The Lions Club of Bowral will cook up a sausage sizzle for their biggest barbecue on April 22.
Club members will hold their biggest fundraiser barbecue this year at Bunnings.
The money raised will go to help the fight against children’s cancer and 100 per cent of all profits will go directly to the Australian Lions Children’s Cancer Research Foundation.
Lions Biggest Barbecue is an annual fundraising event undertaken by Bowral Lions Club.
Lions Australia has raised well over $5 million for childhood cancer research to date through various fundraising activities.
Lions are one of the Australia’s largest service organisations which raise more than $20 million dollars per year for health, welfare and charitable projects.
Bowral Lions Club distributed more than $30,000 in 2016 for a range of local and national projects and hopes to do so again this year.
In Australia three children die each week from cancer and the Bowral Lions Club said they hoped to reduce that number.
The annual event gives clubs across the country the opportunity to support the Australian Lions Childhood Cancer Research Foundation's vision of 100 per cent survival for kids with cancer.
The barbecue will be held in the Bunnings car park in Mittagong from 10am-4pm.