Eyeglass Collection Boxes
Donated, discarded prescription glasses are cleaned and labeled for power at central locations in the area and given to those in need in various parts of the world.
Glasses can be dropped off at any of the following locations:

  • Tuckahoe Train Station
  • Crestwood Train Station
  • Dr. Valerie Overton 688 Post Road, Scarsdale
  • Sall's Auto Works in Scarsdale
  • Vision World in Port Chester, NY
  • Stop N Shop in Eastchester
  • Recycling Collection box at the corner of Garth Road and Greyrock in Scarsdale.
  • Eye Designs - Scarsdale.

Destination of Recycled Eyeglasses

Once a year, members from our club and various clubs across westchester bring down thousands of glasses collected over the calendar year to a center in Trenton, New Jersey. The members spend many hours helping test the glasses, cleaning, sorting, designating prescriptions and filling orders from organizations around the globe. 

APRIL 2021

Tuckahoe-Eastchester Lions Club and Big Brothers Big SIsters worked together and hosted their second clothing drive in Westchester at the Gateway Shopping Center in Port Chester. The mall is managed by Lion David ZImmerman, president of the Eastchester Lions Club.

Westchester Lions Clubs and the Fuller Center  hosted a clothing drive for Big Brothers ​Big Sisters of Westchester at the Gateway Shopping Center (Kohl's) in Port Chester. The mall is managed Lion David Zimmerman, president of the Eastchester Lions Club.

Victims of the massive fire in Port Chester received ​clothing and household supplies donated by several Lions Clubs in the area. Lions Jim Killoran of the Fuller Center and our president David Zimmerman spearheaded the drive which involved several neighboring clubs.


Annually, the Tuckahoe-Eastchester Lions Club host a peace poster contest at Tuckahoe Middle School. We are excited to add Eastchester Middle School to the contest this fall! Thank you to TMS Art Teacher Danielle Cacace for her participation in this program throughout the years. The contest is open to middle schoolers aged 11-13. 

The Club awards $100 to the Grand Prize winner as judged by our members. $50 each is awarded to the 3 runner-ups as well. 

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