Welcome To
Navan Lions Club

Navan, Ontario, Canada

About US

Our small but vigorous club has been serving the community of Navan, near Ottawa, since 1952.

Serving Our Community

This is where to find out about the services we can provide, including support to other community organisations.

Our Favorite Causes

Most of our activities involve fundraising and giving the money to individuals in need or to larger causes.


How do we do it, how much do we raise and where does it go?

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Coming Up

Mark your calendars for the following dates in 2024

Thursday 8 to Sunday 11 August; Navan Fair – Get convenient parking while enjoying the fair by making a small donation.   Look for our float in the parade on Saturday and donate to the Hannah Billings fund by buying 50/50 draw tickets at the demolition derby. 


Please note that we depend on the assistance of many friends and family to help us with the Fair Parking. This is one of our biggest fundraisers for the year and you can be a part of it. Students can get volunteer hours credit .  We will shortly be providing a volunteer registration page on this website, but please feel free to contact us to find out more by clicking HERE.

Our Recent Activities


President: Bob Noakes
Secretarial Team: Mark O’Donoughue and  Chris MacPherson
Treasurer: Hal MacPherson

Thanks to everyone who participated in the Navan Lions’ Indigenous Film night on Saturday, May 4th in St. Mary’s Hall. In support of Indigenous causes the Navan Lions invited the community enjoy the film and music of Gord Downie, snack on some indigenous food and learn more about the residential schools and how to participate in reconciliation. Proceeds raised went to the Gord Downie and Chanie Wenjack Fund. 

In addition to fundraising in support of a number of organizations, the Club maintains a selection of mobility assist devices for short term loan, at no cost, for people recovering from an ailment or just want to try out items to help decide what might be best for a long-term solution. The list includes; • a folding hand propelled wheel chair with foot rests, a folding wheel chair (small wheels, best for indoor transport, must be pushed), a folding walker with wheels (hand brakes and a seat), JUNE • a folding walker, which can be configured with 4 legs or 2 legs and 2 wheels, • a toilet seat with hand grips, may be used as a raised toilet extension or as a free standing commode chair, • a tub seat with back rest and sockets for hand shower, • an aluminum cane, fully adjustable with padded hand grip, • a pair of aluminum crutches, fully adjustable. If you would like to borrow any of these items, please contact us at NavanLionsClub@gmail.com

If you would like to get more involved in your community, why not come and check out the Navan Lions Club. We meet the second and fourth Monday of each month, September to June, in the Lions’ Den (downstairs of the Navan Curling Club) and are planning many exciting events in the months ahead. We always welcome new members.