Welcome to the Northeast Tarrant Lions Club Web

We Meet the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at  Spring Creek Barbeque, 1509 Airport Freeway (at the intersection with Forest Ridge) in Bedford.

Recent Events

Dr. Sues Birthday Bash, Bedford Library
Hot Dog Sales  - Thanks to all who volunteered and a special thanks to our primary sponsor

Tim Funderburk


NEW: We collect your clothes and small goods after your Garage Sale. Call us for pickup information: 817.271.0353

Fall of 2018
Disc Golf Tournament
Watch this space!

Use the donation link above to donate in support of our activities
Take a moment to view the video

Flag Presentation to VFW post 4695


We are always interested in new members
Consider joining us at our next meeting - WE SERVE the community.
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JDog Junk & Hauling

The guys at JDog put out the call and neighbors, friend & Lions answered. Our club contributed a portion and the bulk of the items cam from neighbors and friends of JDog. We were there this morning to assist in the loading before 4 trucks and Army Veterans headed to the Houston area with the supplies and manpower.


Goldman Sachs

Lions often partner with other organizations to "serve." And that's just what the Northeast Tarrant Lions of Tarrant County, Texas did recently when they received donations of clothing, bedding and household items from employees of Goldman Sachs at their Irving, Texas location.
This was the fifth annual Summer Charity Drive by the people at Goldman Sachs and the result was awesome. As a result of their efforts, the Northeast Tarrant Lions received an estimated 11,500 household and personal items which were contributed to the PTA Clothes Closet and the Food Bank of the Hurst-Euless-Bedford (Texas) Independent School District.
Contributions included 8,090 diapers, 1,250 packages of wipes, 797 pair of underwear, 519 pair of socks, ten twin-sheet sets, seven twin comforter/blankets, 15 standard-sized pillows, 457 bath towels, 277 wash cloths, and 106 pints of jelly.

The contribution came just as the Clothes Closet and Food Bank were getting ready for the beginning of a new school year.
Joyce Rider, who operates the Clothes Closet was elated. She said, "This comes on a Friday. On Monday, I had 40 client families coming for clothing, and there were some things I did not have for them, until the Lions showed up at the door with all these things. Just in time to meet our needs."
Northeast Tarrant Lions utilized seven vehicles to move everything from the Goldman Sachs building in Irving to the Clothes Closet in Euless, Texas.

Donation to the HEB Clothes Closet and Family Services


What we do...

Sports Extravaganza for Special Needs athletes

Camp for the disabled / food and clothing for the needy

Donations to various LOCAL charity and support organizations

Eye Screening for children

Support for local Schools and Organizations

Check out our very cool video: here

 Club Fundraisers

  • Boots and Bling - C/W Dance and Auction
  • Summer Magic Show - featuring C.J. Johnson
  • Night of Wonder -  featuring David Hira
  • Disc Golf Tournament (Fall of 2018)
  • Pizza Fest (Fall of 2019)

We partner with a number of local charities to more efficiently support those in need:

HEB School District

  • involved in their Adopt-a-School program, under which last year we helped Harrison Lane Elementary set up a learning center for special needs children.
  • support the district's food bank and work to find homes for homeless kids and families.
  • support the district's clothes closet, which provides new and slightly used clothing to hundreds of children in the HEB district.
  • provide a good number of scholarships to graduating high school seniors in the school district.


  • support their back to school program, which provides backpacks and school supplies to 4,000-5,000 children each year.
  • provide vision screening from 400-500 children each year as part of Back to School.
  • provide funding for Night of Hope, which brings Christmas presents and dinners to needy families.
  • provide physical assistance in the 6Stones CPR program, which works to refurbish homes in the HEB area.

We also:

  • provide vision screening in other venues such as Low-Vision Day at the Bedford Library and Back to School at Grapevine High School.
  • provide eyeglasses at no cost to children in the HEB School District who cannot afford them.
  • provide eyeglasses to adults in HEB who cannot afford them.

As partners with other Lions clubs:

  • we support the Texas Lions Camp at Kerrville, which provides free summer camping to children with blindness, disabilities, cancer, or diabetes.
  • we support the Julien C. Hyer Youth Camp, which brings in a good number of foreign students for a summer goodwill visit to Texas.
  • we recycle thousands of pairs of used eyeglasses to be reused in venues all over the world.
  • we arrange for eye surgeries such as corneal transplants for needy candidates.
  • we make available funds to help restore areas devastated by floods and windstorms.

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About US

Northeast Tarrant Lions Club was officially chartered in October 2011. Our fundraising arm, Northeast Tarrant Lions Charities, is a 501(c)(3) organization and allows us to move ahead with fund-raising and service to our community.

We support the Texas Lions Camp which provides free camping each summer to over 1500 children with over 150 different types of disabilities including blindness, diabetes, and Down Syndrome. We contribute to a number of sight-related organizations including Leader Dogs for the Blind, Lighthouse for the Blind, the Lions Organ and Eye Bank, and  World Services for the Blind.

We collect used eyeglasses for recycling. These glasses have allowed people in many remote parts of the world to see again, or, perhaps, for the first time. We also offer free eyeglasses to HEB students who cannot afford them.

The club supports the Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD Food Bank which helps many struggling families have food on the table after school hours and on weekends. We gather and contribute clothing to the HEB Clothes Closet. We contribute to an emergency housing service which works to find temporary housing for those who have lost their place to live. And we work with and through the 6Stones Ministries to provide additional help for HEB families in need.

Each year we offer scholarships for graduating seniors at high schools in the HEB district.

In cooperation with other area Lions clubs, we provide vision screening to children and adults throughout Tarrant County. If your organization has an upcoming event where Lions might conduct free  screenings, call 817-266-1480 for more information.

New Members Welcome

The NET Lions serve a large part of Northeast Tarrant County, but more specifically, Hurst, Euless,and Bedford.  We meet at the Spring Creek Barbeque, 1509 Airport FWY, Bedford, TX on the 1st Tuesday and 3rd Tuesdays of the month at 6:30 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. We invite you to visit us. We have a place for you. (We buy your first meal!)

Contact Information

Phone: 817-271-0353, Walt & Marsha Mills




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