Scotts Valley Host Lions Club utilize numerous methods to raise funds
to support our projects and the local community. The majority of our
funds are raised from the following larger projects:
Annual Crab Cioppino Feed and Dance
Holiday Celebration and Food Drive
White Cane Day Solicitation
Eye Glass Recycling
Cioppino Feed and Dance have always been extremely successful
and popular with local residents. The event is normally sold out long
before the dinner. The dance is entertained by popular area bands featuring
music from the 60’s. Contact
us if you would like to be notified of ticket sale availability
for the 40th annual event scheduled for March 13, 2010.
Eleventh Annual Scotts Valley Lions Charity Golf Tournament will
be held in September 25, 2009, at the Boulder Creek Golf and Country Club. Each
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and auction for our community. The tournament proceeds are used to help
a local organization and other youth and community services. For more
information, please visit our Lions
Golf Tournament page.
Scotts Valley Holiday Celebration
is sponsored by the Scotts Valley Host Lions Club and the Scotts Valley
Parks and Recreation department with volunteers from all service organizations.
The event is held at the Community Center and Senior Center. There are decorated trees that are raffled off, food collection barrels and food served.
Valley Churches United Mission receive the proceeds from this popular
annual event and distribute the donations to those in the community
needing a hand during the holiday period. There Christmas carols, events for the family and Santa Claus is there to meet the kids. Click
Here to view photos from prior Holiday Lights Cruises.
Cane Days are used to collect money for our Sight and Hearing
Fund. Money is collected by soliciting funds directly from the public
at various locations in Scotts Valley and by contributions from local
companies. Click here
to see where the money goes.
eyeglasses are collected by Lions and other volunteers and are recycled
at one of nine Lions Eyeglass Recycling Centers throughout the world.
The used eyeglasses are cleaned, repaired and classified by prescription.
The eyeglasses are then distributed to those in need by Lion volunteers
and other organizations hosting optical missions in developing countries.
Individuals may donate their used eyeglasses year-round to their local
Lions club via collection boxes located at various community offices
and businesses, offices of members of the American Optometry Association,
Goodwill Industries stores, LensCrafters stores, and Dr. Anthony Giannotti’s
office in Scotts Valley.
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If you have any questions about our club,
please contact our club at:
- Postal address
PO Box 66602
Scotts Valley, Ca 95067