BUY LIONS CHRISTMAS CAKES
Supporting Ryman Village's annual charity partner - Leukaemia & Blood Cancer New Zealand 2023-2024.
Earn $6 per cake for Ryman's Charity Project
$3 per cake from Lions + $3 from Ryman - 1 for 1 subsidy
Get excited for Christmas by enjoying Lions deliciously fruity Christmas Cakes
2023-2024 annual Charity partner - Leukaemia & Blood Cancer New Zealand.
Full of fruit, 1 kilo & delicious
Single Cake - $30 OR 12-packs - $25 per cake
(Price includes delivery to your door)
Why not team up with other Ryman Residents—buy 12 cakes at the bulk price—get a 12-pack!
Lions Clubs - Serving Your Community
Buy single cakes or in cartons of 12 delivered freight free to your door. Click on one of the following options to order now.
Lions Christmas cakes – A perfect festive tradition
Back in 1971, New Zealand Lions Christmas Cake was born. Now, more than half a century later, our Cake has become an annual nation-wide favourite. Moist, fruity, delicious. Enjoy it now, at Christmas, next year or the next.
Our cake has a shelf life of no less than two years. Did we say it tastes delicious? Of course!
Participation in the Ryman promotion is only available through the link to the website. First in first served.
A Quality Cake
Rich and fruity
Full of flavour – not crumbly
Moist 1kg cake – 15 x 15 x 5 cms - plenty to share with family & friends
Minimum 2-year shelf life
Great Value! – Premium quality for a competitive price
Delivered freight free to your door
Thanks for supporting NZ Lions Clubs Christmas Cakes
We are community volunteers who roll up our sleeves to help young people, the elderly, the ailing, the needy and our environment. In terms of our time on projects and money raised, it is estimated that Lions Clubs contribute more than $100 million each year for charitable organisations here and in the Pacific Islands.
We are proud that every dollar earned from the public goes to a Lions Clubs charitable cause. We do not take a percentage of the money for our own purposes. All monies earned are used exclusively for charitable purposes.
People who live in the community know their communities’ needs best: because each Lions Club is autonomous (although part of the wider Lions family), decisions about community projects are made at a grass roots level. Lions’ projects tend to be very hands-on: Lions actively work alongside charitable and welfare organisations that we support.