: Dun Laoghaire Lions Club members were joined by students from several colleges for the packing of of food hampers. Above right: Lion Paul Hatton's car boot is full of hampers ready for delivery

At the Dun Laoghaire Lions Club Food Appeal in Bloomfields Shopping Centre are above left: Lion Kevin Nelson and Lion Eamon Teehan, and above right: Lion Paddy Fitzgibbon and Lion Virginia Oboh

Again this year, JCI Southside Dublin sponsored a 'toy gift' tree at Bloomfields Shoppping Centre (see above). All the toys donated by shoppers were distributed by Dun Laoghaire Lions to needy families. Above right: Lion Eamon Teehan with Lisa Marchal from Indiana who contributed to the food appeal during her visit to Dublin. 

Photo Gallery 2014 Food Appeal

The Dun Laoghaire Lions Club Christmas food Appeal is being held in Bloomfields Shopping Centre. Above left is Francis Gammel, Bloomfields Shopping Centre, and Pat Howlett, Dun Laoghaire Lions Club. Above right is Jackie Plunkett.

The Tesco Christmas Food Appeal in partnership with Dun Laoghaire Lions Club was held in Bloomfields Shopping Centre and Tesco Park Pointe on 5th & 6th December. Below left is Ken Grace, Dun Laoghaire Lions Club, and Deirdre Long, Tesco Bloomfields. Below right are Pat Howlett (second left), Dun Laoghaire Lions Club, and staff of Tesco Park Pointe
Above left: Food hampers for distribution to needy families in the Dun Laoghaire area were packed on Saturday, 13th December. Lion Club members were assisted by students from several colleges. Left to right: Shane O’Neill and Johnny Nagle, Trinity College Dublin, and Noel Corcoran, President, Dun Laoghaire Lions Club
Above right: Dun Laoghaire Lions Club members at the food hamper packing

Above left: Some of the 500 food hampers packed and ready for distribution
Above right: Students from several colleges assisted Dun Laoghaire Lions Club members to pack the hampers

Above left: Toy hampers for distribution to needy families were also packed on Saturday, 13th December. Left to right are helpers Sophie Forsyth and Shauna Orange, Dun Laoghaire Lions Club
Above right: Clodagh helped her mother, Veronica Deignan, Dun Laoghaire Lions Club, to pack the toy hampers

Above left: Lion Bernard Fitzpatrick with William Byrne, resident musician, Fitzpatrick’s Castle Hotel, who supported the Lions Food Appeal in Bloomfields. Above right: at the Tesco and Lions Food appeal in Tesco Park Pointe were Eamon Teehan (left) and Noel Corcoran (right), Dun Laoghaire Lions Club, John Hickey, Lions supporter, and Erika Fisher, Tesco
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