Lion Jim Adams and Susan Matroni sit with Matroni’s mother, Helen, as she enjoys time with the newly “adopted” animatronic puppy.
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LCIF Seeing Clearly Utah
Clerence (pictured seated) smiles at the clinic’s inauguration ceremony.
Lion Gregory Sheldon works to spread woodchips at the site.
An Average Day at KGHs Outpatient Department
Funding from LCIF is instrumental in bringing the lifesaving water that many worldwide take for granted to people like Matiku.
Lions and Johnson & Johnson Vision team members spend time with children at a vision screening in Kenya.
A girl in a hat
Lions volunteers working with children
Lions volunteers outdoors
A man helping a small child
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François, wearing his new eyeglasses.
Lions volunteers
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Being a judge gave Townsend the chance to help people solve their problems. And he always led with compassion.
Carl Junction Leos Alex Brownstein, Jackson Hinderliter, and Madeleine Garoutte work on a landscaping project at Irving Elementary School in Joplin, Missouri. Photo by Laurie Sisk/Joplin Globe.
A miniature train
People working outside
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A woman taking a blood sample
Hailey, 12, walks better after she rides, making the lessons not only fun, but great physical therapy. PHOTO BY LAUREN JUSTICE
People with boxes
Cycle For Life recipient Jerrod Meyers poses with Dan Pope, President of the Redbud Lions Club, which is the National Sponsor of the Cycle for Life Project, Bryan Steward, Manager of W. W. Grainger, Lubbock Store which donated funds for several cycles, Marshall Cooper, Past International Director, and Joe Tarver, Cycle for Life coordinator. Photo by Kelsey Hart.
Lions sort clothes for baby clothing project.
Girls playing an instrument
Let's Celebrate
Man holding trousers
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A child with glasses
Jayden and his parents celebrate after getting the green light to go home from his doctor.
Lions mobile station
Lions volunteers working with girls
2 men in holiday hats
Camas Lions Club member Brian Scott takes a break to smile during his clubs’ clean up at the Inter-Faith Treasure House in Washougal. PHOTO BY JACOB GRANNEMAN
A large, outdoor fountain
People having a tug-of-war
People playing the violin
An outside event
Lion Magazine May 2019
A painter
People outside, in winter
Lions volunteers at a port
Gudrun Yngvadottir
People at computers
People working with a large pile of corn
Women serving food

A Special COVID-19 Update from International President Dr. Jung-Yul Choi

Lions Clubs International President Dr. Jung-Yul Choi addresses the impact of COVID-19 on the way Lions serve, the cancellation of the international convention and the impact on our international leadership given our International Constitution and By-Laws.

Spreading Peace During COVID-19 with the #PeacePoster Project!

"Like you, my family and I are practicing social distancing to stop the spread of COVID-19. But we aren't letting that stop us from spreading PEACE." Danielle Hernandez-Petry, 1996 winner of the Lions International Peace Poster Contest, participates in the Peace Poster Project. What does peace look like to you right now? Join in with the hashtag #PeacePoster!

LCIF Impact: When Seeing Clearly is a Luxury, Lions Create Change

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.

2020-2021 International President Jung-Yul Choi: A Biography

Meet the 2020-21 Lions International President Dr. Jung-Yul Choi