Campaign Success

Campaign Success

30 - 3 - 2017

LIBRA is pleased to announce that £200,000 has been raised in aid of the Giving 4 Growth Campaign. Trustees launched the appeal in August 2012 to help raise funds for the Haematology Department at King' College Hospital, London.  Find Out More

Read Our Latest Newsletter

Read Our Latest Newsletter

08 - 2 - 2017

Our latest edition of the Good News, our LIBRA newsletter, is now available for you to read and share. It promotes the annual Great Spring Bake, which will incorporate the Lions colours to mark the 100th anniversary of Lions Clubs International, and explains how you can get involved.  Find Out More

Exciting New LIBRA Video Launches

Exciting New LIBRA Video Launches

26 - 1 - 2017

We are busy promoting a new awareness video to help boost funds for the world class Haematology Department at King’s College Hospital in London. The exciting video which brings LIBRA’s fundraising story to life is being broadcast on our You Tube Channel. The footage reveals how vital the support of LIBRA is to the haematology team and its patients, and it also provides an insight into the ground breaking work being carried out within the department. The message is clear – together we can help to beat blood cancers and disorders.  Find Out More

Funding New Ambulatory Transplant Unit

Funding New Ambulatory Transplant Unit

26 - 1 - 2017

LIBRA Trustees, supporters and members of Bexley and Sidcup Lions Club recently visited King’s College Hospital for our AGM. During our meeting, we presented some substantial donations to the Haematology Department, including funds to cover the cost of the hospital’s new Ambulatory Transplant Unit for blood cancer patients. Find Out More

Your Legacy - A Brighter Future

Your Legacy - A Brighter Future

18 - 1 - 2017

A Legacy Foresight review of the British legacy sector shows that charitable legacy giving is worth £2.24bn. That works out at 3.4% of all the money left in estates. Over the next five years it is expected that the total legacy income will grow by 20% - or 11% after stripping out inflation.  Find Out More