Lions Christmas cake a ‘lifesaver’

DID you know that eating a Christmas cake can save a child’s life or help prevent blindness – that is if you eat a Lions Christmas cake?

Bankstown Lions President Christine Tadros says the fruity Lions Christmas cake is baked to a specific recipe specifically for Lions Australia.
“All proceeds from the sale of these cakes will be used by Lions for their Lions Save Sight project and other humanitarian projects, including Childhood Cancer Research and their Mobility Foundation,” she said.
“Lions is very proud that 100 per cent of all fundraising goes directly back to the community.
“But we need your help to continue our good work; all homes that intend to have a Christmas cake this year, make sure yours is a Lions Christmas cake.”
Mini cakes cost $2, 1kg cakes and puddings, $16, and the 1.5kg cake is $20.
You can order cakes at, call the cakes hotline on 1300 300 205 or pick one up at Carols in Park at Wiley Park on December 2, 4-9pm Campsie Christmas Village Market and Bunnings Bankstown on December 7, 5-7pm, or Bankstown Christmas Village Market, 5-8pm, on December 14, with gift wrapping also on offer for a gold coin donation and all funds raised going to charity.