Do you have any stamps lying around?
Well if you give them to the Lions Club of Goulburn City or any other Lions Club, you will be helping out children with cerebral palsy.
Clubs across the country collected over 400 kilograms of stamps over the past 12 months, breaking their record, and raised $53,000 for the children.
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Lions Club of Goulburn City president and former treasurer Rosemary Chapman said she had been collecting stamps for five to six years.
"I haven't collected as many stamps as I'd like recently because we're not seeing many people due to COVID-19," Ms Chapman said.
"Normally, I ask around locally as well as a few of the schools to save stamps for me.
"I was previously the secretary, so I would keep all our stamps."
All the stamps collected are sold and all of the profits go to the Australian Lions Children's Mobility Foundation which provides walkers to children with cerebral palsy.
The foundation works closely with physiotherapists and medical professionals to give each child the best walker.
Lions Clubs Australia secretary Ross Paine encouraged all Australians to help out with the project.
"The Australian Lions Children's Mobility Foundation provides children with disabilities with the life-changing gift of independence," Mr Paine said.
"It's been wonderful to see the incredible impact we have made simply by collecting and selling stamps for funds to support the vital work of this foundation.
"Stamp collections that are no longer wanted, postage stamps clipped from envelopes, first day covers or anything philatelic was collected and sold this year and we are again seeking similar material right now."
The Lions Club stamp project started in 2004 with almost $200,000 provided to the foundation.
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