- Wisconsin Lions Foundation Celebrates National Diabetes Month with Awareness and Early Detection Resources
November is National Diabetes Month, and World Diabetes Day is November 14. Both National Diabetes Month and World Diabetes Day serve as national and global campaigns to bring awareness to diabetes by promoting healthy living, educating on the risk factors, and allowing individuals with diabetes to share their stories.
Wisconsin Lions Foundation (WLF) is passionate about ...Learn more
- Wisconsin Lions Camp Wrap Up
The Wisconsin Lions Foundation is proud to report that our Wisconsin Lions Camp has had yet another successful Summer Camp season. This year, we were able to serve 633 Youth and Adult Campers. Here’s a further breakdown of our Camp season and important dates for the Wisconsin Lions Camp 2023 Season.
2022 Wisconsin Lions Camp Numbers
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- Deer Hide Collection
The Wisconsin Lions Foundation Deer Hide Collection:
We Want Your Hides—And Your Help!
The official start of deer season in Wisconsin began with bow hunting on September 17, and with it, the Wisconsin Lions Foundation (WLF) officially kicked off its Deer Hide Collection fundraiser for 2022. This fundraiser will continue throughout Wisconsin’s deer season, reaching a ...Learn more
- Off-Season Rental Program
Experience the Joy of Camp All Year Round With WLF’s Off-Season Rental Program
With summer drawing to a close, Lions Camp is preparing for off-season rentals. As many of you know, Lions Camp is owned and operated by the Wisconsin Lions Foundation, Inc. Our camp is a beautiful 440 acre facility with a private 45 acre ...Learn more
- Vision Screening Project
At WLF, our mission of “Reaching, Touching and Improving Lives” is met through our work in five statewide projects, which include our Vision Screening Project. Our Vision Screening Project aims to screen all children ages six months through 18 years for vision problems, with an emphasis on children enrolled in daycare centers and preschools.
Vision screening ...Learn more
- Hearing Project
Hearing loss is the most common and widespread form of physical disability in the United States today. It is a ‘silent’ disability, as a hard of hearing individual usually does not look any different or bear any outward signs of his/her hearing loss. Because of its lack of visibility, hearing loss does not garner a ...Learn more
- The 25th Annual Birch-Sturm Golf Outing
Join Wisconsin Lions Foundation (WLF) for our 25th Annual Birch-Sturm Golf Outing on Saturday, July 23, 2022. This event supports all five projects of the Wisconsin Lions Foundation: Lions Camp, Eyeglass Recycling, Hearing, Diabetes Awareness and Vision Screening. We are so excited to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of this outing and hope you will join ...Learn more
- Eyeglass Recycling Project
Eyeglass Recycling Project:
What it is and How it Works
The Wisconsin Lions Foundation’s (WLF) Eyeglass Recycling Center is located in Rosholt, Wisconsin, on the same property as the Wisconsin Lions Camp. It is one of 19 Lions International Certified Eyeglass Recycling Centers in the world. The WLF project was established in 1990 by a grant from ...Learn more
- 2022 Sponsorship Opportunities
The Wisconsin Lions Foundation supports local community services that influence and impact the wellbeing of all people. Our services include no-cost community wellness initiatives and programs for children and adults with disabilities, including no-cost camp, vision screenings, diabetes education, and other forms of community outreach. Funding all these programs can become costly, and as a ...Learn more
- Diabetes Alert Day 2022
Wisconsin Lions Foundation: Diabetes Alert Day 2022
The Wisconsin Lions Foundation is committed to fighting the diabetes epidemic by educating communities and individuals on their risk. WLF and its partners have created a comprehensive diabetes education program for Lions to use in raising awareness and educating the public, patients and families dealing with diabetes. The ...Learn more