Our big fundraisers are history for 2014! Check out the 2014 Oregon Mid-Valley Road Race video featuring our fantastic participants and club President Skip Volkmann and OMRR Race Director and club Secretary Jim Abbott:
Volunteer. Donate. Connect. Join.
If you live in Corvallis, are 18+, our club can help. If you live outside of Corvallis, we can help you get in touch with your local Lions Club so they can work with you to provide the services you need.
- YMCA Youth Mentoring (www.linntogether.org/programs/y-mentoring)
- Oregon Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation
- Oregon Eye Bank
- Eye surgeries
- Camp Taloali for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Youth (www.taloali.org/)
- Gales Creek Camp for Childresn with Diabetes (http://www.galescreekcamp.org/)
- Eyeglass recycling
- Girls on the Run (http://www.gotrwillamette.org/)
- House of Engedi (http://www.houseofengedi.org/)
- Local, Regional and International disaster relief efforts
If you have used prescription or reading glasses or hearing aids you'd like to donate for reuse you may drop them in the yellow Lions drop box located in the Professional Plaza between Love, Inc. and United Way of Benton County, 2330 NW Professional Drive, Corvallis. And thank you! You will change a life with each donation.
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