Sacramento Senator Lions Club

“We Serve”


The Sacramento Senator Lions Club was chartered in Lions Clubs International on May 14th, 1954. The Senator Lions Club belongs to District 4-C5 and resides in the Crocker Zone of the Sacramento Region. We proudly serve the greater Sacramento area and currently, we currently have over 95 members. We are always looking for more "service minded" people to help us in our efforts to server our community so if you are interested in learning about Lions and/or the Senator Lions Club please contact us.

The Senator Lions Club participates in many local community service projects including sponsoring the U.C. Davis Children's Hospital, providing meals, toys and clothes to the needy via our Salvation Army partners, sponsoring both the Sacramento Zoo's Sensory Garden and Fairytale Town's Japanese Garden, and many more. We also participate in many work projects including helping to rebuild the Natomas playground that has been burned several times, maintaining both the Zoo's Sensory Garden and Fairytale Town's Japanese Garden and several other Lions work projects.

A volunteer is a person who is a light to others, giving witness in a mixed-up age, doing well and willingly the tasks at hand, namely, being aware of another's needs and doing something about it.

A volunteer is a person who remembers to do the thing to make other people happy, who takes the loneliness out of the alone by talking to them, who is concerned when others are unconcerned, who has the courage to be a prophet and to say the things that have to be said for the good of all.

A volunteer is a person whose charity is fidelity, who is faithful in an unfaithful world, grateful in an ungrateful world, giving when all about are grasping, listening when others need to tell about their fears and problems. (from "The Beacon", newsletter of Birthrite, South Africa)

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