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We have been serving and helping for more than 70 years the community of Worthing with over £720,000 to good causes in the last 33 years.

Worthing Lions Assistance

Cheque presentationAssistance provided by Worthing Lions is far reaching to a wide range of organisations and people of the Worthing area and over a period of 33 years, Worthing Lions have donated over £720,000 to various good causes, with the majority for the benefit of people in the Worthing area.

Here are some of our most recent donations and gifts that your support at the Worthing Lions shop and Worthing Lions organized events have allowed us to make.

If you are in need or you know of anyone who may need our assistance please look at our need help information.

  • £150 West Sussex Mind President prize
  • £100 Worthing Rowing Club donation
  • £549 donation of wheels/footplates
  • £420 Donation to Equine Partners to pay for equine therapy for a 6 year old boy who has social and emotional issues believed to be caused by his father’s absence
  • £420 donation to help a girl from Suzanne Logan Dance to take part in a world dance competition
  • £4000 LCIF - annual donation
  • £2500 Independent Lives Donation President
  • £2600 Andy's Angels Donation from the summer Festival Tombola and presidents prize
  • £100 Sussex Clubs for Young People Donation
  • £200 donation to support a boy going to the World Scout Jamboree
  • £200 to a girl from Worthing College, who has the opportunity to volunteer to assist in turtle conservation with her college in Greece
  • £250 donation for a washing machine to help a mother who is 30 after a brain injury due to intercranial hypertension which has caused sight loss and some physical impairment
  • £250 donation to Coppafeel - this charity promotes and educates young people to check their chests for early diagnosis of breast cancer.
  • £250 Worthing Pavilion sight impaired Bowlers donation
  • £1000 donation to Thomas A Becket School to support Bike training
  • £1000 donation via Sullivans Heroes to a family making adaptions to their home to cater for their disabled child
  • £100 Ukrainian Friends donation
  • £250 West Downs Neighbourhood Watch donation
  • £2000 LCIF -Moorfields Lions Korle BU Trust donation
  • £100 St Barnabas Hospice Donation
  • £100 Worthing Dementia Action Alliance Donation
  • £110 Donation 11 tickets St Barnabas House
  • £200 donation to a girl guide ranger who has been selected to take part in an international guiding trip abroad in 2023.
  • £250 Super Stars Arts Donation re flood/refit
  • £250 West Tarring Mothers Union / Warm Hub Awards Donation
  • £664 donation to support the Lions Young Ambassador scheme
  • £5000 Genesis Dance Troup Donation - to become a Gold sponsor.
  • £100 PCaSO Presidents Prize donation
  • £115.38 Food bank Donation
  • £192.27 donation to Saxifrage Way Xmas lights appeal for KSS Air Ambulance
  • £220 Girl Guides Cissbury Xmas collection donation
  • £220 RNLI Xmas collection donation
  • £240 Independent Lives Xmas collection donation
  • £250 donation to Worthing Mencap to go towards activities and clubs for their disabled users. The clubs provide help to reduce social isolation.
  • £300 Care for veterans Xmas collection donation
  • £370 West Tarring MU Xmas collection donation
  • £580 Chestnut Tree £220 & St Barnabas £360 House Xmas collection donations
  • £500 donation to Community Works to boost their crowd funder in support of local food banks.
  • £29.48 Donation for Emergency supplies

  • £1000 donation to support a man source and deliver generators to Ukraine.
  • £100 Donation to Worthing Soup Kitchen /Lovett Hub (Xmas Tesco vouchers)
  • £501.23 Donation to Worthing Soup Kitchen /Lovett Hub (Xmas food)
  • £250 donation to Saxifrage Way Xmas lights appeal for KSS Air Ambulance
  • £761.6 Donation Sports strip Ferring FC under 10's
  • £250 donation to a working mother who is the main breadwinner and has met with an accident for bus passes etc.
  • £1653 PCaSO Sep PSA testing donation
  • £100 donation to 1st Durrington Scouts Donation (re racking)
  • £100 donation to Morrisons who support Oakgrove College with providing “magic breakfasts” to some students.
  • £100 Donation via Alldays & Tesco
  • £100 Donation food via Morrison for Oak Grove College
  • £100 Shout WSK Pres prize
  • £500 VIBE Donation 2022
  • £50 WADARS donation
  • £150 West Down NHW donation
  • £180 Vesey kit for Worthing Football club under 9's donation
  • £250 Seaside Hospital Radio donation
  • £619.06 donation to Worthing FC Inclusive, a football team established in 2016 for adults that have disabilities
  • £100 Worthing Rowing Club donation
  • £100 Sussex Pet Rescue Ch Mkt raffle donation
  • £100 Worthing Area Twins & Triplets Ch Mkt raffle donation
  • £2,100 from the Worthing Lions summer festival tombola to the 2022 nominated charity Cancer United.
  • £300 to help with formation of a new blind bowlers club at Pavilion Bowls Club.
  • £500 Donation to Worthing & District Community First Responders who are all volunteers, and need training to respond to life threatening problems.
  • £500 to a local foodbank.
  • £6,000 is donated to Davison Youth Orchestra who urgently need new music stands for their 30+ members.
  • £500 Lancing Sompting Churches Food Bank Donation.
  • Donation of £4,000 to LCIF, the Lions international organisation, to support charitable activities such as LIBRA, the Lions International Blood Research Appeal at Kings College Hospital London.
  • Grant of £5000 to LCIF for Ukraine support
  • A young seven year old lad, named Benji, who decided he wanted to walk a mile each day during January and raise £200 for Chestnut Tree House. It was brought to our attention and the Club decided to donate £1,000 on Benji’s behalf in recognition of his wonderful idea.
  • £100 to Reaching Families.
  • £1,050 to a Dancing Group for a young talented lady with mental health issues who helps out with local charities.
  • £1,000 To help a soup kitchen opening in Tarring and there are many items needed.
  • £1,000 to support a local man who is cycling to raise money for Ukraine as fuel for each vehicle being sent to that country is needed.
  • £500 To Care for veterans.
  • £1100 Kids Cancer Charity – Provided to cover the cost of two respite breaks for Worthing families.
  • £585 AFC Worthing Youth football team for under twelves to purchase the shirts/shorts which bear our logo.

  • £840 To provide Equine therapy for a girl who has Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and was unable to attend school so was receiving private tutoring, counselling and equine therapy. All this was causing the family severe financial hardship.
  • £1,500 has now been given to the Cardiac Unit at the hospital raised from the Festival raffle and made up by the Club to this figure.
  • A Cooker costing £372.39 to a single mum of 4 children with many medical needs whose gas cooker was condemed by the Gas Board.
  • A donation of £1500 to the Mothers Union so caravans can be refurbished as part of their 'Away from it all" project ahead of Worthing family’s holidays - a thankyou from the Mother's Union.
  • A Donation of £250 to Marys Meals
  • Assistance via St Georges Church of £489.98 for a family to purchase white goods as their new property doesn’t have any integrated like their current property.
  • Donation of £250 to "Hear My Story" Adur and Worthing
  • A Donation of £250 to Worthing Food Foundation via Les Alden Foundation
  • Donation of £250 to Shout Worthing Soup Kitchen
  • A specialist wheelchair assistance of £500
  • Donations of £90 to Maybridge Keystone Centre
  • Donation of £1,500 to support a car for West Downs NHW Task Force
  • Part of the President's festival bonus giveaway : Sight Support (Inspiring and supporting the visually impaired) - £1,500 for  IT education
  • Part of the President's festival bonus giveaway : Treasure Basket (play therapy for young children) - £2,000 for counselling
  • Part of the President's festival bonus giveaway : Super Stars Arts (creative projects for young people and adults with learning disabilities) - £1,500 for a gardening project.
  • Worthing Lions are proud to have been able to give 'Go Youth Activities' £1500 towards re refurbishment of the Cabin in the Compound
  • A pledge of £1,500 to Worthing Boys club to renew their roof.
  • £3,000 given to Ferring Country Centre
  • £540 to cover removals costs, for a disabled lady, to an adapted property which will cater for her disabilities.
  • Worthing Lions provided Slow Cookers to WeAreFoodPioneers.
  • Worthing Lions provided easter eggs to Worthing Food Foundation.
  • Donation of £2,000 to LCIF, the Lions international organisation, to support charitable activities such as LIBRA, the Lions International Blood Research Appeal at Kings College Hospital London.

  • Christmas Raffle drawn on 24th December
  • Shipment of boxes to refugee families in Lesbos via Sussex Aid for Refugees
  • Provided 28 Christmas boxes for children of Women in Refuges via Safe in Sussex
  • To support the work of PcaSO a donation of £250, who provide PSA testing and support services for men with prostate cancer.
  • Donation of £2,000 to LCIF, the Lions international organisation, to support charitable activities such as LIBRA, the Lions International Blood Research Appeal at Kings College Hospital London.
  • A donation to Kent, Surrey Sussex Air Ambulance Trust of £782.68 making the Durrington Christmas Lights appeal a total of £5,000.
  • Worthing Lions provided £240 to Carers Support to provide counselling sessions to a young lady, who a year ago lost her dad, and now continues to care for her mother and her alcoholic ex partner. Requested by Carers Support.
  • A £250 donation to the British Legion.  We would normally sell poppies in the shop but due to Covid have been unable to do this this year.
  • A pledge of £1,500 to Go Youth Activities to help in maintaining their site on Worthing sea front and an awning could be provided by Worthing Lions. Requested by Go Youth Activities.
  • Worthing Lions added £500 to the sponsorship of a teenage girl who had grown her hair to have it specifically cut to donate to the charity that made wigs for children with cancer.
  • Worthing Lions prepared Christmas boxes using £500 to take to the Food Bank with Christmas gifts. 
  • Worthing Lions paid £700 for a 4-year-old girl who suffers with speech delay and separation anxiety to have Equine Therapy at Equine Partners.
  • Worthing Lions provided £100 to a family of 4 children to purchase each child a duvet, a duvet cover set, bottom sheet and pillows. Requested by WSCC.
  • A one-off payment of £100 to The East Worthing Food Bank Foundation to help their school uniform appeal. Requested by The East Worthing Food Bank Foundation.
  • A payment of £250 to Aspheleia Fostering agency (means Place of safety) to pay for a large advertisment that would be seen by a vast amount of locals in the area. Requested by Aspheleia Fostering.
  • A donation of £500 to MACS-Microphthalmia, Anophthalmia and Coloboma Support- Registered charity supporting families with children who are born without eyes and underdeveloped eyes as Worthing Lions regularly support Blind charities.
  • A gift of £300 to provide an Electric Oven and Gas Hob for for a young mother with 3 children. (11, 6, 1).
  • Donation of £245 to 4 Sight Vision Support towards their Outreach Service.
  • Support to Little Owls Nursery for their Grounds Development Wish List with a Gift Voucher from B&Q of £250.
  • A £500 donation to Cruse Bereavement Care. There are many benefits to this service for both young children and adults.
  • A donation of £250 to Home-Start to support a group of dads to develop ways to bond with their children.
  • A £500 donation to Myaware a charity for Myastenia a rare neuro-muscular condition which causes fluctuating muscle weakness. It effects the voluntary muscles of the body such as walking, talking, swallowing and breathing. Undiagnosed Myasthenia in children can be the cause of cot death.  Requested by Myaware
  • A prize of £750 (1st, 2nd 3rd in age groups) for a painting competition to all schools in the Worthing area to paint a picture of Captain Tom Moore.
  • A donation of £5,000 to a special baby unit at Worthing Hospital.
  • A donation of £250 to Turning Tides.
  • A donation of £250 to Worthing Trussel Food Bank to assist with Covid support.
  • A donation of £250 to Worthing Soup Kitchen to assist with Covid support.
  • A donation of £250 to East Worthing Food Bank to assist with Covid support.
  • Respite care for a lady in her nineties at a cost of £134 every 6 weeks so she can have an assisted bath, a hair wash, as well as time away from the same four walls of her home and giving her son a much needed break as her full time carer.
  • Equine Therapy from Shine for Life in Sussex at a cost of £720 for a young 20 year old hospital in-patient with complex needs. Requested by Heads-On, Support for Mental Health
  • A pledge of £1,000 to West Sussex Music who are seeking sponsors for some of their young musicians ahead of their tour to the Loire Valley in July 2020.
  • A donation of £990 to Suzanne Logan School of Dance who have been selected to represent Team GB in the Dance World Cup which will be held in Rome, June 2020. The donation will fund jackets and include the Worthing Lions logo on the right sleeve. Rquested by Suzanne Logan School of Dance.
  • A donation of £500 to Blueprint 22. Blueprint work along the coastal strip, Brighton to Bognor. They are an independent, non-profit youth led organisation which run projects, 1-1 sessions, emotional and practical advice and guidance for those aged between 16-25, all of which have self-referred, most of which are from disadvantaged backgrounds socially and economically. Requested by Blueprint 22
  • Worthing Town Crier sponsorship of £1000 to replace the town criers uniform and help promote Worthing town.

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