"You can't get very far until you start doing something for somebody else."

Melvin Jones (1879-1961), Founder of Lions Clubs International

On April 14, 1961, in Cumming, Georgia, the Forsyth County Lions Club was founded for the purpose of serving our local community by helping low-income Forsyth Countians receive access to quality vision and hearing care.

The Forsyth County Lions Club, along with several other local civic and service organizations and the Forsyth County Parks and Recreation Department, started a local Miracle League to provide physically and mentally challenged people of all ages a safe and spirited program in which they can hit, run, and catch on a baseball field.

As a Lions Clubs International Centennial Legacy Project, the Forsyth County Lions Club built a Braille Trail at Fowler Park for the benefit of visually impaired individuals.

Throughout the year, we engage in various fundraising events to help provide vision and hearing care to low-income uninsured Cumming-Forsyth County residents.

Our fundraisers also benefit the following charitable organizations...

Club members also serve the Cumming-Forsyth County community in other ways, including (but not limited to)...

  • Conducting vision screenings at local events.

  • Collecting non-perishable food for distribution to local food pantries.

  • Collecting toys during the Christmas season for distribution to low-income local children.

We are always looking for civic-minded people of good moral character and good reputation in the communtiy to join our club and would be honored to have you as our guest at any of our meetings.

Meetings are held every 1st and 3rd Tuesday at 7 PM at the Golden Corral on 2025 Market Place Boulevard (just off Buford Dam Road next to Best Buy). Please click here for a map.



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