South Haven






Worldwide, Lions Clubs are recognized for thier service to the blind and visually impaired.  This service began through a challenge issued by Helen Keller to become "Knights of the Blind in the crusade against darkness" during the Lions 1925 International Convention.  Today, Lions extend their commitment to sight conservation through countless efforts and programs. 

Our Motto is "WE SERVE"!



Celebrating 50 Years of Serving the

South Haven Community!

The South Haven Lions are a Service Organization that serves the community. 

The South Haven Lions have various fundraisers (candy days, pancake breakfast, chili dinners, italian dinner, high strikers, ect) to help finance these projects and programs.   We also work with other organizations and other Lions Clubs on some of the projects listed below:

  • Collect Used Eyeglassess Year Round
  • Provide Hospital Equipment
  • Scholarships to High School Seniors
  • Donate to Little League, Boys and Girls Club & Boy Scouts
  • Photo Screening for Pre-Schoolers
  • Participate in Rebuilding
  • Donate to Gabriels Horn Homeless Shelter
  • Ring Bell For Salvation Army
  • Needy Children's Christmas Project
  • Provide Food Baskets for Needy Families at Christmas
  • Donate to Lions State Projects (Leader Dog of the Blind, Speech & Hearing, Eye Bank, Cancer, LCIF, and School for the Blind)
  • Buy glasses for people in need (case to case basis)
  • Help in other community projects














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