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With 100% of donations going towards grants and programs, LCIF empowers the compassionate service of Lions and those who need our help.
Sometimes all it takes is a day at the ballpark to help lift spirits and keep going. Lions in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, have partnered with Beat Cancer Today to support children and families facing childhood cancer.
The center, which sees a daily flow of between 150 to 200 people. The center provides services including dentistry, internal medicine, cardiology, podiatry and more. Between 10% and 15% of patients don't pay anything at all.
Seal Beach Lions in California is the largest club in North America, and it's for good reason. Learn their secrets.
Lions transform submarine war memorial.
Lions bring Ukrainian refugees to safety. Hear their stories.
Lions have accomplished so much by embracing diversity within their clubs and community. Because together, we can achieve a greater good for all.
In underserved areas of Utah, USA, eye care can be inaccessible and unaffordable. Lions, who care deeply about the welfare of their community, recognize the large number of children going without eye care and are working to provide the care they need.
An Empty Space Next door to the Albany Victory Gardens in Albany, New York, were unsightly, deserted lots. There were homes on the land that were previously declared uninhabitable, so they sat empty, dangerous, and unbeneficial to the environment. Lion Gregory Sheldon envisioned a better use for this land. He…
Clerence has battled diabetes since she was a baby. Unable to afford medical care, she developed cataracts which seriously impaired her vision. She lives in the gorgeous archipelago nation of Vanuatu, home to lush rainforests, soft sand beaches, and surrounded by turquoise water; however, the 23-year-old woman could no longer…
SightFirst Gives New Life to People in Burkina Faso LCIF’s SightFirst program has been restoring and protecting sight for almost 30 years and is now present in 102 countries. This extraordinary program develops comprehensive eye care systems providing aid to underserved populations by developing comprehensive eye care systems. Projects include…
Esteban had never had his vision screened before. He had never seen those strange devices, but the Lions who brought them made him feel safe. He and his schoolmates lined up for vision testing, then followed the simple instructions: Look straight ahead and find the little bunny on the front…