The Bloomfield Lions are part of Lions Club International, one of the largest service organizations in the world, 

Our efforts are focused on two core areas...


Our local membership of men and women, as well as students in the LEOs Club,  come from all walks of life in the Bloomfield community, and we are always open to adding more individuals as well as families to the organization.

Here are examples of service to our local community, as well as other focus organizations...

  • Adopt-A-Highway
  • Batavia School for the Blind
  • Boys State
  • Camp Badger (Empire State Speech and Hearing Camp)
  • Christmas Tree Lighting
  • Community Christmas Baskets
  • Eyeglass Donation
  • Eye screening for pre-schoolers
  • Finger Lakes Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts
  • Finger Lakes Girl Scouts
  • Halloween Party
  • Lions Club International Foundation
  • East Bloomfield-Holcomb Fire Department
  • Explorer Post 295
  • Rochester Eye and Human Parts Bank
  • Finger Lakes Hearing
  • K9 Helpers
  • WXXI | Reachout Radio
  • Bloomfield Soccer
  • Bloomfield Steelers
  • Bloomfield Little League Baseball
  • BCS High School Band
  • BCS High School Graduation Party
  • BCS Scholarship funds
  • Ontario/Yates Hospice
  • Serenity House
  • Guiding Eyes for the Blind
  • New York State Speech Clinic

How do we fund our activities?

Our fundraisers include monthly spaghetti dinners at Veteran's Park (American Legion Building) the second Wednesday from September through November, then January and February, in adidition to selling popcorn at various community events, raffles, a pancake breakfast, fundraising drives, and donations from our community.

Membership Benefits

Would you like to help make a difference in our community and make the Bloomfield area a better place to live?

Would you like to give back to your own community and become part of one of the largest service organization's in the world?

Think you have anything to offer? Or that you are too busy? We all have something to contribute to the greater benefit of our community, no matter how large or small we think our input may be. And time is something that none of us has enough of. But an hour or two a month can make a big difference to the kid who can’t see the blackboard yet can't afford glasses, or the woman who is afraid to leave her house as she’s blind, or the disabled child who thinks he/she can never go to summer camp.

Join us for at our monthly dinner at Cheap Charlie's.

Discover what we are all about!  

Guests are always welcome!

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