District 14-C Projects

District 14-C has a number of worthy projects intended to provide support to the many in need. Each District Governor selects those projects importent to them. This year's District Projects include:

District 14-C Pre-School Vision Screening Project: Thi project is just now getting underway and is intended to provide three cameras for clubs in each of our Counties (Adams, Cumberland and York) to share in providing screening for pre-school aged children by using a special camera. The team will generate training for Lions in the use of the camera. The project now has an e-mail address kidsight14-c@comcast.net which can be accessed for information.

21-22 VISION SCREENING SCHEDULE    (As of 11-127-21) 


VSP Vision Cares Program: VSP is one of the worlds largest vision care insurance provider who operates a program to provide little to no cost eye care for those less forthunate, please see the list of local vision care providers who support and accept VSP Certificates - Adams/Cumberland/York Providers List   (As of 4-28-19)  

Pennsylvania Lions - Care - For The Kids: The Lions, Lioness, and Leos of Pennsylvania, look forward to working with the Four Diamonds to serve those children and their families in a time of great need. We plan to do this financially by raising at least $100,000 during the 2018 – 2019 Lions year, continuing the financial assistance in coming years, providing in-kind services to the families staying on the Hershey Medical Center campus as their child receives treatment and by encouraging our youth group, the LEOS to participate in “Mini THONS” throughout the Commonwealth.  Please read this NEWSLETTER and see this FLYER to learn more information, also see the rally call email for more information (As of 2-12-19).

PA Lions Beacon Lodge Camp: This facility provides camperships to youth and adults, providing support in a number of special needs such as sight limitations. see the Beacon Lodge Website 

Lions District 14-C IPDG Tom Jones (far right) & current 14-C DG Dan Brant (far left) presented a check for $7,792 on July 17th to PA Lions Beacon Lodge Camp. This donation to support the camp was from a District wide Rubber Duck Race which raised over $4,200 & IPDG Tom's DG projects fund.   (As of 8-19-21)



Beacon Lodge 500 Club: These funds provide support for Camp maintenance.

Lions Clubs International Foundation: Every day, Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) works to fulfill our mission: "To support the efforts of Lions clubs worldwide in serving their local communities and the world community as they carry out essential humanitarian service projects." - See more at: http://www.lcif.org/EN/about-lcif/mission.php#sthash.1NbONsv8.dpuf

Leader Dogs for th Blind: The title says it all. The District has a Leader Dog speaker available to your clubs. see the contact list.

PA Lions Hearing  Research Foundation: Funds assist in improving hearing possibilities.

PA Lions Sight Conservation and Eye Research Foundation:: The Foundation Mission is to raise funds for eye and diabetic research projects and equipment for clinical procedures.


Northeast PA Lions Service Foundation: The Northeast Pennsylvania Lions Service Foundation (NEPALSF), formerly known as Northeast Pennsylvania Lions Eye Bank, was created with the primary goal of eliminating corneal blindness. The Foundation has a long history of working to enact change, dating back to when the first Lions Clubs began supporting Pennsylvania communities in 1957. Our goal is to end blindness not just in the 37 counties we serve today, but also nationally and globally. It’s an ambitious goal, but with technological and scientific advancements combined with education and access, it’s an achievable one.

Diabetes Awareness: Speakers provide insite to diabetes care and prevention.

Lions International Peace Poster Contest KitsLions International Peace Poster and Essay Contest will be celebrating its 36th birthday with the 2023/2024 contest year! It was founded in 1988 to offer the opportunity to young people to think about peace, creatively express what it means to them and share their vision with the world through the creation of a poster. Each year, a new theme is assigned to the contest. This year’s theme is “Dare to Dream.” A dream is a path, a goal, an ambition. Let’s extend to the youth in our area the chance to share their dream of a peaceful world in their beautiful posters by having your club become involved with the contest and offering this amazing opportunity to our students. More than 600,000 children from 75 countries participate in the contest, annually. Lions Clubs sponsor the contest which is open to children ages 11 to 13 in local schools or organized youth groups, such as Scouts, Boys and Girls Clubs, Church Youth Groups, Homeschool Groups, etc. The contest is a wonderful opportunity for Lions to work with their community to promote peace, tolerance, and international understanding. Posters are judged on originality artistic merit and expression of the theme. Besides presenting a wonderful opportunity for our children, it opens the door to let members of our community learn about the Lions Club and the many services we provide. In addition, Lions International offers a Lions International Peace Essay Contest for visually-impaired students. Information about the Lions International Peace Poster Contest and Essay Contest are available on the LCI website at https://www.lionsclubs.org/en/start-our-approach/youth/peace-poster




Pictured L to R: Lion Patti Hullmann (District Peace Poster Chair),  Honorable Mention: Lydia Gemmill (sponsored by the Windsor Lions Club), 3rd Place: Eli Dunn (sponsored by the Arendtsville Lions Club), 2nd Place: Caelyn Tolar (sponsored by the Apple City Leo Club under the guidance of the Arendtsville Lions Club), 1st Place in the District Competition and 2nd Place in the Multiple District Competition: Autumn McCallum (sponsored by the Dallastown Lions Club).

First Place in the District Competition and 2nd Place in the Multiple District Competition achieved by Autumn McCallum sponsored by the Dallastown Lions Club. Autumn's quote about world peace was: "Anyone can achieve peace, but, they need the motivation to do it."




Used Eye Glasses: The District on average collects over 30,000 pair of glasses per vyear thatare then provided to third world countries.  District Eye Glass Collection Sites

Used Hearing Aids: These aids are prepared for reuse where possible.

Used Electronic Items (Cell Phones, etc.): Funds from these collections are then used to support various Lions projects.


Webpage Revision Date: December 11, 2021

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