Charity No SCO49145
 Please drop off your old/broken spectacles and hearing aids in boxes at these sites

Baptist Church, Dumfries

Barnardo’s Charity Shop (Moffat)

Brigend Theatre, Market Square

Calders Hetland Hall Garden Centre

Care Centre/Shoe Shop, Loreburn Street

Charnwood House Care Home (visitors /staff only)

Colin Picken Eyecare, (Moffat)

Eclipse Hair Salon, Galloway Street

Headliners Hair Salon, Loreburn Street

Heathhall Garden Centre

Lincluden Charity Shop

Murray Pharmacist, Galloway Street

Nationwide Building Society, Dumfries

North West Community Centre

Salvation Army Charity Shop, High Street

Salvation Army Charity Furniture Shop, Glasgow Street

St. Michaels Church

The Usual Place, Academy Street, Dumfries


We meet  at the Cairndale Hotel, Dumfries every month on the 2nd Monday at 7.30pm. Anyone interested in attending, without obligation, please email us on:

If you are an individual or an organisation and would like to submit a request for assistance, the address is Dumfries Lions Club c/o 19 Grieve Walk Heathhall Dumfries DG13SY or email us on the above address.

Our Club is part of the International Association of Lions Club which is the largest community service organisation of its type in the world. Help for the local community is the prime object of any Lions Club because our motto is "We Serve". We like to think of ourselves as good doers rather than "do gooders" and we are people who care about people. We are willing to serve our community and we enjoy fellowship and get satisfaction from participating in a job well done.

Since 1981, the Club has made a significant contribution to the local community and to the advancement of the Lions organisation in Scotland. It is estimated that we have raised over half a million pounds for local charities and other good causes during the last forty years and the Club is now one of the most active in Scotland.

Locally the Club has provided help for youth, pensioners, the sick, the hearing and visually challenged, the disabled and many local groups. The Lions in fact are interested in helping anyone who needs assistance provided that sufficient resources are available.

We have participated in many Lions' projects including eye camps, water wells, Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF), Young Ambassador, youth football and the hosting of young international visitors.



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