Charities

Some Of The Charities We Have Supported

Total support for all charities to date: $1,600,000.

Adult Eyeglass Program

American Cancer Society – Hope Lodge

Boy Scout Troop 157

Boys & Girls Clubs of Lubbock

CASA

Children’s Miracle Network

Community Partners of Lubbock

LISD Eyeglasses for Children

Family Outreach Center

Goodwill Industries

Great Plains Lions Eyebank

Habitat for Humanity

Lions Campaign SightFirst I & II

Lubbock Meals on Wheels

Outstanding Youth Scholarships

Ronald McDonald House

Salvation Army

Scottish Rite Learning Center

Sick Children’s Clinic

South Plains Food Bank

Texas Boys Ranch

Texas Lions Camp in Kerrville

Women’s Protective Services

YWCA Adaptive Aquatics

Suggest A Charity

Projects we typically support:

  • Range up to $10,000.
  • Programs and organizations dealing:
    1) with “sight” conservation and correction
    2) with “hearing” conservation and correction
    3) other physical disabilities
  • Programs and organizations that support children and families.
  • Programs and organizations which have a positive impact on multiple people.
  • Grants and requests for specific programs and equipment.

Projects we typically DO NOT support:

  • Requests for an individual.
  • Funds for day-to-day operational expenses of organizations such as utilities, rent, labor, general and administrative expenses.
  • Other organizations’ fundraisers and capital campaigns.

If you are interested in requesting funds to support your non-profit organization, please send your request to:

Projects Committee Chair
#4 Briercroft Office Part Suite 101A
Lubbock, Texas 79412
806-763-4789

Typically, the Projects Committee meets every other month to evaluate proposals received. Proposals should include a background of your agency, describe the population you serve, specifics of your request, and how the specific request will help your organization and your clients. Note that we typically will not provide funding for multiple years. Organizations not previously funded by Lubbock Lions Club may be requested to provide documentation of their non-profit status. If you are allocated funds, you will be requested to attend one of our weekly meetings in order to receive the check and provide the membership with a short synopsis of how the funding will be used.