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Dartmouth, MA

Original Charter 1947
Re-Chartered June 3rd 2008

Recipient of 3 Sight Awards from MLERF & The 2012 L. Doug Sime Award


Centennial Legacy Project - O'Connor-Sisson Veterans Home
The Dartmouth Lions have sponsored the furnishing of a room at the brand new O'Connor-Sisson House for homeless and low-income veterans that will be opening in the fall of 2016 located at the former State Police Barracks, 262 State Road in Dartmouth. WE NEED YOUR HELP! Now more than ever, we need volunteers, patrons, and donations to help us reach our pledge goal! If you are interested in donating to our pledge, or want to know how you can help, please contact us using one of the methods on our contacts page. Please check back here and support us in our upcoming fundraiser events!


Lions are men and women, just like you from diverse walks of life who volunteer their time to humanitarian causes in their local communities and around the world.  By conducting service projects and raising funds, Lions strive to help those in need, wherever need exists.  
To Lions, "We Serve" is more than our Motto; it is a definition, and a philosophy.
For more than 90 years, Lions have been recognized throughout the world for their service to the blind and visually impaired.  A majority of the world's eye banks are established and supported by Lions, as are hundreds of clinics, hospitals and eye research centers.  In their local communities, Lions provide thousands of people each year with free quality eye care and eyeglasses, as well as optical and hearing aids. They also recycle heavily worn or unusable eyeglasses and hearing aids.
Through Lions efforts, thousands of dollars are raised for eye research and local charitable use, with 100% of every dollar raised going directly to that charity.  We have no paid Lions.
Anyone wishing to donate funds or time is welcome to contact us; we will not share your name, number or any other information with anyone.


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