Projects

Projects

The Projects that TFYDF-A has committed to support are:

 

Ongoing project:

The Lion Dr. William Chiu Scholarship

 

 

 

 

2019-2020

  1. $4,000 for “Fa’avae Leadership Program”. The program is run as a partnership between NSW Police Force, Sutherland PCYC, Project Youth, Sutherland Shire Council and volunteers from within the pacific island and maori community.
  2. $20,000 for Taree Lions Club Drought assistance.
  3. $300 for Macquarie University Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Research Centre in support of teams of firefighters’ race to climb all 1504 stairs (98 floors) of the Sydney Tower Eye.
  4. $1,300 for Australian Lions Children’s Mobility Foundation (to match the donation of $650 with Sydney Follow Your Dream Lions Club for ALCMF).
  5. $2,500 for District 201N3 Diabetes Foundation for Prevention of Diabetes Awareness.
     

Co-hosted the fundraising event with Sydney Follow Your Dream Lions Club for NSW Bushfires Rural Fire Services in December 2019 and February 2020.  Beneficiaries are as fellows:    

  1. $3,000 for two deceased volunteer firefighters’ families G. Keaton & A. O’Dwyer.
  2. $3,000 for LCIF to purchase the Super Water Tank.
  3. $3,500 for Rainbow Flat Rural Fire Brigade.
  4. $500 for Madam Cecelia Lee of Chinese Opera to support the Charity Show for NSW Bushfires Rural Fire Services.
  5. $10,020 for NSW Rural Fire Services care of Chinese Opera Charity Show & Salvation Army at Hurstville Civic Hall.

2018-2019

  1. Sponsorship US$5,000 by Madam Amy Ha in Memory of Lion Dr. William Chiu for China Council of Lions Clubs hosted by the LCI ‘The Second Session of Essay Contest of China Visual Impaired Children” on the Topic of “The Future of Peace” in 2018-2019.
  2. $3,000 for Project Youth Incorporated in support of Fa’avae Leadership Program.
  3. $4,600 for Scot Netball Club to help two Australian kids have Autism Disorder to go to Fiji.

2017-2018

  1. Sponsorship US$5,000 by Madam Amy Ha in Memory of Lion Dr. William Chiu for China Council of Lions Clubs hosted by the LCI ‘The First Session of Essay Contest of China Visual Impaired Children”on the Topic of “The Future of Peace” in 2017-2018.
  2. $6,000 for Dyslexia Camps in South Australia (Project cancelled).
  3. $5,000 for assistance to a young boy “Jack” Timmins Family in Western Sydney who is an autistic.
  4. $5,000 to support Samatha Sturgess, an Optometry Student at Cairns University.
  5. $6,116 for development of training the Cantonese Opera in Memory of Lion Ruth Chong by SFYDLC.
  6. $500 Donation by Madam Amy Ha in support of Diabetes Awareness in Memory of Lion Dr. William Chiu.

2016-2017

  1. $3,000 for Women’s Shelter in Maitland NSW.
  2. $500 to support Norfolk Island school debating team to Sydney.
  3. $10,000 for District Q2 to support the Birthing Mums at PNG.
  4. $5,000 for Lisa Harnum Foundation supports and empowers families affected by domestic violence.
  5. $5,000 for Autism Community Network to provide scholarships to children, young people or adults with complex needs to access educational programs.

2015-2016

  1. $75,000 to support 100 families in some “Smart Indian Villages”.
  2. $2,160 for Girl Guides SA Inc. as 3 days School Camping in Leigh Creek SA.
  3. $5,000 to assist and support non-verbal Autistic young children to speak (Kids Communicate Project).
  4. $5,000 for McGrath Foundation (Breast Cancer).
  5. $5,000 for St. Ives Lions Club to support the funding for manual wheelchairs.
  6. $220,000 Donation by Madam Amy Ha and Fellow Lions to support Lion Dr William Chiu Scholarship Foundation for University of Western Sydney.

2014-2015

  1. $20,000 for Nepal Earthquake rehabilitation.
  2. $4,000 for sponsoring the concert of “Reaching for the Star” hosted by Chinese Parent’s Association Children with Disabilities Inc.
  3. $5,000 to support Australian Lions Childhood Cancer Research Foundation (ALCCRF).

2013-2014

  1. $18,000 to support 220 Children’s Feeding Program in India for disadvantaged school children for a period of 9 months.
  2. $6,525 to replace 15 computers for Dungog High School in Maitland NSW Australia.

2012-2013

  1. $7,500 Donated to 100 Indian families and beginning of the Micro Economics Project for 100 sewing machines to 100 women.