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Lions Club of CAPALABA

District 201Q1, Queensland, Australia

Emergency Response

EMERGENCY RESPONSE

REDLANDS  LIONS EMERGENCY LIAISON OFFICER IS David:  0408 761 267 or emergency.redlands@gmail.com, who is from this Club.

 

Redland City Council is interested in working with Lions and other community service clubs wanting involvement in the Emergency Response in the Redlands.

Lions Clubs work together to support emergencies and natural disasters in Australia and overseas.

We hope you will be interested and inquire about these activities.

We welcome your interest and invite you to support the work of the foundations or other activities by donating, taking part in activities, or by expressing an interest in joining a Lions Club to help us continue and grow our work and our funding of emergency assistance to affected communities.

If you would like to keep up to date with news about how Lions are responding to assist in Emergencies or Disasters, visit our Emergency News page

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Lions have always been a part of emergency support within Australia. Whether it be by providing direct help as members of the local bushfire brigade or SES, helping out as tradespeople in rebuilding efforts, providing food, clothing and a friendly face to emergency workers; or raising dollars to help local communities recover – Lions are there.

The Lions Alert program is about Lions being organised and available to help out where needed.

Lions Emergency response provides an mechanism for Lions to support their communities in local, Statewide, National or International emergencies. Lions National “Lions Alert” Chairperson is the Executive Officer – Rob Oerlemans.

The Multiple District Council has established an emergency response team consisting of the Council Charimen, four District Governors and the Executive Officer who coordinate our emergency response. Each District has also established a District Emergency Committee.

Visit our Emergency News page