This donation to District 47 will help students with asthma better manage their disease and decrease absenteeism and symptomatic days.
The CL Lions donation of $1,000 will help with the back pack program for elementary students going back to school with a backpack and supplies.
The Crystal Lake Food Pantry has been providing nutritious food for neighbors in the Crystal Lake area for over 38 years..
Family Health Partnership improves the health and status of the community and reduce the negative impact of poor access to care by providing a broad spectrum of services to those in need.
The Senior Care Volunteer Network helps seniors age 60 and older, maintain, their independence, diginity and quality of life by remaining in their own homes or loved ones as long as possible.
Lion John Dewey (masked Lion) presenting a $1,000 check to Joanna Bradshaw of the Crystal Lake Food Pantry, April 2020.
McCap provides a meaningful learning experience that will enrich and expand the livies of young adults with severe and profound disabilities.
The CL Lions partners with Shopko – Dr. Herba who provides eye exams and eye glasses for those who can not afford them. A BIG THANK YOU TO DR. HERBA!!!!
Turning Point is an organization which helps individuals and families impacted by domestic violence.
Dream Riders provides therapy for children and addults to address physical, sensory and social concerns using a variety of treatments and therapeutic methods, including hippotherapy and adaptive riding of horses.
Lion Bill Davies (another masked Lion) presents a $1,000 check to Jeff Pal from the Salvation Army in Crystal Lake, April 2020.
Horizons for the Blind recently received $1,000 check from the Crystal Lake Lions Club. Pictured are employee and Lion Nate Magit, Horizons Founder and Executive Director Camille Caffarelli, Lion Dave Moore and Lion Bill Limbach.
The Crystal Lake Food Pantry was founded in the Spring of 1982 by the Church Women United. Eight churches became the founding members of the Crystal Lake Food Pantry. Their mission is to collect and distribute food supplies to individuals and families in the Crystal Lake area in need. The Crystal Lake Lions club donated $1,000.
The Crystal Lake Lions have donated $100,000 to the community for Local Eye Care the past five years!
The Crystal Lake Lions donated three scholarships to the Creative Arts Club for one year. Creative Arts offers scholarships to youth aged 4 -17 who demonstrate financial need and a love of art. From Creative Arts Susan Sieber, Creative Arts Director and Nancy Williamson CA Board Member
Bob Moravec, Crystal Lake Lions Club, delievered 3,441 pairs of used eyeglasses, 350 ink cartridges, 31 used hearing aids and 429 used cellphones/chargers to the Lions of Illinois Foundation.
In the past four years, the club has donated 23,950 used eyeglasses for recycling. These items were all collected at 20 locations in Crystal Lake.
Lion Bob Moravec is pictured on the right with Rick Tognazzik from the Foundation. Picture taken March 2020.