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Lions Vision Research Foundation

The Lions Vision Research Foundation (LVRF) is a joint effort by The Johns Hopkins Wilmer Eye Institute, Lions Clubs International and Multiple District 22 Lions to provide research and treatment of Low Vision disorders.  The efforts predominately address conditions which can not be corrected by eye glasses, surgery or medication. Those conditions include macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma and similar types of vision disorders. 
Review the following LVRF links for more information: 

View the 2018 LVRF Rally Minutes and Report for information about the Foundation and funding that was provided during 2018.

To learn more about the Lions Vision Research Foundation or to get more information about making donations, please contact any of the following District 22B LVRF Trustees:

PDG Wayne Cole                      -     

Dr. Kevin Darcey                      -     

PDG Charlene Travers               -    






Lions Youth Foundation

The Kusiak Lions Youth Foundation of Multiple District 22, Inc., more commonly known as the Lions Youth Foundation or LYF, was established in 2004 to provide opportunities for youth advancement through existing and new initiatives for youth, by the Lions of Multiple District 22, in the name of International President Clement F. Kusiak. 
The goal of the Lions Youth Foundation is:
• To promote public awareness and support of the Foundation and its mission 

• To provide funding and services for results-oriented youth development initiatives 

• To recognize leadership in volunteer participation and financial support for youth development objectives, and 
• To encourage high standards in community youth services.
Refer to the following document for more detailed information about the Foundation:
To learn more about the Lions Youth Foundation or to get more information about making donations; contact any of the following Lions Youth Foundation Trustees:

CC David Studley                     -     

PDG Joe Schanno                     -     

Lion Carol Schoonover              -     


Lions Charitable Foundation 

The Lions Charitable Foundation of District 22B is a non-profit Corporation organized December 10, 2000 under the Annotated Code of the State of Maryland for educational and charitable purposes, including the making of distributions to organizations that qualify as exempt organizations under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986. More specifically, to receive and administer funds for educational and charitable purposes for the public welfare and for no other purpose. 

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To learn more about the Lions Charitable Foundation , refer to the Foundation's Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws or read the Charitable Foundation Description; or contact any of the following District 22B Lions Charitable Foundation Directors to learn how to make tax deductible donations and contributions.

Chair PDG Ben Cassell                    -    

Vice Chair IPDG Jeffrey Beever       -     

VDG Mary Alice Carroll                     -      

PDG Charlene Travers                     -     

Lion Conrad Scurto - Secretary       -     

PDG Dorothy Culver - Treasurer      -     

PCC John Lawrence                         -     

Lion Kathy Crockett                         -     

Lion Sandra Pierce                            -     


Lions Saving Kids Sight Foundation

The Lions Saving Kids Sight Foundation (LSKS) is dedicated to educating people about detecting sight abnormalities and deficiencies, and providing prevention, treatment and improvement of conditions once they are identified.

Lion Joe Irr                                   -     

Lion DG Ben Cassell                       -    



















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