Sight Programs

Lions have gained worldwide recognition for our work to improve sight and prevent blindness. Our members around the world are also actively involved in:

In 1925, Helen Keller challenged Lions to become "knights of the blind in the crusade against darkness." And we accepted. Today, sight programs remain one of our defining causes.

Lions Low Vision Center of CT

Youth Programs

We bring young people together. The Bloomfield Lions Club provides youth volunteer opportunities that inspire and support leadership in young people ages 12 and up by giving them the chance to learn, grow and serve by participating in community service projects.

We enhance their lives. Every year, thousands of young people travel around the world to learn about cultures, customs and friendship through our Youth Camp and Exchange program.

And we help them share a message of peace. For decades, the Peace Poster Contest has helped more than four million young people express their creativity, their aspirations and their hopes for the world.

Find a Leo's Club | Youth Development Programs | Youth Camp and Exchange Program

Community Programs

Lions Green Team Program | Lions Crew at Work Program

Upcoming Events

May 2012 is Recycle for Sight Month.

May 11-17: White Cane Week.

May 15: Annual Leo Club Officers and Membership Report Form (Leo-72) is due.

June 1: Helen Keller Day

June 5: World Environment Day

June 22-26: 95th International Convention (Busan, Republic of Korea)

How to Get Involved

We have meetings on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month at 7 pm at the following address:

Bloomfield Senior Center
Park Avenue
Bloomfield, CT

You are encouraged to come to a meeting, and look through this site for more information.

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