Leonia Lions Club
Thank You for Your Continued Support of
the Lions

The members of the Leonia Lions Club, as neighbors and
volunteers, are thankful for your continued support.  Your
tax-deductible donations assist us in our ongoing projects
of maintaining camps for the blind, eye banks, and special
schools for the blind.  Please be assured that 100% of all
contributions received will be used for charitable causes
and programs.  We are a recognized 501 (c) (3) so we are
able to receive your tax-deductible contributions.     
Peace Poster Contest

Each year the Lions Club sponsors a contest for children
who create posters with the theme of world peace.  The
winner will be recognized by the club and perhaps have
a chance to gain entry into the international competition.

Lion Lacy Harris is pictured to the right with two local
Lions Christmas Party

Wed. Dec. 20, 2017
7 -9 pm

Vitales Restaurant
293 Queen Anne Road
Teaneck, New Jersey

Leonia Lions Club

serving the community

77 years
Guest speaker Ed Lucas with Lion Bill Previdi March 2011
Lion Rick Pumo honored by Knights of
Columbus  -- Mar. 2011

Leonia Lions Club
PO Box 116
Leonia, NJ 07605
BIKING FOR A CAUSE     Members of the Leonia Lions Club went on 26 mile bike ride  to raise money to provide eye
glasses for people who need them in our neighborhood and whose families can’t afford them
Lions Club Of Leonia Charitable Foundation Inc
Donate Your used Eyeglasses

Simply drop your old eyeglasses into our yellow
mailbox located outside of PNC Bank on Broad
Avenue, or in our drop box inside the Leonia post
office.  We pickup the eyeglasses on a regular
basis and send them on to be redistributed.  
Donated eyeglasses are used by children and
adults around the world.  There's a good chance
that your old unused glasses will give someone
the joy of experiencing corrected vision for the first
time in their life.  Millions in undeveloped countries
lack access to basic eye care services.  Please
make the effort to donate the glasses rather than
discarding them or leaving them
In the Community

Our club meets on the first and third Wednesday of each month to
discuss and brainstorm over ways we can help those in need.   For
example, when we discovered that some Leonia school children
were unable to afford proper eye-care, we teamed up with the
schools and a local eye-doctor to help those children get
eye-exams and glasses.   The Lions also reach out to organizations
such as ,the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and other Youth Groups.
The Leonia Lions Club also proudly cosponsors a scholarship
given each year to a visually or physically impaired graduate of
Leonia High School to further their education.  The "Edward R. and
Brunette L. Miller / Leonia Lions Club Award" is given in memory of
Ed Miller for his outstanding contribution to Lionism.