District 2-E2 supports a variety of charitable entities each year. Click on any of the entities below to learn more information about their work and how to be a part of these humanitarian organizations:


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The Drug Awareness Council of District 2-E2 exists to further educate youth on the pitfalls and dangers of various drugs, both illicit and legal. The Council holds regular meetings to plan events, solicit fundraising and promote programs that are consistent with its central message.
The purpose of the Lions Organ and Eye Bank of District 2-E2, Inc. is to promote the conservation, restoration, and transplantation of human organs and eyes, and the prevention, treatment, and research of blindness and diabetes.
Julien C. Hyer Lions International Youth Camp – a group of students from countries around the world participate in a six-week program to expose the students to life in Texas through stays in Dallas/Fort Worth, Lake Texoma, San Antonio and Lubbock to promote peace and understanding.
District 2-E2 Eyeglass Recycling Center is supported throughout the year by Lions, Leos and other volunteers. We collect used eyeglasses and deliver them to the 2-E2 Eyeglass Recycling Center (2-E2 ERC.) Volunteers clean, sort by prescription strength and package the glasses. Most of the recycled glasses are distributed to people in need in developing countries where they will have the greatest impact.
The primary purpose of the Texas Lions Camp is to provide, without charge, a camp for physical disabled , hearing/vision impaired, and diabetic children from the State of Texas , regardless of race, religion, or national origin. Our goal is to provide an atmosphere wherein campers will learn the “Can Do” philosophy and be allowed to achieve maximum personal growth and self-esteem
The Texas Lions Foundation is an organization committed to filling humanitarian needs throughout the world. As a public, non-profit, tax-exempt corporation, its purpose is to promote human welfare by careful application of contributed funds for Humanitarian Services and Disaster Relief
LCIF supports the compassionate humanitarian service of 1.35 million Lions in 208 countries and geographic areas by providing grant funding and developing programs that improve lives around the world. It helps to bringing hope and change to communities everyday, everywhere.
Leader Dogs for the Blind was founded by three Detroit Lions Clubs in 1939. It empowers people who are blind, visually impaired or Deaf-Blind with skills for a lifetime of independent travel, opening doors that may seem to have closed with the loss of sight.
World Services for the Blind is the most comprehensive rehabilitation center for blind or visually impaired adults in world, offering a unique combination of independent living skills and career training, and access. Their mission is to empower blind or visually impaired adults to achieve sustainable independence.
Sports Extravaganza provides opportunities for students with visual impairments to experience a variety of activities that encourage a more active lifestyle and lead to participation in life-long leisure, recreation, and competitive sports. Students with visual impairments participate in Paralympic type and national sports such as Track and Field, Goalball, and Beep Baseball. Sports Extravaganza encourages physical fitness among children with visual impairments from infants to 22 year olds.