The Bozeman Lions Club participates in:


Local Eye and Hearing Care in a partnership with Montana Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation ( ),  the Northwest Eye and Hearing Aid Bank ( ) and in conjunction with the  Audient Alliance Program and Sight Life.

Through Habitat for Humanity, have purchased five homes for the disabled.

A Children's Waiting Room in the Emergency Care Facility at Bozeman Deaconess Hospital,

For the Bozeman Fire Department, purchased equipment and gear for paramedic bikes that will allow medical treatment in large crowds.

Purchased a Leader Dog to provide a guide for the blind. 

Hope & The Holidays, yearly donation from membership, typically $2,000. US, to provide families with Christmas Meals and toys for their children.

Recycling Program, recycling cardboard and aluminum at Pacific Steel Recycling - indicate the proceeds to go to the Bozeman Lions Club if you are donating.  In addition, we also have several eyeglass collection boxes for prescription and non-prescription and dark glasses located at the Bozeman Senior Center, the Manhattan Senior Center and The Three Rivers Senior Citizens Club in Three Forks as well in and around the Bozeman area.  The boxes can also be used to donate old cell phones and hearing aids too. 

The Bozeman Lions Supports, through Service Hours and/or Direct Funding: 

Volunteer Organizations Active in Disasters (VOAD)

The American Diabetes Association

The Montana Association for the Blind

Camp Braveheart and Big Sky Kids (Children with Cancer)

Continual Support to the Gallatin Valley Food Bank

Built Christy Field for local youth baseball players to enjoy

Big Brothers and Big Sisters

Boys and Girls Club

Special Olympics

The Salvation Army

The Gallatin County Fairgrounds

The National Arbor Day Foundation

Low Vision Montana

Eagle Mount 

Bozeman Baseball



Major Contributor to the Sight First II Program which provides grants to fight preventable and reversible blindness.

Major Contributor to Lions Clubs International Foundation, providing grant and disaster relief worldwide.

We obtained an LCIF Standard Grant for the Rehoboth Children's Clinic (Orphanage) in the Philippines.  We are Twinning (an Exchange Process) with our friends, the Tanay Kapuso Lions of 301 D-2, who are assisting on this project.  The foundations have been poured and walls are up.  Current construction is working on the roof of the buildings for occupancy very soon!

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