The Kingston Lions Club have a number of ongoing projects. Members actively participate in these projects which generate funds to support the many oranizations and activities we support. See below for a comprehensive list of those organizations and activities.

Radio Bingo

The Kingston Lions Club will be running quarterly Bingos this 2022-2023 year. On Mondays the Kingston Lions Club participates in the Radio Bingo.

Community Luncheons

On the second Tuesday of the month from September to June the Kingston Lions Club over a luncheon to members of the community for a small cost. Delicious meals are prepared by the Lions with take-outs, delivery and in-house dining available.

Yard Sales

Twice a year, spring and fall the Kingston Lions put on a massive yard sale. Indoors are household items, electronics, books and many other unique items. Downstairs in the hall is our furniture display. In the garage you will always find appliances and many tools and outdoor equipment.

Kingston Lions Christmas Craft Fair

Each November theKingston Lions Club invite vendors from all over to display their crafts at our annual pre-Christmas Craft Fair. The twoday event brings in 80 crafters and close to 1000 visitors.

Port George Country Jamboree

The Kingston Lions Club partners with other Valley Lions Clubs and the community of Port George in putting on this very successful event. In particular the Club runs the two canteens.

'Munch' Breakfast Program

A number of Lions volunteer an hour a week during the school year to serve breakfast to students at the Kingston & District Elementary School. These dedicated Lions arrive every morning to make sure that the youngsters start their day off with a nutritious breakfast and a welcoming smile from the volunteers.

Lions After the Bell Program

Kingston Lions, in partnership with Schools Plus, provides identified school aged children who are experiencing food insecurity at home on the weekends, with enough food to last the weekend. The food is provided in such a way as to reduce stigma and Schools Plus acts as the intermediary to ensure privacy of those who are receiving the food.

The Kingston Lions Club supports the following organizations:

International Organizations

Lions Foundation Sights First:

Lions Quest:

National Charitable Organizations

Lions Foundation of Canada:

Lions Foundation of Nova Scotia:

Lions Foundation Walk for Dog Guides:

Lions Quest Canada:

Canadian Cancer Society:

Canadian Diabetes Association:

Canadian Red Cross:

Heart and Stroke Foundation:

Kidney Foundation:

Medic Alert Foundation:

Prostate Canada:

Muscular Dystrophy Canada:

Royal Canadian Legion Poppy Campaign:

Provincial and Local Charitable Organizations

Annapolis County Search and Rescue

Autism Nova Scotia Annapolis Valley

Chrysalis House 

Fidelis House Society

Heart and Stroke Foundation Nova Scotia:

IWK Health Centre Foundation Telethon:

Mid Valley Palliative Care Unit:

Society of Deaf & Hard of Hearing Nova Scotia:

Valley Regional Hospital Foundation:

CNIB – Nova Scotia / PEI:

Nova Scotia Kidney Foundation:

Soldiers Memorial Hospital Foundation:

Valley Regional Hospice Foundation:

Fidelis House:

Valley Cardiac Rehab Program: 

Alzheimer Society Nova Scotia:

Upper Room Food Bank:


Youth and Educational Organizations

Campaign for Kids:

Victims of Violence – Child ID Kits:

Brigadoon Village

Camp Lion Maxwell

Children’s Wish Foundation – Nova Scotia:

West Kings District High School:

Pine Ridge Middle School:

Kingston and District Elementary School:

Dwight Ross Elementary School:

Landmark East School:

Camp Brigadoon:

Camp Lion Maxwell – Diabetes Association:

Camp Tidnish – Easter Seals:

Camp Treasure Chest – Lung Association:

Environmental Organizations

Clean Annapolis River Project (C.A.R.P.):

Friends of Keji Cooperating Association:

Parks Canada – Keji Species at Risk:

Nova Scotia Adopt-A-Highway Program:

Clean Nova Scotia:

Community Organizations

Village of Greenwood:

Village of Kingston:

Kingston Fire Department:

Credit Union Centre:

Crime Stoppers – Annapolis Valley:


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