Welcome to the Coppell Lions Club's Home Page

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 & 3rd Mondays of each month (excluding holidays) at 7:00 pm.


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.

Annual Coppell HS Senior College Scholarship.

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.

Annual Coppell HS Senior College Scholarship


Our scholarship program is now in its 37th year

Students must have plans to attend a four-year college, carrying at least twelve hours each semester.  Recipients are awarded $1,300 the first year, with the potential of three additional years of $1300 each, totaling $5200. Primary selection criteria are financial need (as perceived 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 Naviance).  

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

Deadline for application submission is March 16th.


Mail completed application to:

Lions Club

Attn: Dan Madden

PO Box 314

Coppell, TX  75019

Blood Donor Criteria

Potential blood donors can volunteer beginning at age 16 with a parent's consent, and 17-year-olds and older can give independently. All donors must weigh at least 110 pounds, be in good general health and present a photo ID.  Carter Blood Care professionals also  check your blood pressure, pulse, current temperature and hemoglobin level at the time of donation. Additionally, when your blood is tested for diseases before it is released for public use, the lab provides you with a free total cholesterol level within days of your donation.


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