The Pinal Mountain Lions Foundation, Inc. (doing business as Globe Lions Club) is a tax-exempt non-profit 501(c)3 organization with EIN 47-5012853.

Donations are tax deductable.  Our organization's guidance requires that funds raised from the community go back to the community's charitable efforts, with zero percent consumed by overhead.  

We engage in fundraising to meet unmet needs in our community.  If you can help, we definitely would appreciate your donation that can be mailed to Globe Lion Club, Box 209, Globe, AZ 85501. Receipt provided upon request.


Our service projects for youth and adults include:

    All Children Eat - ACE

    Arizona Lions Camp Tatiyee (Certified special needs camp for children and adults) near Pinetop/Lakeside, AZ

     Free Vision Screening

     White Cane drive

​      Collection of extra, no longer needed eyeglasses

​      Smoke Detectors for area residents (available from Globe Fire Department)

      Diabetes Awareness

      C. Kirby Smithe International Youth Exchange

      "Journey of Hope" Bicyclists annual trip across the U.S.

      Arizona Lions Vision and Hearing Foundation MD-21

      Melvin Jones Lions International Memorial in Ft Thomas

      Eye exams, eyeglasses and hearing aids for those members of the community in need.

      Devices to assist the visually impaired.

      Support for Leader Dogs for the Blind

      Highway cleanup

      Reading Action Program - ReadOn Globe-Miami

      "Lunch Buddies" - summer free lunch program at Globe Library

And several additional Globe youth programs

      Globe Lions Club is an active participant in the Arizona Lions District 21-B and serves as a satellite sorting center for the Arizona Lions Eyeglass Recycling Terminal (ALERT).  Through this program, thousands of pairs of used eyeglasses (prescription, sunglasses and reading glasses) are provided to the Philippines, Sri Lanka, Mexico, Central and South American countries, Africa, Haiti and even US prisons by Lions Club International and other partner service organizations.  Club members collect, clean and sort eyeglasses and forward them on to the Southern Arizona Association for the Visually Impaired in Tucson.

      The club also supports Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF).  LCIF partners with several philanthropic organizations including the Gates Foundation to help prevent the spread of measles, the Carter Center to eliminate waterborne diseases that affect vision and cause blindness, Special Olympics, and many others.  LCIF also provides disaster relief assistance wherever needed by local Lions clubs to help their communities.




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