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Lions prevent avoidable blindness, assist disabled people to become more independent, help people prevent or manage health issues and support youth in positive development

  • Preserving Sight
    Since 1990, SightFirst has been making quality eye care accessible to those who most need it. SightFirst has made it possible for more than 30 million people to have improved or restored vision.
    • Lions foundation of Canada / Dog Guides
    • Eye screening in schools
    • Used eyeglass collection and re-use (Instructions)
  • Supporting Youth
    Over the past 25 years, more than 12 million young people in 80 countries have benefited through Lions Quest, our youth development program for kindergarten through 12th grade.
  • Providing Disaster Relief
    In times of disaster, Lions meet immediate needs such as food, water and shelter with funds from LCIF. For larger-scale disasters, the Foundation remains committed to helping communities rebuild into the future.
    • Community Alert programs
  • Meeting Humanitarian Needs
    LCIF is active in a variety of international humanitarian efforts, such as supporting the construction of homes for the disabled, providing vision screenings to Special Olympics athletes and combating measles.

Items of Note

Hello District A15 Lions:

I do hope everyone is enjoying this fall like weather so far. I also wanted to correct something that I reported in my last email about the Top Ten Clubs for the 2013 Walk for Dog Guides as below:

  • Placing 7th in the top 10
    The great team work of the following Clubs:
    Lions Clubs of Kitchener, Waterloo & Area (Bridgeport, KW Community Spirit Lions Club of Kitchener, Kitchener Oktoberfest, Kitchener Pioneer, Lions Club of Kitchener, Lions Club of Waterloo & St. Jacobs Lions Club)

    *Placing 10th in the top 10

Guelph Lions Club along with help from Guelph Royal City Lions Club.

I am happy to report that out of the $1.1 million dollars raised this year, District A15 Lions, Lioness and Leo Clubs brought in $76,535.44!

Awesome job Lions, Lioness and LEO's. The amount raised for each walk is important no matter what the dollar total is at the end of the day, every dollar counts and is making a difference.

Thank you all for all of your hard work this past year for the Walk for Dog Guides and I hope we can go even higher for the 2014 results!!!

Lion V. Charlene Dwyer
A15 Chair Lions Foundation of Canada

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