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WF3 Kindness

A local project within our district supporting WF3 Kindness which was set up to provide practical help and support to people living or working in Tingley, Ardsley and Thorpe.

Spreading Kindness in WF3

WF3 Kindness was set up in the midst of the Coronavirus outbreak in March 2020 to support people in Tingley, Ardsley & Thorpe.

Their objective is to help and support people in the area and spread kindness, they’ve done this by providing food hampers, distributing Kindness Packages, opening a clothes bank which was made available to people in need and offered support with tasks and activities around the home.

WF3 Kindness was set up by Daniel Frank and his family who, with the help of many volunteers continue to make a positive difference to people in their daily lives.

Our club reached out to Daniel to offer our support to them and we were delighted to welcome Dan to Morley & District Lions Club as a member, Dan brought with him the WF3 Kindness project which he continues to manage with our support.

You can read more abut the great things they are doing by visiting the WF3 Kindness website here:

Our Other Projects:

Our Other Projects:

Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF)


The Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) helps improve people's lives around the world, from combating vision problems to responding to catastrophes to providing valuable life skills to youth. 

Message in a Bottle

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The Message in a Bottle scheme is designed to encourage people to keep their basic personal and medical details on a form and in a common location that emergency services can locate quickly and easily.

Spectacle Recycling


We are proud to work with other Lions Clubs throughout the UK to collect unwanted and damaged spectacles.

These are then sent to Chichester Lions Club which processes tens of thousands of recycled spectacles each year. All donations are examined by a team of Lions and other volunteers in the recycling workshop. Sorted pairs of glasses are then be sent for grading and later distribution across the globe.

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