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Provide Free Eye Exams, Eyeglasses, and Hearing Aids

Eyeglasses, Hearing Aid, and Cell Phone Recycling

Oregon Lions Sight and Hearing Foundations screens, treats, saves, and restores sight and hearing, in partnership with Lions Clubs.  Every year your Oregon Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation (OLSHF) screens, treats, and saves the sight and hearing of over 200,000 children and adults.


Local School Screening Program detects vision problems in young school-aged children at Laural Elementry, Territorial Elementry, and Oaklea Middle School.  Here is a video of how Lions International changed one child's life forever.


School Crosswalk Program every morning Junction City Lions provide help to make sure students cross safely the intersection in front of Laurel Elementry School.

Highway 99 Clean Up is done twice a year cleaning up litter along Highway 99.

Junction City Easter Egg Hunt is an egg hunt for children in Junction City.

College Scholarships to High School Seniors for Junction City, Harrisburg, and Monroe

Viking Sal

Senior Meals

Junction City Local Aid provides basic needs assistance to low-income neighbors living in the Junction City School District area.

Gods Storehouse - Harrisburg

LPCCI Service Dog

Boys Scouts of America

Junction City and Harrisburg Light Parades


Gales Creek Camp Foundation Dedicated to providing camp experiences for children, youth and families directly affected by type 1 diabetes. Through traditional and innovative camp programs designed around fun, we are committed to nurturing a positive attitude toward life and fostering the transition toward independence, integrating diabetes management and self-care skills with social and life skills.


UKANDU Provide joy, hope, and connection to communities impacted by childhood and adolescent cancer We recognize that cancer impacts the entire family and we aim to provide parents and caregivers a respite from the physical, emotional and financial toll childhood cancer poses to families. 


Camp Millennium Free summer camp for children dealing with a cancer diagnosis. It is a time for them to be themselves and to share in a variety of summer camp activities, such as hiking, fishing, archery, swimming, arts and crafts, horseback riding, and many other surprises. The goal of this week-long adventure is to provide these children with a camping experience that can be extended into their everyday lives.


PeaceHealth Heartfelt House A welcoming home will provide a place of comfort and healing for families who are facing trying times -- the new parents of a fragile infant in our NICU, the grief-stricken loved ones of a trauma patient and sometimes patients themselves, who need a good night’s rest before an early morning surgery or have traveled here for outpatient treatments unavailable in their community.

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