Lions' Pride Shown at Edmonton Food Bank
Members of Edmonton Chinese Lions Club, families and friends joined other caring Edmontonians at the Edmonton Food Bank on August 7, 2021
ECLC keeping seniors connected through COVID-19
Funds donated to the Ming Ai unit at the Edmonton General Continuing Care Centre allowed for the purchase of iPads and speakers to enable residents to connect with friends and family despite visitor restrictions at the Centre. | March 30, 2020
Edmonton Food Bank 2020 in 2020
2020 in 2020 is a continuation of ECLC’s celebration of 100 years of Lionism by packing 100 tin boxes of non-perishable foods (brainchild Lion Lan in 2015) for distribution by Edmonton’s Food Bank.
Oct. 22, 2019: Lion President Sara Chow presents donation to Cornerstone Counselling representatives Sheila E (l) and Amanda M (r)
The donation is a sponsorship for the A/V equipment rental for the Down With Man Up Awards Ceremony taking place on November 27, 2019
ECLC feeds 700 kids in 25 minutes
The Edmonton Chinese Lions Club returned to Edmonton's Food Bank for a third year in a row for our Summer Snack Kits for Kids event. | June 2019
Awards for Outstanding Community Service
- Al Chow recognized with a Melvin Jones Award
- Stacey Chan recognized with a Progressive Melvin Jones Award
Presented by Lion President Lan Chan-Marples and PDG Henry Lung
Ming Ai special unit for Chinese residents at the Edmonton General Continuing Care Centre
Familiarity and bringing in the comforts of home are great ways to help residents moving into assisted living feel comfortable and welcome. But for some residents, their traditions may not be so familiar to care staff!
The Ming Ai is a special unit for Chinese residents at the Edmonton General Continuing Care Centre. For Lina Chiong and her mother Lai Yung, this attention to detail makes the adjustment to care much easier.
ECLC Legacy Fund
ECLC President Lion Douglas Lim presents cheque to Matt Mandrusiak (centre) of the Edmonton Community Foundation to add to the ECLC Legacy Fund. | May 2016
ECLC President Lion Douglas Lim presents cheque to Glenda Sheard (center) and Angela Kublik of the Strathcona County Library. The donation will allow the library to purchase ESL materials to add to their resources. | May 2016
Working together to relieve hunger
Serving meals at the Mustard Seed to a large group of inner city residents
Help for Individuals with Vision Loss
Helping people with disabilities lead safer and more independent lives.
Supporting the Local Community
Helping seniors with their grocery trips
Demonstrating our commitment to the environment
The annual tree-planting event continuing the legacy of Past President Lion Tam to plant 1,000,000 trees.
Promoting Family Literacy
Family Literacy Night at Delton School held May 21, 2014