Club Projects

The Midland Lions Club supports the community with a variety of programs and services, with a focus on sight. This focus dates back to 1925, when Helen Keller gave a speech at the International Lions Convention in Cedar Point, Ohio asking Lions to be Knights for the Blind to hasten the day when there would be no preventable blindness, no blind child untaught, and no blind man or woman unaided.

  • Provides eye exams for those who qualify.
  • Provide free eye exams for children through the Project KidSight program. (Contact us on how to provide free screening for your school.)
  • Purchases eyeglasses and helps to obtain hearing aids.
  • Supports Eversight Michigan for corneal transplants.
  • Supports the Leader Dog Program.
  • Provides White Canes for the blind.
  • Supports the MidMichigan Diabetes Center and the Bear Lake Camp for diabetic children.
  • Supports Leadership programs for community youth.
  • Helps children attend summer camp at Chippewa Nature Center.



Camp Fish Tales Awarded $12,500 from the Midland Lions Club

Camp Fish Tales was awarded $12,500 from the Midland Lions Club for two enhancements to summer camp programming. The grant will provide CFT with 15 adaptive paddle boards and life jackets, which will allow for accessible recreation activities for all participants. The camp will also purchase tablets for staff/camper training with the funds. Each summer campers participate in several activities including archery, boating, swimming, outdoor games and activities, crafts and rock wall climbing. Read the rest of the article from the Midland Daily News.

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