THE Lions Club in Alfaz donated €1,752 to the Food Bank run by the local Social Volunteers Association. The cash has been used for non-perishable food stables like lentils, oil, tuna, powdered milk and baby biscuits. Theassociation also bought disposable nappies, toiletries, moisturisers and toothpaste and, as Christmas approaches, turron and other Christmas treats.The purchases were made at an Alfaz supermarket by the Lions Club vice-president Ada Stoppelenburg who wasaccompanied by councillors Marisa Cortes and Isabel Muñoz, together with members of the Social Volunteers Association. Lions Clubs International is one of the largest non-political service organisations in the world and was originally established in Chicago in 1917.It now has more than 1.4 million members belonging to approximately 46,000 clubs in 200 countries. Alfaz’s Lions have been carrying out social projects at local level and collaborating with international campaigns for the last 30 years and they regularly cooperate with the Social Volunteers Association and Alfaz town hall.