District 4-A2 Response to Creek Fire 

The local wildfires have dramatically affected our community and the Lions of District 4-A2 are calling on all members to help! We will be keeping a rolling total of both cash donations as well as material items needed. Continue to check back here regularly to see where we are at.

For additional information click the link to the Cal Fire incidents page: https://www.fire.ca.gov/incidents/

Monetary Donations can be sent to:
District Treasurer Jan Beatty
3112 S. Mooney Blvd Suite A
Visalia CA 93277

Material Items Donation can be coordinated with:
Rob Andrade
[email protected]

Lion Rob is our district disaster response chair and he has Clovis Veterans Memorial Hall set up to receive donations. Our plan to distribute these donations is to eventually do that up next to Sierra High School at the Senior Center where the Ponderosa Lions meet and at the Clovis Veterans Memorial Hall.

Supplies drop off sites:

Clovis Memorial has been used but now the drop off site has been moved to United Japanese Christian Church, 136 North Villa, Clovis.

Shaver Lake Community Center as of October 11th.

Donations Received To Date

Creek Fire

Lion Rob Andrade is 4-A2 Disaster Chair

LCIF grant of $20,000.00 was applied for and received to help with the Creek Fire cleanup.


Fresno Diwata Lions donated $500.00.

Visalia Sunset Lions donated $500.00.

Grant monies were used to purchase 100 shovels and rakes.  Huge thank you to 1st VDG David Hamilton.  Currently have in storage garden hoses, trash cans,  garden rakes and shovels.

Lemoore Lions purchased 10 wheelbarrows with plans to deliver them to Shaver Lake Lions.

Fred Linder’s club plan to purchase $500.00 in supplies.

The Pixley Lions sent $1,000.00 to the Woodlake Lions to support the work dealing with evacuated livestock from the SQF Complex Fire and the Creek Fire.

Richgrove Lions donated $1,000.00 to Fire Recovery: $500.00 to LCIF & $500.00 to District 4-A2

LCIF grant funds purchased barrels and hoses that were delivered to the Shaver Lake Community Center for distribution by the Shaver Lake Lions.

Central California Animal Disaster Team Lunches From CVLLC –  30 people served

When Central California Animal Disaster Team Resource Program Director, Lion Jeannie Sa, said she and her volunteers were too busy to take a break to find food, Selma Central Valley jumped into action. Lion Max Abe contacted Lions Bev and Jarrett Cho of Cho’s Kitchen in Selma, to ask if 30 lunches could be donated as soon as possible. Within 2 days, 30 boxed lunches of orange chicken, chow mein, fried rice, fortune cookies, and snacks were delivered to Fresno Fairgrounds where CCADT was taking care of up to 350 animals displaced by the Creek Fire in the hills near Fresno. Labels affixed to each boxed lunch relayed the heartfelt appreciation for their dedication and commitment to care for pets and animals of evacuated families.