Meetings

 

COMMUNITY SERVICE ACTIVITIES

USED EYE GLASSES & HEARING AIDS - collection boxes are located at the following businesses and offices.

 
Ace Hardware - 3100 Calumet Ave.
Banta Activity Center - 605 Beech St.
Bethesda Nifty Thrifty Resale Shop - 50 Marks Rd.
Dr. Heather Joswiak - 2009 Roosevelt Rd. Suite D
Drs. Steven and Scott Buck - 502 Marquette St.
Eye Ossip - 3540 Calumet Ave.
Centier Bank North - 1802 North Calumet Ave.
CVS Pharmacy - Calumet Ave.
Horton (VNA) Hospice Center- 2404 Valparaiso St.
LTF Eye Clinics - 2101 Burlington Beach Rd
Rittenhouse Senior Living - 1300 Vale Park Rd.
Shorewood Forest Clubhouse
St. Teresa of Avila Catholic Student Center - 1511 LaPorte Ave.
Valparaiso Professional Pharmacy - 2101 Roosevelt Rd.
Valparaiso Public Library - 103 East Jefferson St.
Viking Chili Bowl - 105 U.S. 30
VisionPoint - 2106 N. Calumet Ave.
Walmart Super Center - - 2400 East Morthland
21 North Eyecare - 21 North Washington

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HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIPS are presented each year to selected VHS seniors who plan to further their education and need financial assistance.

 GLASSES FOR MEXICO - between 5,000 and 10,000 pairs are given out yearly on Mission Trips by Lions of District 25-A (Counties - Jasper, Lake, LaPorte, Newton, Porter, Pulaski & Starke). 
 
 EYE EXAMINATIONS and GLASSES are provided for people in need in the greater Valparaiso area.
 

 

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 LIONS VISION CARE, INC

      Lions Vision Care, Inc is a 501-C-3 charity started by the Valparaiso Lions Club in 1997 to help people who are visually impaired in NW Indiana, It covers anyone in Lake, LaPorte, Newton, Starke and Jasper counties in NW Indiana. The charity buys low vision devices for people who cannot afford them. This may be anywhere from high powered reading glasses to magnifiers, to electronic video magnifiers. A grant application is required with confirmation of the vision impairment by the patient's eye doctor. If the patient is eligible for help through the Department of Vocation Rehabilitation or insurance, they should apply there first.

         Vision requirements are:

1. Best corrected vision or 20/50 or worse in the better eye, or a disabling visual field loss (loss of side or peripheral vision).
2. Applicants must be residents of the six counties in NW Indiana.
3. Each application is considered on an individual basis and acceptance also depends on the funds that are available to the charity.
Applications and donations should be sent to:
       LIONS VISION CARE, INC
       PO BOX 64
       VALPARAISO, IN 46384-0064
 

 

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