The Tucson Rincon Lions Club (TRLC) was Chartered in 1953 to provide Community Service and fellowship. Annual Candy Days in October and White Cane Days in January are the two primary sources of our funds that we use 100% to provide needy individuals with Eye Exams, Glasses, Hearing Aids and surgeries. Over the past 58 years we have made donations to the following non-profit organizations:

Tucson Society of the Blind.

SAAVI Services for the Blind.

Sunsounds of Arizona. (Radio readings for the Blind).

Adult Loss of Hearing.

Leader Dogs for the Blind. 

Camp Tatiyee. (A wonderful camp for the handicapped in the White Mountains).

C. Kirby Smithe Youth Exchange. (Lions Int'l. Youth Exchange to promote culture and govenment).

Arizona Lions Vision Center.

Arizona Lions Foundation.

Arizona Sight and Hearing Foundation.

Melvin Jones Memorial. (Honors Lions Club Internation founder).

Pima County Adopt-A-Roadway.

Diabetic Screening and Donations to American Diabetese Association..

Lions Club International Foundation.

Our club gave food to seniors and homeless during the holidays.  And a few members "adopted" a family through a local school for food and clothing.

Come join our friendly club: 40 members, men and women of all ages. We can always use your help in serving our community. Call our Secretary Chuck Moffett at (520) 760-0152.

We meet every first and third Wednesday at Great American Steakburger, 8995 E Tanque Verde Rd, Tucson, AZ 85749, AT 6:00PM for dinner. The meeting begins at 6:30 PM.



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