The Lions Swimarathon
is one of the largest fundraising events in Jersey. The 51st Swimarathon was held from 8th to 12th march 2023 and raised over £100,000.
The event started in 1972 and has raised over £3.6m since then. We are delighted with how the event has become a community event with schools, corporate, club, charity and family teams taking part. Find out more:
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The 2024 Swimarathon is to be held from 13th to 17th March 2024.
The Lions Muddy Fun Run 2023
was the Club's third time to stage the event. Held in late August 2023, like previous events it was very popular with nearly 500 people participating and raised over £7,000. The 3.5km course was set across the beautiful Jersey countryside near La Hougue Bie. Runners overcame challenging obstacles and lots of "gooey" mud as they endeavoured to cross the finish line wth huge smiles on their faces.
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Maison de Landes
is a charitable Trust set-up by the Lions Club of Jersey. The Trust runs a holiday hotel at Les lLandes, St Ouen which specialises in providing holiday accommodation for disabled guests (mental and/or physical) and their families or escorts,
The hotel re-opened in June 2023 following a £3.5m+ renovation which inlcudes the creation of new community hub that opened in October 2023.
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Can We Help You?
Our Community Service Committee looks to support needs within our local community and repsonds to requests for help be they large or small.
We provide financial assistance (sometimes physical help as well) for bespoke requests or projects from either individuals, groups or charities. We do not generally assist with on-going, continous running costs,
See our 'contact us' page for more information.
Jersey Lions Supporters Club
The Supporters Club (previously the Lions 500 Club) consists of a members of the public who wish to support the Lions Club of Jersey by entering in the monthly draw.
"Supporter" members pay an annual subscription of £40 and they are allocated a membership number. Each month a draw takes place and with four cash prizes won each month. In total £3,720 is won each year.
The Club is keen to recruit new memebrs so if you would like to join the Supporters Club please contact email@example.com
The Lions Club of Jersey was the grateful recipient of funds from the estate of the late Mr Brown.
The funds have been set aside to enable the club to provide assistance or finance to those requests that would not normally fall within the Club's remit.
So if you know of a specific need which may not normally qualify for our support, there is a possibility that we can still help through the Brown Busary.
Spectacles For Re-cycling
Lions Club Internationally are committed to supporting eye care throughout the world. Good eyesight enables people to work and enjoy an independent life. The Jersey Lions Club collects old spectacles, which are sent off for re-cycling and eventual re-distribution through our optometrist clinics in the third world.
Please drop off any unwanted, but serviceable spectacles (not sunglasses) to the La Collette Recycling Centre. We will then send them away and hopefully help someone in need.
The 2023/4 Lions Club of Jersey Committee
President Lion Ian Robins
Treasurer Lion Mike Berry
Secretary Lion Jane Rueb
Fundraising Lion Chris Palmer
Community Services Lion Andrew Pearce
Marketing Lion Steve Taylor
Swimarathon Lion Damon Greber
Social Lion Bill Harris
Membership Lion Andy Quinn
LIONS CLUBS INTERNATIONAL was founded in 1917 in the United States by businessman Melvin Jones who felt that successful people like himself and his colleagues should devote some of the energies which had enabled them to succeed in business to serving their local communities. Appropriately he chose “We Serve” as the Lions’ motto.
Lions Clubs now exist in more than 170 countries and more than 2.5 million men and women wear the distinctive lapel pin.
The Lions Club of Jersey was formed in November 1963, at the instigation of the Lions Clubs of Southampton and St. Malo. Today, there are still eight members of the Jersey Lions Club who were among the founders.
Please be advised that we will never ask anyone to make any payment to secure a grant. Anyone contacting you by telephone, letter or online and offering a grant in exchange for a fee or advance payment is doing so fraudulently.
We are registered with the Jersey Charity Commissioner with Registered Charity No. 352