Exeter Area Lions Club

Serving the towns of
Brentwood, East Kingston, Exeter, Kensington, Newfields and Stratham since 1927.



Who Are We?

Exeter Area Lions Club members are men and women of all ages and backgrounds. Becoming a member does not mean attending every meeting, but more a willingness to help out when help is needed, especially with our activities and fund-raisers.

As members, Lions not only help those in need, but also help themselves grow and develop strong personal friendships, and gain valuable leadership skills. Join us and become an active member of your community!

If you're interested in becoming a member, or would like more information, e-mail us, or send us a message on our Facebook page.

Some of the things we do:

♦  Vision screenings for pre-school and elementary school children 
♦  Provide hearing aid and eyesight assistance
♦  Donate Christmas food baskets
♦  Holiday Adopt-A-Senior program
♦  Provide Fuel Assistance
♦  Pancake Breakfast with Santa
♦  Provide scholarships 
♦  Adopt-A-Highway litter cleanups
♦  Collect used eyeglasses for recycling
♦  Support Future in Sight (Formerly NH Association for the Blind)
♦  Support End 68 Hours of Hunger
♦  Support Exeter Area YMCA

District Projects:

♦  Lions Camp Pride - A summer camp facility that was built and continues to be maintained and operated by the 42 Lions Clubs of eastern New Hampshire available to be utilized by non-profit groups and educational institutions for programs including conferences, retreats, and youth or adult camps.
♦  Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation of New Hampshire, Inc. - Works with Lions Clubs to assist with eyesight and hearing needs that the clubs cannot fund on their own.

Community Support:

The community we serve supports us in return. We host several fund-raisers throughout the year, and the generosity of local businesses and residents is key to our success. Some of our events include:
♦  Annual Spring Auction
♦  Comedy Shows
♦  Various Raffles

Did You Know?  

•  Lions Clubs International is the world's largest service organization with about 46,000 clubs and more than 1.4 million members worldwide.
100% of every dollar donated to Lions goes to charity.
Lions test athletes' eyes at every NH Summer Special Olympics. With volunteer opthalmologists and staff on site, many athletes get new, properly fitted eyeglasses on the spot.
 NH Lions host a fun weekend for visually impaired adults featuring bowling, shopping trips, card games, swimming, dancing, and lots of laughs.
Lions International is working to eradicate measles from the planet.
It costs over $25,000 to raise and train one service dog for the blind.
Lions were first on the ground on 9/11, in Haiti, New Orleans, Japan and at disaster sites everywhere. Nearly every spot on Earth is hometown to a Lion, and we all serve.





Lions Clubs International is the world's largest service club organization with more than 1.4 million members in approximately 46,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas around the world.

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