Lions Club of Kangaroo Island delivers more rainwater tanks

Lions Club of Kangaroo Island members John Berden, Ian Boxer and David Clifford dropping off more rainwater tanks around bushfire areas.
Lions Club of Kangaroo Island members John Berden, Ian Boxer and David Clifford dropping off more rainwater tanks around bushfire areas.

As part of the Lions Foundation of Australia support for our project, the Lions Club of Kangaroo Island has continued the delivery of rain water tanks to those who lost major infrastructure in the recent catastrophic fires.

The Lions Club recently commenced delivering tanks supplied by Mitre 10, now their supplies have arrived, together with vouchers to be spent at Mitre 10, and pumps where needed.

The ongoing project has already delivered 20 tanks and supplies to previous recipients, supplied by Ingrams Home Hardware.

The Lions Club of Kangaroo Island will continue to support affected families for the duration of the long haul back to normality.

Lions Club of Kangaroo Island members John Berden, Ian Boxer and David Clifford dropping off more rainwater tanks around bushfire areas.

Lions Club of Kangaroo Island members John Berden, Ian Boxer and David Clifford dropping off more rainwater tanks around bushfire areas.

As people get infrastructures built the continuing need for support and goods will be ongoing.

The KI Lions Club is grateful for the donations from the community, other Lions clubs and the the Lions governing bodies, the Australian Lions Foundation and Lions International.

The Lions Mart will supply used household goods and furniture free to those affected and is situated at the northwest corner of the Kingscote oval.

The Lions Op Shop in Dauncy Street is also available.

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