LIONS CHARITY FOUNDATION OF SOUTHEASTERN VIRGINIA

For over thirty-five years the Lions Charity Foundation of Southeastern Virginia, Inc. has been proudly serving the southeastern region of the Commonwealth. The Foundation’s primary focus is to assist Lions Clubs, other related organizations, and individuals or groups sponsored by Lions Clubs within District 24-I with needs which are beyond their financial capabilities. In the past seven years, charitable products and services valued over three quarters of a million dollars has been returned to the communities of southeastern Virginia.

Recent Grants

Below are Grants Issued by the Lions Charity Foundation of Southeastern Virginia, Inc over the past 35 years…



$10,000 to the Eyeglass Recycling Center of Eastern Virginia for Lensometers
$407,000 Lions Center for Sight at Norfolk General Hospital for construction
$300,000 to Old Dominion University Study Center
$75,000 towards Mobile Sight & Hearing Unit Purchase
$30,000 to the Lions Sight Center for Field Analyzer
$12,000 to Williamsburg Community Hospital
$15,000 annually for Hearing Aids
$10,000 annually for Local Area Medical Projects
$10,000 annually for Cataract Operations
$5,500 to Special Services Library of Virginia Beach
$75,000 for Lions Mobile Sight & Hearing Unit Replacement Fund
$30,000 Eastern Shore Barrier Island Pre-School Enrichment Program: My First Field Trip
$5,000 for Norfolk Homeless Connect
$7,500 Audible Equipment to Support Visually Impaired through Access Virginia
$4,000 Children’s Eye Screening Equip. (SPOT) for Cape Charles

Bid ‘n Buy Auction – Mark Your Calendar

Bid ‘n Buy Auction – Mark Your Calendar

The seventh annual bid ‘n buy auction is scheduled for October 8, 2016 at the Oak Grove United Methodist Church in Chesapeake. For details on the auction please click here. http://lcf24d.org/auctions

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A Purr-fect Way to Spend a Day

A Purr-fect Way to Spend a Day

The Lions Charity Foundation of District 24D is counting on your support to make our 7th Annual Bid ‘N Buy Auction a roaring success. You should Dash as fast as a gazelle to the Oak Grove United Methodist Church 472 N. Battlefield Blvd., Chesapeake on Saturday,...

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Charity Auction a Remarkable Success

Turn out you did to support the Lions Charity Foundations 6th Annual Bid ‘n Buy Charity Auction. Clubs rallied with their support by amassing over 336 bid items that were placed carefully on display, ready for eager bidders. Auction Items, combined with the Auction...

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Auction & Yard Sale

Everyone is invited to come out and enjoy the exciting activity Saturday from 11 am - 2 pm at the Oak Grove United Methodist Church on the corner of Battlefield and Great Bridge Boulevards in Chesapeake, Virginia. Many exciting items are on display and ready for...

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Come Sale Away at the Bid ‘n Buy Auction

Jump right in to be the highest bidder at the Lions Charity Foundation of District 24D annual Bid ‘N Buy Auction. Drop your anchor on Saturday, October 3, at the Oak Grove United Methodist Church 472 N. Battlefield Blvd., Chesapeake. Doors will open at 11:00 to a sea...

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S. Eastern Virginia Mustang Club at Auction

The southeastern Virginia mustang club will have cars on display at the 6th annual bid ‘n buy auction. Auction participants are invited to stroll by the line of pristine and meticulously maintained automobiles before entering the auction and get into the mood to bid,...

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2015 Auction Postponed

Due to inclement weather and the threat of coastal flooding this years auction, scheduled for October 3rd has been postponed until Saturday November 7th. This may be a blessing in disguise because the same auction items listed before will be up for bid and we expect...

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LCF Supports Barrier Island Center

Recently, the Lions Charity Foundation of District 24D donated $10,000 to the Barrier Islands Center on behalf of the Eastern Shore Lions Clubs. The generous donation will be used to support the Barrier Islands Center’s (BIC) My First Field Trip educational program...

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