We Serve by reaching, touching and improving lives.
The Wisconsin Lions Foundation, Inc. (WLF) is a charitable non-profit Wisconsin Corporation organized and maintained by the Lions of Wisconsin and is in charge of all statewide service and fund-raising activities. The Foundation began in 1956 as the administrative arm to the Wisconsin Lions Camp. The Foundation now has a total of five statewide projects; The Wisconsin Lions Camp, the Eyeglass Recycling Center, Diabetes Education, the Hearing Program, and Vision Screening. The Foundation has grown to be the pride and joy of the Lions, Lioness, and Leos of Wisconsin. It is also the envy of the Lions throughout the Country and very much appreciated by the people whose lives have been, or are being, changed by its projects. This was all made possible because Clubs and individuals believe in what the Foundation has to offer and because of the watchful administration of the Board of Directors. The operation of the Foundation is directed by 24 Directors, two from each of the ten districts, one from the Council of Governors, and three Lioness Representatives.
Foundation activities are supported through funds contributed by Lions, Lioness, and Leo Clubs and individual members. Support is also received from private citizens, business and industrial benefactors, and memorial bequests. To find out more about the Lions, Lioness, and Leos, click here.
We Serve by reaching, touching and improving lives
To be an organization that supports local community services that
influence and impact the wellbeing of all people.
To champion Lions organization service to their communities,
supporting statewide Lions service projects and implementing
programs to sustain the funding required for achieving our mission
Determined by Lions organization community awareness and use of
For more information on the history of the Foundation, its projects, or ways you can help, please contact the Wisconsin Lions Foundation, Inc at 1-877-463-6953 or firstname.lastname@example.org.