​Welcome to the South Attleboro Village Lions Club


Our members are very different in many ways, but we share a core belief -- our community is what we make it, that is because we help where help is needed.  In short, WE SERVE!

The club began in 1977 with 12 women.  These 12 women reached out to family and friends to bring in additional members.  Their first major fundraising project was a Fashion Show and their first major community service project was to benefit the New Hope Battered Women's Shelter.  Additional fundraisers included craft fairs, bake sales, flea markets, yard sales, suppers, and car washes -- some of which we continue today.

Programs we support include Diabetes Camperships, large print books at the Attleboro Library, caring connection, eyeglasses for school children, hearing aid collections, elderly outings and Christmas is for kids.  Our current fundraisers include the Chopstick Auction, Brown Bag Auction, Craft Fair, Mum Sale, DARE, Oldies Dance, St. Pat's Dinner/Dance, Cancer Walk, White Cane Day, and Lees Pond Walk.

We regularly give to the Lions Club International Fund (LCIF) and the Massachusetts Lions Eye Research Fund (MLERF).  We also participate in district projects such as the Youth Speech Peace Poster, Eye Mobile, and Spot Camera screenings.  

We are Lions and committed to the World's largest service organization -- Lions International.  We will continue to be Helen Keller's Knights of the Blind for many years to come.

If you (or your family and friends) would like to become involved in an upcoming project, donate to LCIF or MLERF, or join our Lions Club, you can:

1.  Email one of our Club Officers and request more information, or

2.  Attend one of our monthluy meetings to learn more about our group.



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