The East York Danforth Lions Club is
part of an international network of 1.3
million men and women in 202 countries who work together to answer the needs
that challenge communities around the
world. Internationally Lions are known
for working to
end preventable blindness, Lions
participate in a vast variety of
projects important to our community.
Beginning in 1917, the association
of Lions clubs has provided millions of
people with the opportunity to give
something back to their communities.
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The East York Danforth Lions Club was
chartered on August 13, 1931 and is one
of the longest serving Lions clubs in
Toronto. Following the Lions motto "We
Serve", we work tirelessly to support
our communities needs. Our clubs
projects range from supporting the
Toronto East General Hospital cancer
ward to sending children to summer camp,
who otherwise would be unable to attend,
and may other events throughout the
We invite you to explore our website.
You will find information pertaining to
the clubs officers, history and news of our
activities in the community. The site
will be updated often, so be sure to
check back. If you are interested in
joining the largest service
organization, please view our membership
09-15-2008: Congratulations to Past
President, Lion Doug Harvey on becoming Zone Chair for District 7B. We
are sure he will do a great job and wish him every success.
10-20-2008: Is our annual Volunteer
Recognition Night. We would like to thank all those who volunteer and
make all our service projects the success they are. On this night the
East York Danforth Lions, say a special thanks to our friends and
10-20-2008: In support of the youth of our
community, the East York Danforth Lions contributed to the ESP
(Empowered Student Partnership) Bursary fund. This is a bursary
presented to students in East York Collegiate, Marc Garneau and Danforth
Collegiate by the Community Police Liaison Committee of 54 Division.
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