The Kings Meadows Lions Club has continued their support of The Examiner's Empty Stocking Appeal by donating $2000.
The group has raised more than $20,000 this year for local and national appeals from garage sales, catering functions and sausage sizzles.
President Dennis Mann has been in the club for 20 years and said the club had donated to the appeal for at least 10 years.
"I suppose we always have, it's a tradition really," he said.
"We'll donate our time and do anything if someone asks."
The club donates to cancer research, volunteers time to food drives, is supporting a man with cerebral palsy to help with transport and will donate books next year to primary schools for the Tell Me a Story competition.
Secretary June Pearton joined the club two years ago, after retiring, because they had a variety of volunteering opportunities.
"When I retired I thought I wanted to give something back to the community and do volunteering so that's why I joined," she said.
For the 111th appeal The Examiner has set a target to raise $90,000 to help four Launceston charities.
The appeal has raised $51,650 so far.
Every dollar raised will go towards Launceston City Mission, The Salvation Army, The Benevolent Society and St Vincent De Paul.
To donate via bank transfer: BSB 035822, Account 011443538. Using BPAY: Biller Code 49429, reference 0110 30091 9001443538 8.