We are currently working on new projects to publish soon.

So bear with us until then.


Ongoing Project 2016 in Maarja Village Estonia

Maarja Village is a unique settlement of adult people with special needs in Estonia, near Tartu. It is a community of disabled people, who live and work together. Many of the houses are funded by Lions around the baltic sea and the world.

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They need support for many things. So every cent is welcome.

SA MAARJA KÜLA, Riia 185, 51014 Tartu, Estonia

Bank account:

IBAN: EE21 2200 2210 6389 7550

Bank: Swedbank


For more information see this flyer: Maarja Village.

Projects 2015 in Polen (finished!)
The two projects in Polen have been finished by now with the help of Lions around the Baltic Sea and LCIF.

The first project was about a Child Care Home in Gdansk where Lions raised money to build a beautiful garden for children with disabilities.

For more information click on: Ogrody Korczaka




Ongoing project:

Training dogs for blind people in Polen. Click on: Dogs-for-Blind and watch the movie:

If you wish to donate:

Lions Club Gdynia

Bank PKO B.P. : PL65 1440 1026 0000 0000 0034 5725


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Past Projects
During the years BSL has participated in and created a large number of international aid projects. These pictures show just some examples.


Latvia 2016

We organised new outdoor sports equipment for a Primary school (1st- 9th grade).

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Lions from District 111 N (North Germany) collected funds to support Lions from District 121 (Poland) to install outdoor fitness equipment in Kobysewo (near Gdansk) for a home for elderly disabled people.

2014 – Latvia

Danish Lions upload Medical Equipment into the truck. German Lions packed hospital beds into the truck.

A truckload of medical equipment, hospital beds and bed-tables where packed by Danish and German Lions and sent to a home for eldery in Latvia.

Previous and ongoing project – Estonia:


Tammistu is an old German manor house near Tartu, Estonia. During the soviet period the beautiful house was left in decay, but now during several years Estonian lions as well as several other aid organisations have assisted in renovating parts of the property. Today Tammistu is a holiday resort for parents of disabled children.