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Lions throughout North Wiltshire help people in their communities that are in greater need than most of us. To make this happen, we usually raise money locally, over the Christmas period, with the help of Santa’s Sleighs, Christmas Fairs, Charity Shops etc.

This year, as we all know, things are different, and these tried, trusted and much-loved methods of fundraising are impossible to do whilst following Covid guidelines. That means that collectively we are set to lose over £40,000.

How would this money normally be used to help people? Last year, we made grants to people in hidden pockets of need; we provided reception packs in a hostel for the homeless when people are at the lowest point in their lives; we paid for gas and electricity so that one gentleman had heat and power in a cold snap just before Christmas; we supported young families with household goods and we funded a Christmas Lunch for the needy elderly. And there were more, many more.

So that we can continue to address problems like these, many of the Lions in North Wiltshire are coming together in this CHRISTMAS APPEAL asking for your donations to support their good work.  

Please be generous.  By using one of the links below, your donation will go to your chosen Lions Club. 

Please share this with all your Facebook groups and friends, with all your family, friends and neighbours, so that they know that Lions are still active throughout the area, but this year they need extra help.

Thank you for your generosity

Merry Christmas 

from the Lions of North Wiltshire

To make a donation simply click on the button next to your local Club:






Marlborough & District




Highworth and District





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Text:  MELKSHAMLIONS 3 to 70085 to donate £3

Texts will cost the donation amount plus one standard network rate message.














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