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Who We Are
We Serve is the slogan for all Lions Clubs throughout the world. The Sanford Lions Club is an active group that serves the citizens of Lee County and the surround areas in many ways.
While focusing on services for the blind and visually impaired is first priority, the Lions Club serves in various ways.
Sanford Lions Club members record thousands of hours of volunteer services each year. They have numerous fund raising efforts which provide the many services offered. A hard working group of local individuals serves unselfishly to provide services that improve the quality of life area citizens.
The Sanford Lions Club was organized and chartered in 1935 with 20 members. The Club has sponsored other clubs: Pittsboro (1937); Apex (1937); Biscoe (1928); Siler City ( 1938); Aberdeen (1938); Broadway (1950); Coats (1972); Western Harnett (1998); and Sanford Leo Club (2007). The Club in 2007 has grown to become the largest Lions Club in North Carolina.
We are part of the world's largest service club organization. Whenever our club gets together, problems get smaller. And our community gets better. That's because we help where help is needed; in our own communities and around the world, with unmatched integrity and energy.
- Largest Local Civic Club of active members Serving the Community
- We meet each Thursday night, weather permitting
- Also maintains Sanford Lions Charitable Works, a 501(c)3 organizations to accept tax deductible gifts which are used to benefit our programs. Memorial are also received for deceased Lions.
- During the Lee Regional Fair, we contribute nearly $150,000 back into the community.
To empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding through Lions clubs.
To be the global leader in community and humanitarian service.