Serving Vancouver, Washington since 1919 • A proud member of Lions Clubs International since 1928

link to meeting page
link to online membership application
link to eyeglass recycling page
link to sight foundation page
link to hearing committee page
link to hearing aid recycling page
link to hawaiian holiday raffle page
link to walk and knock food drive page
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School for the Blind Bowling
walk and knock food drive picture
Walk And Knock Food Drive
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Relay For Life
school for the blind carnival picture
Schools for the Blind and Deaf Carnival
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Tree Planting
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Memorial Day Hot Dogs
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White Cane Fund Drive
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Adopt A Road Litter Control
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he Vancouver Lions Club, of Vancouver, Washington U.S.A., is a community service organization that began serving the humanitarian needs in the greater Vancouver, Washington community in 1919 as the Vancouver Prunearians before joining the International Association Of Lions Clubs on September 12, 1928.

The Club is organized a Washington non–profit corporation and is a §501(c)(4) non–profit organization under the United States Internal Revenue Code. The Club's charitable arm, the Vancouver Lions Foundation, is also organized as a Washington non–profit corporation and is §501(c)(3) charitable organization under the United States Internal Revenue Code.


  • Club Membership Openings — The Vancouver Lions Club is currently accepting applications for membership. Membership is open to all persons of we need you image good moral character and reputation who are over the age of 18. There are no limitations to membership based on business, profession, industry, employment, gender, gender identity, gender expression, religion, military service, race or affiliation. Note that Lions Clubs International has waived new Lions club membership initiation fees (otherwise $3500) through June 30, 2022, and there are discounts to annual dues for families and students. Consider joining the Vancouver Lions Club today and share the fun and fellowship of serving your community.

Pending Projects…

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  • Got Sneakers? Fundraiser — From now to the end of January, 2022, the Vancouver Lions Club is conducting a “Sneaker Drive” fundraiser. It is simple, really. Collect and turn in lightly used sneakers to the Vancouver Lions Club, and the Club will “sell” them to a sneaker recycling organization. The used shoes will be recycled to needy persons, and the money raised by the Club will be returned to the community through the Vancouver Lions Foundation. Email for more information and for instructions on where you can deliver your collection of lightly–used shoes.
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  • Onesies Holiday Project — Everyone ought to have a onsie, right? Well, babies who are receiving chemotherapy sure ought to have them. And those two thoughts spurred a program from the District 19G (of which the Vancouver Lions Club is a part) pediatric cancer coordinator, PZC and LaCenter Lion Edie Brannon, to figure out how to alter onsies to add a flap through which a chemotherapy port can be accessed. The end result is that babies who are being treated for cancer can do so in the warmth of a onsie instead of naked but for a diaper. And the Vancouver Lions Club is all in on collecting onsies over the holidays, which will be donated to PZC Edie, then donated with the fancy port–flap installed to families whose babies need chemotherapy. All you have to do is buy one or more onsies (they need to be new) and get them to the Club. We will take it from there. Plain colors preferred. Sizes 9 and 12 months are the most requested sizes. Email for more information and for instructions on where you can deliver your collection of onsies.