How We Do It


Burlington Lions work hard to raise funds to support our various service activities and donations. In addition to special fundraisers from time to time, the Lions regularly raise money through these programs:
(Click on the heading for more information)


Burlington Mall Farmers' Market


operates Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
from May through October
 Meet the vendors and buy fresh vegetables, baked goods, meats, cheese and much more


Rent the Burlington Lions Club Hall

Available 7 days a week, days or evenings
for business meetings, parties and celebration
Capacity of 200 (seated) or 150 (table and chairs)
Caterer of your choice with modern warming kitchen
Ample on-site parking

Weekly Bingo Sessions at the Bingo Connection

Burlington Lions are one of several dozen community groups who operate a session in return for a share of the proceeds.
 

Maple Syrup Sales

Each Spring Lions travel to Quebec and return with award winning maple syrup and related products. Some of it is also sold by local Boy Scout groups as a cooperative fundraising venture


Purina Walk for Dog Guides


Every year, usually in May, volunteer walkers in Burlington and dozens of other cities and towns across Canada solicit pledges and walk with their pets, or just accompany others. Funds  raised go to the Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guide School to provide service dogs at no charge to people who need them.


Event Parking at Lions Hall


During major community events such as Sound of Music and Ribfest, parking is available at reasonable cost
at the Lions Hall on Pearl Street


Eye Glasses Donations

Your old eyeglasses may no longer be right for you, but they may be just right for someone somewhere else in the world. Donations of un-needed eyeglasses are accepted at many locations around Burlington.


 
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