MN Lions Vision Foundation
The Minnesota Lions Vision Foundation has been working to help the blind and visually impaired since 1960. Through our support of Lions Gift of Sight, our collaboration with the University of Minnesota, and our work collecting and distributing used eyeglasses, the Foundation helps countless people every day.
Can Do Canines
Can Do Canines is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for people with disabilities by creating mutually beneficial partnerships with specially trained dogs.
MN Lions Childhood
The Lions of Multiple 5M have developed the foundation to support research, to provide services for the support of families of childhood cancer patients, in particular to the siblings of such patients, and to provide services and research for survivors of childhood cancer and their families.
Lions KidSight USA is a nation-wide program training and mobilizing caring people to be able to easily and efficiently screen the vision health of our nation’s youngest, dearest, and most vulnerable children to help ensure they receive early academic and social development success that we all deserve.
Leader Dogs for the Blind
At Leader Dogs for the Blind we believe that everyone deserves a life of independence and mobility. All of our services are provided free of charge to our clients, including travel in the U.S. and Canada, room and board, equipment and training. This means that no one is excluded from living their most fulfilling life due to lack of funds.
MN Lions Hearing Foundation
The Minnesota Lions Hearing Foundation was founded in 1973 to promote to the fullest extent the advance of research and programs concerned with hearing health and communication disorders.
MN Lions Diabetes Foundation
The Minnesota Lions Diabetes Foundation, Inc. is dedicated to improving the quality of life for people with diabetes by funding research to cure diabetes, providing education and sponsoring preventive health activities.
Project New Hope Lions
Foundation of MN
At Project New Hope, we are driven by our mission: To provide veterans and their families the education, training and skills necessary to manage their lives after wartime service.