The Prescott Valley Early Bird Lions have become experts in wholesaling and retailing Christmas Trees.  Each year in November and December they have a retail sales lot on the northeast corner of the Prescott Valley Event Center parking lot.  This major project contributes the majority of the funds that go back into service to the community.

In May the club sponsors the annual Prescott Valley Days Parade with over 50 entries each year..

Each year the club sponsors a Safe Halloween for children.  They can gather in costume at one large venue to collect candy and enjoy Halloween with other kids.

The Prescott Valley Early Bird Lions Club’s primary service is to provide eye exams and eye glasses to those in need in the community. Children and adults receive these services with the club paying for the exams and lenses. 

In addition, the club helps families with special needs or financial help as well a contributing to various community organizations such as the Yavapai Food Bank, Adult Literacy, Hungry Kids Project, CASA Senior Center, to name just a few.

The club provides scholarships for graduating high school seniors. Three graduating seniors are selected based on their service to the community and their scholastic achievements.

Lions International sponsors various activities for youth and the club participates in these events, such as Essay Contest and the Peace Poster contest.  In additions, the club also supports state, national and international Lions services, such as Leader Dogs for the blind, Guide Dogs of the Desert, Camp Tatiyee for the physically impaired and other Lions International foundations.

The club also collects used lenses that the community can deposit at various businesses.  These lenses are used to recycle for use  in new lenses.

All funds for the service that the Prescott Valley Lions Club gives to the community are from the club’s foundation.  All money received from the various projects go to the foundation for distribution.

In addition, the club is a Tax Exempt 501C organization and is eligible to receive donations for the Arizona State Tax Credit for the Working Poor allowed under A.R.S. Section 43-1089.


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