The Lions Club has been serving the Brick community since 1948 by supporting charities for the visually or hearing impaired, providing eye exams and glasses for the needy, scholarships for graduating seniors, and various community projects.

There are more than 45,000 Lions clubs in 185 geographical locations around the world. Lions are men and women who volunteer their time to serve humanity. At last count there were more than 1.4 million Lions club members in the world. That makes Lions Club International the largest service club organization in the world.



Over the years, the Lions Club of Brick has supported the following organizations, charities & events:


    • Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic
    • New Jersey Eyeglass Recycling Center
    • Eye Bank of Delaware Valley
    • Deborah Hospital Childrens World
    • Guide Dog Foundation
    • Brick Township Dare Program
    • Lions Eye & Ear Diagnostic Services
    • Lions District 16B Charitable Foundation
    • Camp Marcella for the Blind
    • Brick Township High School Leo Club
    • Lions Eye Bank of New Jersey
    • Lions Eye Research Foundation
    • Brick High School Scholarship
    • Brick Memorial High School Scholarship
    • Brick Township 9-11 Memorial
    • Brick Township Beach Wheelchairs
    • Ocean County Volunteers for the Blind
    • Katzenbach School for the Deaf
    • Lions Clubs International Foundation
    • Soundfield systems for Brick Schools
    • Primary Learning Center Audiometer
    • Drum Point Park Signs
    • Ocean of Love
    • Eye Exams and Glasses for the needy






    • Vince Blasi
    • Chuck Boyles
    • Don Frank
    • Mo Hill
    • Jacki Jungsberger
    • Carol Marchione
    • Tim Marks
    • Donna Merchant
    • Joe Myers
    • Steve Naples
    • Dan Noto
    • Bob Peltier
    • Chris Polacco
    • Kim Polacco
    • Matt Polacco
    • Jack Russell
    • Brittany Valenti
    • Paul Valenti


      Don Frank (50 Years)

      Jack Russell

      Vince Blasi

      Mo Hill



      The Brick Lions want your old eyeglasses. Recycling boxes are located throughout town. Look for the Yellow Collection Boxes at The Municipal Complex. There are also collection boxes at Brick High School and Brick Memorial High School.



      Drum Point Sports Complex sign.


Ocean of Love/105.7 The Hawk Billboard Radiothon. 

Brick Lions Support Ocean of Love

Each year radio station 105.7 The Hawk sponsors the Ocean Of Love Billboard Radiothon.  This year, it will again be Andy Chase sitting atop the 105.7 Billboard until their goal of raising $105,700.00 is met.  Ocean Of Love is an organization located in Ocean County which helps Ocean County families who’s children have cancer.  Ocean Of Love is there to help these families in any way necessary.  Whether it is emotional or financial support, or advice on what to do, Ocean Of Love is there. So come on out and help Andy get off the billboard early!



Andy Chase, ready to join a biker gang, with Lion Members.




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