ABOUT THE NAPERVILLE NOON LIONS CLUB
The Naperville Noon Lions Club is a member of the International Association of Lions Clubs founded in 1917 in Chicago.
Lions are men and women like you. Lions volunteer in the community to assist people who cannot afford the vision and hearing care they need. Naperville Noon Lions also provide diabetic test strips for schools in Districts 203 and 204, and contribute to a number of local organizations. Naperville Noon Lions provide services to Napervillians in need without regard to race, color, gender, religion, ability or identity.
Lions are involved in a number of fundraising and service projects throughout the year, and we have fun doing them!
|Road Clean Up||Candy Day|
|Lions Raffle||Eye Glass Collection|
|Naperville Turkey Trot 5K||Naperville Pizza Wars|
|St. Baldrick’s||Feed My Starving Children|
Salvation Army Bell Ringing
|Healing Fields of Honor|
Lions Clubs International (LCI) is the largest and most active service organization in the world, with over 1.4 million members in 182 countries. A non-profit, the Lions focus is to help the vision and hearing impaired. Helen Keller challenged the Lions Club to become “Knights of the Blind” in a crusade against darkness. Supporting that charter, the Naperville Noon Lions Club funds glaucoma testing and visual and hearing correction for Naperville children and seniors who could not otherwise afford this care. Naperville Noon Lions also support LCI’s 5 global causes: vision, diabetes, hunger, the environment and childhood cancer.
To learn more about Lions Clubs international click here.