Just some examples Dartmouth Lions Club Projects and events:  

Eye Glass Recycling
Our club collects used, unwanted eyeglasses through multiple drop off boxes 
located throughout the HRM.  If you have any old pairs or eyeglasses lying around your home, please take them to one of our collection boxes and we will recycle them and get them to a person in need. Please help give others the Gift of Sight!




Costco Wholesale          Dartmouth Crossing
Eye World Ltd                 250 Baker Drive, Unit 13
Eyes on Portland            644 Portland St  
Family Vision                  45 Alderney Drive
Family Vision                  50 Tacoma Drive
Family Vision                  Superstore Mall 650 Portland Street
Vogue Optical                 114 Woodlawn Centre|
Vogue Optical                 1 Cumberland Drive
Wal-Mart Vision Ctr         Dartmouth Crossing 


Blood Donor Clinics

The Club Hosts regular blood donor clinics within our community. 




Canada Day Activities
Annual - Pancake Breakfast
We love to get together with the Halifax Regional Municipality and the 18 Dartmouth Royal Air Cadet Squadron to make and serve free pancake breakfast to our community.

Photo from: 
snapd Dartmouth


Free Sullivan's Pond Concert
Happy to give out water and bars with the Halifax Regional Munucipality and the Cadets at this great event hosted by Downtown Dartmouth Business Commission



Annual - Pet Valu Walk for Dog Guides

Residents and their four-legged best friends walked together for the Pet Valu Walk for Dog Guides. Walk funds raised at this national event support the work of the Lions Foundation of Canada and their dog guide training program.

Photo from: 
snapd Dartmouth 
Photo by Ken Thompson



Annual - Parade in Tribute to Veterans and Those Who Serve
Great time in the parade and later serving hot dogs to participants and attendees


Lion Mints

For more than 20 years, Lion clubs a have depended on the profits generated by the sale of Lion Mints to purchase eyeglasses and hearing aids for the needy; send kids to camp; assist the disabled; help school programs and provide support to the community.
We are looking for more locations to have our mints!
Please contact the club number if you want to host one of our displays.

Peace Poster Contest and Drug Awareness Program 


Lions provide youths aged 11-13 the opportunity to share their artistic vision for peace and make posters to help educate about drug awareness







Annual - Lions Beach Clean up

Always a fun time to get together with the 18 Dartmouth Royal Air Cadets to clean up the beach and the surrounding area 




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