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​Volunteering to be in a parade can be a fun and rewarding experience! It allows you to be part of a community event and contribute to the success of the parade.


You will meet new people, make new friends, and learn new skills. Volunteering can also help you develop your social skills and build your confidence. 

Eye Exam


The Lions are best know for their support of the vision and hearing impared. Back in 1925, Helen Keller asked a new service organization called "The Lions" to take on a grand project of service to those suffering from blindness and deafness.


If you, or someone you know, needs glasses or hearing aids and cannot afford them, please contact us.

Teacher and Young Student


The Lions Giving Library accepts gently used preschool through early teenage books. They are sorted and distributed at school visits, summer lunch programs, and homeless events. It is a moving experience to witness the pride in children as they start their personal library!

Kids Jumping into the Lake


Camp Leo is dedicated to enriching the lives of those affected by Type 1 Diabetes through programs that inspire, empower, educate, and promote community. Our vision is that every person with Type 1 Diabetes is empowered to live life to their fullest potential. 

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Join the West Seattle Lion’s for our traditional pancake breakfast prepared by local restaurants. All proceeds benefit ongoing community services. Discounts are available for veterans, seniors and children so reserve your table today!


The Lion's Club Scholarship Fund began in 1946 and has enabled students in our areas to thrive! 


If you would like to receive more information on how to apply for this scholarship, or how to donate to this inspirational endeavor, please contact us!

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