Paignton Lions Club continue to support good causes in community

Presentation to Paignton Community Larder's Anita by Lions Club of Paignton president Alan Tozer

Presentation to Paignton Community Larder's Anita by Lions Club of Paignton president Alan Tozer - Credit: Archant

Paington Community Larder is £2,500 better off - thanks to Paignton Lions Club.

Lions club president Alan Tozer presented the money to Anita from the project.

The Lions have been helping local good causes throughout the Covid-19 lockdown. The have also given £1,000 to an appeal at https://www.gofundme.com/f/therapy-dog-for-george to provide a therapy dog for a six-year-old boy who as a rare syndrome that impacs every part of his life.

Since lockdown, the Lions have also given £1,000 to Torbay Food Alliance - £500 from club funds and £500 from a grant from Lions Multiple District Funds; £1,000 to Devon Freewheelers Blood Bikers; £1,000 to the Children's Hospice Southwest and £300 to various local emergency services in the shape of vouchers.

Lions spokesman Martin Rogers said: 'We are continually fundraising to support our local community.'