Heart of the Community

Community Service has been an ever-growing portion of the overall Moose fraternal program ever since its inception under the name “Civic Affairs” by then-Director General Malcolm Giles in the late 1940s. The kaleidoscope of all that is Moose Community Service was organized into a “Five-Point Program” in the early 1990s, then expanded in mid-decade to the “Six-Point Program” including Youth Sports, Youth Awareness, Scouting, Spinoza Bear, Yellowstone YCC, Local Volunteerism, Senior Citizens, Food and Shelter, Mooseheart and Moosehaven. In October 2007 the Community Service Program grew yet again and included donations to the Tommy Moose program, the Safe Surfin' Program, Special Olympics, and Moose Alert.


That familiar logo has grown yet again. The Moose International Six-Point Program Logo was replaced with the Heart of the Community program logo shown below. The new program is layered with more weight given to support the core programs which are nearer the programs center.

posted 12/07/2021


Heart of the Community


Benefit for Area Agency on Aging

Saturday, December 11th, 2021


Announcing the Snowman Party Benefit to provide Food Boxes for Area Agency on Aging.

Please bring 3 non-perishable food items to Benefit Area Agency on Aging and get you name in the Drawing this Saturday for a Gift Basket valued at $100.

The Central Virginia Area Agency on Aging supports older adults and individuals with disabilities so that they can live with dignity in accordance with their personal choice. They serve Amherst, Appomattox, Bedford and Campbell Counties and the City of Lynchburg. To the people who use their services they strive to provide advocacy, strategies, services and connections which support them in living independently in the communtiy and to the public, to be effective stewards of public and private resources and a reliable source of accurate information.

posted 12/06/2021


Heart of the Community

Tommy Moose Presentation to Lynchburg Fire Stations

Members from 715 Lynchburg Moose Lodge visited 7 Lynchburg Fire Stations today and presented each Fire Station with food to express our Thanks and Appreciation for all they do for us being front line workers during the pandemic and all the new variants.

A Total of seventy (70) Tommy Moose were presented to the Lynchburg Fire Department, ten (10) to each Fire Station.

Tommy Moose® is a friendly, playful, cuddly moose doll whose sole purpose is to bring comfort to children in times of stress, uncertainty, or anxiety. He personifies one of the cornerstone tenants of the Loyal Order of Moose: caring for children.

Since 2002, over 100,000 Tommy Moose plush dolls have been donated to shelters, hospitals, and emergency workers, who in turn deliver them to children in need of some comfort when facing some of life’s biggest challenges.

The Fire personell at each Station were very appreciative for the Food and the Tommy Moose dolls.

I would like to give special thanks to our staff as they deserve a pat on the back. Special thanks to Heather, Donna, April, Randal, and Eddie.

Richard Cabell Sr.

Heart of the Community Committee Chairperson

Additional information on the Moose International Tommy Moose Program can be found at the following Link ...

http://www.tommymoose.org/


Click to View Photo Gallery of presentation of Tommy Moose

posted 11/21/2021


Heart of the Community

Giving a Hand Up to Families


715 Lynchburg Moose 'Giving a Hand Up to Familes in Need' Community Service project will present Thanksgiving Bags to Families in need in our Community Monday, November 22, 2021 .

A number of familes have been identified, (both member families and families in the community), and will be presented with these Thanksgiving Bags, Monday at the Lodge, 9am - 11am - 2307 Lakeside Drive Lynchburg VA.

If you know of a Family in need that hasn't been identified please have them stop by Monday, Nov. 22 between 9am - 11am to pick up a Thanksgiving Bag. It doesn't have to be a Moose Member and can be anyone in our community that is in need and still trying to get back on their feet from everything that has been going on lately.

Many, Many Thanks are extended to the Membership and Staff at 715 Lynchburg Moose for the great outpouring of contributions of Food Items and various other every day staple items that many of us take for granted.

May everyone have a Great Thanksgiving.

Please let us know if you know of a family with children that are in need of a “Santa Clause” visit this year. As you know, we support many different charities during the year and really focus on the children and seniors that need some cheer during the holidays due to unforeseen circumstances suffered during these difficult times. Please bring a letter to the lodge and include any info we would need to assist the family, as in number and ages of children or your own needs for food and assistance. We will be submitting these to the community service group for their recommendations.

The 715 Lynchburg Lodge will be closed Thursday, November 25th, 2021 for Thanksgiving and will reopen Friday, November 26th at 5:00pm.

posted 11/02/2021


Heart of the Community

Lynchburg Moose 715 recently contributed and delivered food to our front line workers at the local Emergency Room in appreciation for what they do.


Richard Cabell Sr.

715 Lynchburg Moose Heart of the Community Chairman

posted 10/04/2021

Giving A Hands Up To Families In Need

posted 10/05/2021


This is our contribution to our front line workers on the ICU wards, because they work 12 shifts and the dinning area is closed.

We just wanted to show our appreciation for what they do.

Thank You on behalf of the Staff and Membership at 715 Lynchburg Moose.

Richard Cabell Sr.

715 Lynchburg Moose Heart of the Community Chairman

Heart of the Community Scholarship Program


posted 09/29/2021

There is no better way to help the youth of the Fraternity than to offer them the opportunity to further their education, and that is exactly what the Moose “Heart of the Community” Scholarship is all about.

Do you know a High School Junior (Graduating Class of 2023) ? Apllications for the Scholorship Program must be submitted by June 30, 2022.


Click on image below to Download and print of the Scholarship Flyer and Application

posted 7/28/2021


1 yr. Trustee Don Doss presents a Check to Friends of Campbell County Animal Control, Wednesday July 28, 2021

$600.00 was recenly generated from the Raffle which was drawn at the Car Show and Safe Surfin' EZ-ID event this past Saturday July 24th.

posted 6/27/2021

715 Lynchburg Moose Lodge supports Timberlake Dixie Youth Sports.

The Car Show scheduled for July 24th, 2021 is a Fundraiser Benefiting Local Area Youth Sports including Timberlake Dixie Youth. Your support of this Local Community Service Event goes towards projects such as this New Scoreboard donated by the 715 Lynchburg Moose Lodge.

Be sure to support the Car Show Event coming up Saturday, July 24th, 2021 which includes a FREE EZ Child ID Event sponsored by the Safe Surfin' Foundation. The Event includes a Southern Style Low Country Boil and a CASH Raffle with 3 Big Cash Prizes ($400.00 - $200.00 - $100.00) and 50/50 drawings throughout the day.

Contact Don Doss to get your Raffle Ticket. The drawing will be held 3:00pm at the Moose Car Show Saturday, July 24th, 2021.