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WHO

WE SUPPORT

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When it comes to meeting challenges, our response is simple: WE SERVE. Supporting a variety of organizations throughout the Mesa Valley. We believe it's our duty to support those in our own community.

LIONS CLUB

GLOBAL CAUSES

In 1927, Helen Keller challenged Lions to be knights of the blind in the crusade against darkness. Lions took this challenge and have expanded it into five global issues which Lions support.

 

LOCAL PROGRAMS

WE SUPPORT

The Orchard Mesa Lions Club partners with multiple local organizations. We believe in supporting and making a difference in our own communities.  For more information about any of our programs, please click here!

 

Kidsight

Vision

The Lions help provide early screening for children to detect eye problems in young children. The equipment allows us to detect six common vision problems in children.

Prescriptio Eyeglasses Assistance

Vision

Our club provides eyecare to individuals in need on an individual basis.

District 51 Schools

Youth

We support programs at elementary and middle schools on Orchard Mesa.

Mesa

County Fair

Environment

Every summer, the Mesa County Fair Board partners with us along with 4-H and FFA members. They share educational projects with the public.

Salvation Army

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The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

Orchard Mesa Little League

Youth

Orchard Mesa Little League is dedicated to teaching the values of teamwork, sportsmanship, and fair play while learning to safely play and enjoy the game.

JUCO

Youth

The OM Lions Club sponsors a team at The Junior College Baseball World Series. This tournament brings athletes from all over the country together in the last week of May.

CMU Scholarships

Youth

We continue to provide and support educational opportunities for individuals in the valley to attend Colorado Mesa University

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SWEET TREATS 2020-1

Nine dozen doughnuts were delivered to the Mesa County Health Department Sept. 22 by Lions Glenn and Mike as a ‘thank you’ for being on the Covid front lines. Yes, the Health Dept. DOES love doughnuts! Mary Cornforth and Lisa Snyder couldn’t have been more grateful. A note to the Club: “The staff was thrilled with your surprise this morning. I was asked to be sure and thank the OM Lions for us---they were really touched by your thoughtfulness. Thanks again.”

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SWEET TREATS 2020-2
SWEET TREATS 2020-2

Nine dozen doughnuts were delivered to the Mesa County Health Department Sept. 22 by Lions Glenn and Mike as a ‘thank you’ for being on the Covid front lines. Yes, the Health Dept. DOES love doughnuts! Mary Cornforth and Lisa Snyder couldn’t have been more grateful. A note to the Club: “The staff was thrilled with your surprise this morning. I was asked to be sure and thank the OM Lions for us---they were really touched by your thoughtfulness. Thanks again.”

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SWEET TREATS 2020-1
SWEET TREATS 2020-1

Nine dozen doughnuts were delivered to the Mesa County Health Department Sept. 22 by Lions Glenn and Mike as a ‘thank you’ for being on the Covid front lines. Yes, the Health Dept. DOES love doughnuts! Mary Cornforth and Lisa Snyder couldn’t have been more grateful. A note to the Club: “The staff was thrilled with your surprise this morning. I was asked to be sure and thank the OM Lions for us---they were really touched by your thoughtfulness. Thanks again.”

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2020 visit to Ray an Wilma
2020 visit to Ray an Wilma

Seven members of our club made a surprise visit to Lions Ray and Wilma’ house on Saturday morning, August 1st. We all visited for about an hour and got a fallen limb out of their tree. Great fun and a great surprise. Ray & Wilma are club members who are quite elderly and had not been coming out, so the club went to visit them.

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KINDNESS IS A CHOICE 2020-2
KINDNESS IS A CHOICE 2020-2

In June the Club gave each Lions member $100 to be disbursed however that Lion wished in order to help others.

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2020 visit to Ray an Wilma
2020 visit to Ray an Wilma

Seven members of our club made a surprise visit to Lions Ray and Wilma’ house on Saturday morning, August 1st. We all visited for about an hour and got a fallen limb out of their tree. Great fun and a great surprise. Ray & Wilma are club members who are quite elderly and had not been coming out, so the club went to visit them.

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2020 Grand Valley Joint Club yard sale 3
2020 Grand Valley Joint Club yard sale 3

2020 joint yard sale with the Grand Valley Joint Club to benefit the blind.

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2020 Grand Valley Joint Club yard sale 1
2020 Grand Valley Joint Club yard sale 1

2020 joint yard sale with the Grand Valley Joint Club to benefit the blind.

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2020 Grand Valley Joint Club yard sale 2
2020 Grand Valley Joint Club yard sale 2

2020 joint yard sale with the Grand Valley Joint Club to benefit the blind.

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2020 Grand Valley Joint Club yard sale 3
2020 Grand Valley Joint Club yard sale 3

2020 joint yard sale with the Grand Valley Joint Club to benefit the blind.

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2020 Christmas decor for white house
2020 Christmas decor for white house

Making Christmas decor for the 2020 White House Christmas tree.

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2020 Christmas decor for white house2

Making Christmas decor for the 2020 White House Christmas tree.

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2020 Christmas decor for white house
2020 Christmas decor for white house

Making Christmas decor for the 2020 White House Christmas tree.

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Mountain Lions Eye Bank

Vision

Our mission is to fulfill the wishes of eye donors and their families in order to help another overcome blindness through transplantation and research.

Colorado Lions Foundation

Humanitarian Efforts

The Foundation provides annual educational scholarships for Colorado High School graduates. They also provide matching funds and grants for humanitarian projects.

Colorado Lions Camp

Youth

The camp is a year-round facility that provides summer and respite programs for individuals with special needs age 8 to adult.

American Legion Bike Run

Youth

Raising awareness and funds for children that are abused or neglected looking for a permanent home.

Wreath Across America

Humanitarian Efforts

Each December on National Wreaths Across America Day, we partner with others to lay wreaths on the graves of all locally fallen soldiers. 

Alzheimer Walk

Raising awareness and funds for Alzheimer's care, support and research. 

Operation Interdependence

Hunter

Operation Interdependence provides military care packages and support to active military members overseas and to veterans at home.

Western

Food Bank of the Rockies

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With the belief that food is the foundation for a happy, healthy life. Providing food for seniors, kids, families and individuals.

Leader Dogs

For The Blind

Vision

Lions provides leader dogs for people who are blind or visually impaired along with other services for the blind.

Lions Club International Foundation

Hunter

Since 1968, the charitable arm of Lions Clubs International, LCIF has provided grant funding for local and global humanitarian efforts. It's funded entirely by charitable donations from Lions, our friends, and partners. 

Mountain Landscape

PARTNER WITH US

We love partnering with companies and individuals to support our community.