District 4L2 Sponsored Projects


American Cancer Society   
Dan Witling
Senior Executive Director 
MD4-L2 District Chair: 1st VDG Scarlett Ku
     At the American Cancer Society, we're on a mission to free the world from cancer.  Until we do, we'll be funding, and conducting research, sharing expert information, supporting patiients, and spreading the word about prevention.  All so you can live loonger--and better.
     Get to know us whether we're working in a community near you or one halfway around the world, our mission remains the same: to save lives.  See what we've been up to lately and get to know the American Cancer Society a little bit better.
     From our volunteers and supporters to our staff and Donors, every individual makes a differance, every day.
Blind Childrens Center
4120 Marathon Street            
Los Angeles, CA 90029         
(323) 664-2153
Alan Boring   Board President
Danette M. Beach    Executive Director
     Since 1938, we'e given thousands of blind children  loving, supportive and positive start to their young lives.  Our setvices include: Infant Program, Educationall Preschool, Family Sevices, Publications Program, Medical and Applied Research and Therapeutic Support Services.  Visit our website at:
Lions Project for Canine Companions
P. O. Box 3896
Santa Rosa, CA 95402
(707) 577-1774
National Administrator
Sarah Haberthur
MD4-L2 District Chair: Lion Johncito Peraza 
Cell: (323) 490-4620
     Raising more than $4.6 million for Canine Companions.  Lions Project for Canine Companions is a nonpprofit organization of Lions that partners with Canine Companions, a nationwide organization, providing trained assisstance dogs for adults. children and veterans with disabilities, other than sign related.  These assisstance dogs are provided at no cost to the recipient because of your ongoing support.  Can we make a presentation at your Lion's meeting?  Contact us at or your District Chair to make arrangements to visit your club.  Where There's a need, There's a Lion!   Donate today and make a differance in someone's future forever, visit our website at:
Lions Camp at Teresita Pines
Teresita Pines Village * Wrightwood Village * Lions Den
P. O. Box 98 
Wrightwood, CA 92397
Phone: 760-249-3580
     Open year around in the mountains of Wrightwood, CA, the mission of Lions Camp at Teresita Pines is: 'to provide beautiful mountain facilites for group camping, emphasizing the needs the disabled'.  Our handicapped accesiable facilities can host retreats, conferences, and more for groups of all ages.  Our focus has been serving groups with campers who are blind, deaf, with diabetes or autism.
     Facilities: Main Lodge, winterized & summer cabins, meeting rooms, historic outdoor chapel, swimming pool, climbing wall, athletic field, archery range, amphitheater, campfire and camping areas.
     Lions Annual Opportunities:   May-Work weekend: Help Paine, Rake, Beautify & Repair Lions Camps     September-Lions Appreciations Day & Open House Awards given & Tour Camp.
     Lions Camps at Teresita Pines is a not for profit 501C3 organization and a Lions District MD-4 Endorsed Charity Project.
Lions Float Inc, - Lions International
Lions Clubs International 2023 Tournament of Roses Parade Float: "Bridging The World Through Service"
     "Bridging The World Through Service" float depicts students, Leos and Lions Clubs members bridging relationships through service.  The bridges symbolize an international connection to the common global issues of hunger and the environment.
      The LCI float features gardening and planting trees.  We want to show the world that we serve to improve human flourishing.  Lions are depicted on the float planting trees to protect our environment.  Our environment is more than a background: it's our home.  And we're committed to caring for it.
     The float is 35 feet long.  Lions help where help is needed in their own communities and around the world with inmatched integrity and enery; "We Serve" Lions Clubs International has over, 46.000 clubs in 210 countries and geographical areas, and is the world's largest humanitarian service organzation.
     The float needs clubs, district and individuals to help in the fundraising of current and future floats by coontributing in variety ways.  Please consider donating to LFI by purchasing a club banner patch,float merchandise, "Ride of Your life" opportunity drawing, Out Walkers and rider positions, awarding one of five Fellowships to a deserving Lion!  And hot off the press, the Lions Float Inc., Ambassador and Rose Programs.  In addition, service hours are needed during the decorating process.
Lions Low Vision Services (L.O.V.E.) Program
For Information Contact: PDG Sinja Menor  Cell: (323) 459-2204  Fax: (323) 465-0613
Clinic Offices: Optometric Center of Los Angeles
                          3916 S. Broadway, Los Angeles, Ca 90037

“People Caring for People”, the cornerstone of Lionism, is actively
demonstrated through the Lions Low Vision Services (L.O.V.E.)
Program. Known as the “L.O.V.E.” Program, the Lion Clubs of
Southern California have responded enthusiastically and generously
to the establishment of the vital program for the partiallysighted.
The L.O.V.E. Program, in cooperation with Optometric Center of
Los Angeles and the Southern California College of Optometry
offer complete vision care services including such specialties as low
vision devices and vision therapy. Patients of the program receive
complete vision examinations and prescribed correction and treatment.
Patients receive top quality services from the Optometric
Center, a teaching clinic staffed by optometrists, ophthalmologists,
college interns and complete office personnel. The program,
through the center, has for its patients, available loaner library of
special Low Vision Aids, prescription glasses, contact lenses and
vision therapy services. The center has over a hundred years of
experience in identifying and solving diverse problems of patients
seen in both private and clinical practice.
The L.O.V.E. Program provides services based on the patients
ability to pay. For the truly indigent, the cost may be almost nothing.
Regular fees will be charged for those who can afford to pay.
All patients must either pay for the services through personal funds
or private insurance. Patients may also request for financial assistance.
The Lions Clubs of Southern California, along with grants and
donations from other charitable individuals and entitles support
the financial needs of the program.

L.O.V.E Program Fellowships
Saunders Fellow - $5,000 ♦ Tasulis Fellow - $1000
Cornell Fellow - $500 ♦ Bob Sabol Fellow - $400
Schreiner Fellow - $250 ♦ Parlett Fellow

Lions Mobile Health Screening Unit
Contact: Lion Jennifer (310) 413-2384
     Utlize the Lions Mobile Health Screening Unit to enhance "We Serve" at Community Events.  Remember is in your Trust and Will.  Monthly Calendar Scheduling, Downloadable Forms, History, Contact Information and Board of Directors on website. Using Amazon Smile it knows LMHSU.
     Mission Statement: To privide, at no0o cost, moobile health screening to our communities.
     The Eye mobile has been used in Parades, at Festivals, Summer Concerts, Carnivals, Health Fairs, Sprcial Olypics and Holiday events.  We encourage Lions to team with District Diabetes Awareness committee to provide further types of screening.
Lion's Multiple District & Student Speaker's Foundation
Foundation President & District Trustee:
PDG Chris Ohrmund   C: (909) 646-0673
E:      R: (909) 598-0554
Foundation Vice President
PDG Dennis Drag      C: (310) 489-7900
E:   R: (310) 541-9277
Foundation Office:  331 Spur Trail Avenue, Walnut, CA 91789
Tax Exempt Number: 95-6104287
      The Lions Student Speaker Foundation is a non-profit California
corporation dedicated to the promotion of the Student Speaker's
Contest. It provides all of the funds for the scholarships given in
the annual Student Speaker's Contest.
     When you or your Club make a donation to the Foundation, you
are helping a young person with his/her education, beyond high
school. These are our leaders of tomorrow.
Harry J. Aslan Fellow $200 contribution
Dwight E. Stanford Fellow $300 contribution
Don Snyder Fellow $400 contribution
Fred W. Smith Fellow $500 contribution
Supporter Program:
Al Ohrmund Supporter Award $250 contribution
Patch/Year Chevron $100 Minimum yearly contribution
     Used cell phones are also recycled for funds. Donations of any
amount and kind are welcome, including estate bequests.
Sign up for our Foundation on Amazon Smile.
A Celebration of Miracles
Lions Clubs International "TREE OF LIFE' at Rancho Los Amigos
7601 East Imperial Highway, Downey CA  90242
MD4-L2 District Chair: Lion Karl Burger
Cell: (562) 708-8658  Email:
      By sponsoring a $200 gold leaf, you will help patients lead a productive life.  This is also an opportunity to Honor: A Special Lion, A Family Member, An Anniversary or A Memorial.



















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