Uxbridge & District Lions Club
Uxbridge, Ontario Canada
Serving the Uxbridge Community since 1974
The Uxbridge & District Lions Club, founded in 1974, belongs to the largest volunteer service club, Lions Clubs International, in the world.
Our Club meets on the second Saturday at 9:00 a.m. and
on the fourth Tuesday at 7:00 p.m.
If you would like to attend a meeting,
email us at email@example.com or call us 416-271-5139.
Lions Clubs motto is "We Serve."
Join our Club
Get involved and make a difference in your community.
Membership is open to men and women of legal majority and good reputation in the community.
Need to work community service hours?
Volunteers are welcome.
Thinking about Joining our Uxbridge Lions Club?
You've come to the right place!
When you join Uxbridge & District Lions Club, you are part of the largest world-wide volunteer organization. Being a Lions Club Member as an active volunteer in our community, you are a member of a respected international organization, a leader in the community and a friend to people in need.
Membership is open to men and women who are 18 years and older. When you are a member of our club, you have the opportunity to make a difference in the community and internationally. Join us in focusing on service work in the following local concerns and Lions Clubs International global causes:
Make a difference in your community as we work together on projects that serve all age groups. For example, the new Universal Accessible Playground opened last July, and we are striving to add to the playground through various fundraising events throughout the year.
As you will see on our Fundraising page on our website, we also donate funds to various community organizations in the Uxbridge community.
As a member of the Uxbridge & District Lions Club, you will have the opportunity to help others, meet new people, and use your talents to make an impact in our community. You will also acquire new skills, contribute your talents on projects that are valuable to the community, grow personally, develop new friendships and have fun at the same time.
Being a Lion makes you feel appreciated and needed. Being a Lion gives you the opportunity to give back what has been given to you.
We are also a strong advocate club of the Lions Foundation of Dog Guides Canada where dogs are trained to assist people with disabilities such as:
Service assisting people with a physical or medical disability
Facility Support dogs for agencies that assist individuals in traumatic situations.