Who are we?
Lions are a group of volunteers of legal age, with good moral character and reputation within our community. We are members of Lions Clubs International, founded in 1917 and is now the world’s largest service club organization with over 1.4 million members in 190 countries.
We volunteer our time to humanitarian causes in our community and around the world.
Lions chose blindness prevention as a theme in 1925 when Helen Keller challenged Lions to become “Knights of the Blind.”
7:00PM, Second Wednesday of the month at the “Lions’ Den”
4440 5th Street, Peachland
7:00PM, Fourth Wednesday of the month at the Peachland Community Centre, 4450 6th Street, Peachland
The Peachland Lions partnered with the Pincushion Quilt Guild to make 124 face masks for the three seniors residences in Peachland.
Future masks will be taken to the Peachland Pharmacy for distribution. There is no charge but if you want, a donation can be made to the Peachland food bank.
What we do.
The Peachland Lions maintain an active schedule of events in our community. We are very much a “Hands-On” club volunteering our time throughout the year.
We are always happy to have new members come out and join the crew. The Peachland Lions can afford you the opportunity to give back to the community and make new friends in the process. Aside from community involvement we are also a very socially active club
Our famous Lions BBQ & Pancake Breakfasts at local events & Canada Day
Annual Charity Golf Tournament
The Peachland Lions funded the only wheelchair access to Lake Okanagan in the region at Swim Bay. We also provided a waterproof wheelchair for the benefit of those wishing to use the facility.
Due to the Covid 19 situation we have suspended our meetings until further notice. Please feel free to contact the club from the contact page if you would like additional information