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Serving Coppell, Texas and the World since 1983

Regular Club Meetings are held at: 

First United Methodist Church Rotunda
420 S. Heartz Rd
Coppell, TX  75019

1st Monday of  each month  (excluding holidays) Regular Club Meeting at 7:00 pm

2nd Monday of each month - Club Board Meeting

3rd Monday of each month (excluding holidays) - Regular Club Meeting at 7:00 pm.







        On Monday February 19th, the Coppell Lions Club members celebrated

their 40th year of service to the community of Coppell, Texas.   

        Several past members and District 2-X1 oGicials attended this event. In

attendance was past member and past Coppell resident Rebecca Boatman.

She is believed to have been the first woman admitted into a Lions club after

female membership became available in 1987. Lions Clubs International was

the first international service club to admit women into their ranks.

        Snacks and a commemorative cake were served. Former club members

shared memories and a slide show was provided that showed many of the

club’s service and fundraiser events. Each current club member received a

40th anniversary club patch to add to their Lions vest.

        Chartered by Lions Clubs International on May 12th, 1983 the club has

served the Coppell community by collecting and recycling used eyeglass,

providing college scholarships to Coppell HS seniors, cleaning city parks and

streets, sponsoring the Coppell Community Summit of our local service and

religious organizations, providing grants for Coppell Parks and the Kid Country

playground, conducting the annual Christmas Holiday food and toy drive,

conducting free vision clinics and eyeglasses for Coppell students with vision

issues, and sponsoring free attendance for physically handicapped and or

diabetic youth campers to the Texas Lions Camp in Kerrville, Texas.

        Other service contributions include teaming with the two Carrollton

Lions clubs which together raised $100,000 needed to receive a Lions Clubs

International Foundation (LCIF) $100,000 matching grant to purchase a

custom mobile food pantry which was donated to Metrocrest Services for

food distribution into local area “food deserts”.

         Lions Club’s mission is to Serve their community’s needs. LCIF’s

mission is to empower local Lions Clubs to accomplish humanitarian service

that would otherwise not be possible without the support of their monetary



Annual Coppell HS Senior College Scholarship

Our scholarship program is now in its 40th year

Students must have plans to attend a four-year school, a community college or a junior college, carrying at least twelve hours each semester.  Recipients are awarded $2000 the first year, with the potential of three additional years at $2000 each, totaling $8000.  Primary selection criteria are financial need (as determined by the Lions Club).  Character, citizenship and community service will also be considered.  Students must submit a statement as to why they need or desire the scholarship.  Use the CHS common application (located in the Document Library in Major Clarity).  

If you do not have access to Major Clarity, please send an email to Lion Dan Madden:

Deadline for application submission is March 8th, 2024


Mail completed application to:

Lions Club

Attn: Dan Madden

PO Box 314

Coppell, TX  75019 



Coppell Lions Supported Charities: 

The “Texas Lions Camp” (TLC is a free residential summer camp for children with physical disabilities, type 1 diabetes and pediatric cancer). Contact our club or visit for more information.

And the “Primary Care Clinics of North Texas” (a 501(c)(3) non-profit healthcare facility that provides medical care to uninsured adults in the metroplex)

The “Lions Clubs International Foundation” for local and worldwide disaster and humanitarian relief.


Coppell Lions Make Donations To Local And State Charities

In addition to helping the children of Coppell, the Coppell Lions regularly donates money to charities in the area that are working to make Coppell and better community and to help those in need.

The Club has made sizable donations to the World Services for the Blind, the Leader Dogs for the Blind Program, and the Friends of Coppell Nature park.  These programs are ongoing commitments to their respective areas to provide a better way of life for all those involved in the community.

Coppell, TX  75019


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