Wisconsin Lions Camp
Giving People Who Cannot See a Place to Hear Laughter
Lions work tirelessly to serve local communities. As part of this work, Lions proudly support recreational camps that are customized to meet the special needs of children and adults who are blind or visually impaired.
With input from experts – physicians, departments and ministries of health or local foundations for persons who are blind or visually impaired – Lions have organized recreational camp opportunities for blind and visually impaired children and adults.
The Town of Texas Lions are proud to help sponsor the Wisconsin Lions Camp located in Rosholt, WI. The camp is four hundred acres of forest, trails, wildlife and a beautiful lake that welcomes nearly 4,000 campers each year.
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Wisconsin Lions Camp
Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF)
Incorporated in 1968, LCIF is the chartiable arm of Lions Clubs International. It's a public non-profit, tax-exempt corporation which provides millions of dollars to programs for the needy. To date LCIF has approved more than $280 million dollars in grants. This includes grants for the SightFirst program, humanitarian services, disaster relief and vocational assistance.
The foundation has three major objectives:
- Humanitarian Services
- Vocational Training
- Major Disaster Relief
Sight Programs & Services
Through corneal donation,
eyeglass recycling, strategic partnerships and vision screenings for the public,
Lions are illuminating the world for millions of people who are at risk of vision loss.
To service those that have already lost – or never had – the ability to see, Lions services may include:
Our sight programs also focus on causes of preventable blindness. We're fighting:
- Supporting guide dog schools
- Providing scholarships for blind students
- Supporting vocational training programs
- Facilitating self-help groups for the blind/visually impaired
- Furnishing talking books, Braille books, or large print books for a public library
- Supporting recreational activities and Lions camps for the blind/visually impaired
- Providing devices such as white canes, braillers or computers
- Funding eye research
Learn how you can join the battle and help Lions near you.
- Age-related macular degeneration
- Diabetic eye disease
- Corneal blindness
- River Blindness (onchocerciasis) and Trachoma
Lions Clubs International SightFirst