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​WHERE THERE IS A NEED THERE IS A LION

​HAVE YOU THOUGHT ABOUT BEING A LION?

Sedro-Woolley Lions Club is a service club whose primary focus is giving back to our community through volunteering and through community projects. We are an independent, non-sectarian, non-political, and non-profit organization. We are part of Lions Clubs International. Due to Covid-19 Pandemic we continue volunteering individually at the following agencies while maintaining safe distance, wearing a mask and frequent hand washing:

  • Meals on Wheels
  • Skagit County Parks and Recreation
  • Loggerodeo
  • Food Bank
  • Covid-19 testing and injection site
  • Skagit Community Transit
  • Developmental Disability Agency
  • Northwest Federation of the Blind
  • Community Advisory Board

We help community members in need with glasses and hearing aids. We provide three scholarships for Sedro-Woolley High School graduating seniors each year. 

You can help too by donating used eyeglasses at our donation boxes located at:  Chamber of Commerce, City of Sedro-Woolley Public Office Building, Food Pavilion, Lemley's, Cascadiaeye, Sedro-Woolley Senior Center, Sedro-Woolley Vision Center, Clear Lake Church and our Schools.

On the first weekend of May we collect donations for the Northwest Lions Foundation for sight and hearing restoration and patient grants. Consider making a donation in May to the Lions at Food Pavilion. You'll see us in our Yellow Vests outside the Food Pavilion. Your donation will help to purchase hearing aids and vision exams for those in need.

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Making a Difference Everyday, Everywhere

 

Lions Clubs International is the world's largest service club organization with more than 1.4 million members in approximately 46,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas around the world.

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