A local Lions club in or near your community may sponsor a program that provides assistance for the purchase of eyeglasses, hearing aids, health-related services, scholarships or educational needs.
Contacting a Local Lions Club
To find a Lions club near you, access our Club Locator. Clubs are generally named for the community in which they serve. You may also wish to contact your local Chamber of Commerce or library to find a Lions club near you.
About Lions Clubs InternationalLions Clubs International is a service club organization whose local club members are all volunteers. As an administrative office, Lions Clubs International Headquarters does not provide social services or referrals, determine the types of services our 45,000 local clubs may choose to offer or decide their criteria for assistance.
Lions are empowered to get the job done. There are downloadable logos, program guides, brochures and forms to help you do so. Review the instructions for downloading materials. Use the "Search" box to locate a specific item. For example, search by name (fact sheet) or publication code (PR799). View our resources:
Thank you for supporting Lions Clubs International Foundation's humanitarian work worldwide. US$15 can provide cataract surgery to restore an individual's sight, US$25 will provide Lions Quest materials for two students, US$100 will provide low vision exams and glasses and US$2,000 can build a water well to provide clean water. Every dollar donated goes directly to a humanitarian project that will improve the lives of thousands of people. Administrative costs are paid by interest earned on investments. Ways to donate:
There are a number of recognition programs available to you in appreciation of your donation. The Foundation is a non-profit, tax-exempt corporation, as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code. Contributions are tax deductible, as allowed under the Internal Revenue Service code.