Serving the communities of Northfleet, Ebbsfleet, Swanscombe and Greenhithe.
Registered Charity - 1174486.
Hello, and thank you for your interest in our website.
The picture shows Club members with the Mayor and Mayoress of Gravesham in front of the recently re-named Lions House in Northfleet. Lions House was originally opened in 1992 as The Lion's Hospice, and now forms part of ellenor. This is only one of vary many local projects our Club has been involved with recently, many details of which are on this website.
Our club was formed over 40 years ago and we are very keen for new members to join us and help with our exciting programme of fundraising and service projects to the community and share in our social activities.
Please contact one of our membership team us if you would like to know more about us.
Details of future Club Events are posted here and updated as details become known.
Sadly all of our future events are now cancelled due to COVID-19
We will be back running more events to raise money for our local causes ASAP.
Please contact Mike Parker by email or on 01474 815916 for further details.
Whilst the Ellenor Hospice continues to be one of the many beneficiaries of our fundraising activities, we have recently donated £5000 to equip and furnish the training room at the Alzheimer's and Dementia Support Services hub "Safeharbour" in Northfleet.
In addition to providing equipment, help and support to individuals, we regularly make donations to many local charities and organisations that are themselves providing vital and expert services, help and support to those less fortunate children and adults throughout our community.
It is only with the very generous support of local businesses and the general public that we are fortunate enough to be able to complete such a full and worthwhile programme of community service activities and welfare projects.
We make annual donations to a Lions Clubs International Aid Fund which responds to major disasters that occur throughout the world such as tsunamis, earthquakes and floods etc. This support is often carried out via our links with local Lions clubs situated in those particular areas of need.
Darent Vally Hospital: Donation for Hi-Flow monitor
Darent Vally Hospital: Donation to Prof. Madaan Cancer Fund
Alzheimer's and Dementia Support Society
Medic Alert "Early Start Programme" Bracelet and Necklet to warn the emergency services.
St Mary's Greenhithe Community Cafe to enable a trip to the Pantomime for 120 people.
ADSS to furnish and equip the training room at their "Safeharbour" hub.
Lions International Blood Research Appeal at Kings College Hospital.
Lions International Foundation who are responding to the flooding in Haiti.
Provision of new wardrobes in a local young person"s hostel.
Urgent packs of provisions for Local needy families via Greenhithe Community Café.
Winter and thermal clothing for rough sleepers supported by "Sanctuary"
Lions administered "Sight Saving" projects worldwide
Choices (Outreachworking with young people)
PHAB (Social activities for physically challenged and able bodied)
Waterside Parents Centre (Parent and child support )
Carers Choice (supporting Carers)
KASBAH (Support for those with Spina Bifida & Hydrocephalus)
Kent Association for the Blind
Cherished Memories (events for terminally ill children)
Family Matters (sexual abuse support)
Porchlight (Support for the homeless)
Imago Community (Kent Young Carers)
Springhead Park Rainbows
St Mary Greenhithe PCC - St Mary's Cafe
Awards to local schools for pupils who have achieved despite their personal adversity
The training room equiped and furnished by the club at the Alzheimer's and Dementia Support Services hub "Safeharbour" in Coldharbour Rd, Nothfleet. This room was equipped from a donation in excess of £ 5000 and is dedicated to a former stalwart Club member, Richard "Dick" Harris.
Many local charities and organisations benefit from donations made every year at our annual "Presentation Evening". These donations, totalling over £6000, are mainly the proceeds from the very successful Christmas collections that the club undertakes around the streets of the community and at local stores.
We meet at 7:30 on the 2nd Monday of each month at
Istead Rise Community Centre,
All are welcome to come along, but getting in touch beforehand here will help in case arrangements change at the last minute.
We would be delighted to hear from you on any matters to do with the club, membership, tickets for our events, suggestions for additional community service projects we might like to run etc.
Please contact the appropriate club member directly by email using the links below, use our contact form or telephone us on
Telephone: 0845 8337427