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WHO ARE WE?

Founded on October 11 of 1951 and sponsored by the Woonsocket Lions Club, the Cumberland Lions Club is a group of Good Hearted men and women who like to volunteer their services to help those less fortunate than us, in our community and around the world, providing them with food, clothing, eye glasses, hearing aids, Seeing Eye dogs, disaster relief assistance and much more.

Right now, through our Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF), we are raising funds to help the victims of the recent earthquakes  in Japan and Ecuador, as well as those of weather related desasters in the USA, India, Paraguai and other areas around the world.

Our motto is:

"WE SERVE"

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We also focus on helping our youth. Every year we provide 2 scholarships for two  qualified Cumberland High School seniors heading out to College. The students must go to the Guidance Department Office or to the Cumberland Library and ask for the Cumberland Lions Club application, or download it here.

This Club has been in existence since October, 1951. Throughout the years we had, and still have, members who have been in the Medical/Pharmaceutical field and who have worked very hard to make our club a Great Club and our community a better place.  In 2015 we instituted a $1,000.00 scholarship in memory of all those members but specially Felix and Delia (Dee) Lima. This scholarship is open to any Cumberland Resident working towards a degree, or certificate, in any healthcare area, such as Medicine, Nursing (including Nursing Assistant), Pharmacy, or Emergency Care Services, such as EMT .

Download the application here

 


We are always looking for new members to help us serving those less fortunate than us. If you, or any member of your family and friends, are interested in joining us, please send us a message at: cumberlandlions@gmail.com  or contact any of our members that you might know.

 Obituaries:

The Cumberland Lions Club is mourning the loss of Lion Fran McDermott.

To the McDermott family our deepest sympathies!

Please check our activities section so you can see how "We Serve" our community as we provide some wonderful events to help those in need.

Where there are LIONS there is always HOPE

100% of the moneys we raise goes out to the community!

We also know how to have fun. Check this out:

 

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