What are we doing and how could you join in and help?
EVERY PERSON MAKES
On the first and third Sunday of every month the Nightcliff Feeding the homeless van takes the streets to feed those in need.
This project has been running for over 3 years and feeds a nutritious meal to those most vulnerable. A driver and passenger deliver individual meals to anyone who needs a warm meal and a smile.
Cooks who prepare 10-20 vegetarian meals in recyclable take-away boxes. Our cooks are either members or Friends of Nightcliff Lions.
To be a part of this team please email email@example.com
Nightcliff Lions do the best snags in Darwin.
We use butchers quality sausages and five seed bread.
This is a basic Lions service. We have our own trailer BBQ and Gazebo
Nightcliff Lions sponsors local communtiy members to get a Lions Hearing Dog.
Lions hearing dogs gives a new quality of life to those hearing impaired. When community members receive a Lions Hearing Dog, Nightcliff Lions helps with the acclimatization and training of the dog, just like Kerry of Palmerston and his dog Howie.
Lions Hearing Dogs costs $30,000 to train. This covers the initial purchase of the dog from the shelter, food, veterinary tests and treatments, staff for training and kennel management and more.
The Children's film festival is an annual free event for local families with children who are in need of some respite and fun. Tickets are free for children with disabilities, severe or chronic illnesses, low-socio-economic backgrounds and their family or carers.
Nightcliff Lions also supplies a couple goodies to enhance the experience, previously this has been popcorn and ice-creams.
Contact us if you would like more information or to be involved.
The Darwin Lions Beer Can Regatta is an annual event not to be missed!
This iconic annual family fun event of Darwin was established in 1974 and is an event for all to use your imagination to design a vessel from cans as well as plastic bottle or milk carton as long as it floats.
There is plenty of activities for the kids and a fun day out.
The day includes sandcastle competitions, running races, thong throwing competitions & team events.
Head to https://beercanregatta.org.au/ for more infomration.
Have you tried the classic Lions Christmas cakes?
The taste will take you back to good old traditional cooking and family Christmases.
Raise funds selling Christmas cakes.
A great project in partnership with Project 21, a bit of exercise, a lot of laughs and an afternoon out.
We have fun practising the skills of tennis.
Some of the skills taught include:
Tap-ups, tap-downs, bounce and hit and catch.
Serving from the baseline.
Learning the rules of tennis.
Our favourite group game is tennis cricket.
We support local schools with grants available. Previous schools we have supported include:
Palmerston Rural Group School
Pine Creek School
Good Shepherd Luthern School
Bakewell Primary School
St Marys Catholic School
Lions Recycle for Sight Australia is part of the Lions Clubs International Worldwide Eyeglass Recycling Program, headquartered in Queensland and operating throughout Australia and overseas.
We receive requests from humanitarian organisations either travelling to a developing country or supplying shipping container loads of suitable humanitarian aid from Australia to groups in the these countries.
Current Collection Points
NT Optometrists, Karama Shopping Plaza
Kate Worden's Electoral Office, Northlakes Shopping Centre, Malak
Optical Superstore, Casuarina
We support the work of Project 21.
With an ongoing partnership, in 2021 we supported their social event for all friends of Project 21, which was a huge success.