Lions Organ and Eye Bank

loebDistrict 2-E2 is proud to support the Lions Organ and Eye Bank.

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.

 

 
 

OFFICERS 2017-18

Position Officer/Term Member Club
President Tod Weber
(2016-2019)
Prosper Lions Club
1st Vice-President Troy Dale
(2016-2019)
Denton Hi-Noon Lions Club
2nd Vice-President Stephanie Boardingham
(2017-2020)
FW Forest Hills Lions Club
Secretary Stan Hall
(2017-2020)
Colleyville Lions Club
Treasurer Suzanna Powell
(2013-2016)
Crowley Lions Club
Immediate Past President Temple Cottle
(2017-2020)
Argyle Lions Club

 

Directors – North 2017-18

Director/Term Member Club
Temple Cottle
(2017-2020)
Argyle Lions Club
Troy Dale
(2016-2019)
Denton Hi-Noon Lions Club

 

Directors – Central 2017-18

Director/Term Member Club
Bernice Sutphen
(2017-2020)
FW Forest Hills Lions Club
Open Position Lions Club

 

 Directors – South 2017-18

Director Member Club
Tod Weber
(2016-2019)
Prosper Lions Club
Suzanna Powell
(2016-2019)
Crowley Lions Club

 

Directors – At Large 2017-18

Director Member Club
Joe Crews
(2015-2018)
White Settlement Lions Club
Michelle Greco
(2016-2019)
NW Tarrant Lions Club
Cindy Ward
(2016-2019)
Mid-Cities Family Lions Club
Stephanie Boardingham
(2017-2020)
FW Forest Hills Lions Club
Stan Hall
(2017-2020)
Colleyville Lions Club

 

LOEB Diabetic Essay Contest Chairperson 2017-18

The Diabetes Awareness Essay contest draws attention to the fact that diabetes can lead to blindness. Yearly Scholarships given:
1st Place: $1500
2nd Place: $1000
3rd Place: $500
1st Place winner goes to the State Contest with a chance to win another $3000 or $1000.

Chairperson Club
Troy Dale Denton Hi-Noon Lions Club

 

HOW TO SCHEDULE VISION SCREENING WITH LOEB

We, the 2-E2, Lions Organ and Eye Bank (LOEB) Board of Directors, are encouraged by all the clubs that are participating in vision screening events throughout the district.  With all the increase in screenings we have also had an increase in demand for equipment and assistance.  We are asking everyone to meet a few conditions when asking to schedule an event.  The Board has the final approval regarding any event on the schedule.

Plan your event well in advance, otherwise we may not be able to help. Small events need to be scheduled at least 30 days in advance.  Larger events need to be scheduled at least 60 days in advance. Your club is ultimately responsible for the success of your event, so plan accordingly.

Your club will be the sponsor of the event and will need to supply the certified screeners and volunteers needed for the event. If your screeners have never done an event or they have not done one in over a year, you may request assistance from the Board.

Be specific in your request for equipment and scheduling. You will need to include date, time, place and the equipment needed.  If you are requesting the Mobile Vision Unit, specify who the optometrist(s) is that will be at your event.  You will need to have a Lion in your club designated as the “lead” for the event. Their name and contact information needs to be included in your request. 

The vision screeners are housed in the ERC in Watauga and the MVU is stored in Bartonville.  We will make every effort to make the equipment available to the clubs, but ultimately, it is the club’s responsibility to pick-up and return the equipment.

Before your event make sure that you have the proper consent forms.  These need to be Lions approved forms, other consent forms are not acceptable.  These forms are available on our website at loeb2e2.org. If screening children or anyone under 18 years old, there must be parental/guardian consent in advance, or the parent/guardian must be present at the screening

Be sure to follow-up with the parents or guardians of children who have been referred for further evaluation. Encourage them to have their children examined by an eye care professional.

After the event, report the results of your screening event to the Board.  This information needs to include the number of children or adults screened, the number that were referred for exams, the number of Lions participating in the event, and the number of Lion Service hours. These statistics are important to our District.

The Board member responsible for the scheduling 2018-2019 is Emily Rohne.  Her contact information is erohne@verizon.net or 972-317-5560.

 

Help LOEB raise money by ordering from Amazon.com

The Lions Organ and Eye Bank of District 2-E-2 is now registered with the Amazon Smile Foundation. What this means is that you can designate the Lions Organ & Eye Bank to receive a rebate from Amazon as a charitable donation for all your purchases. You, as a customer on Amazon, will not be charged. You simply designate the LOEB to receive the donation.  It’s important to designate the LOEB by using this name:                                                             

 Lions Organ and Eye Bank of District 2-E-2. 

(The hyphens between the 2-E-2 is important otherwise Amazon will not recognize our organization.)

AmazonSmile Foundation will contribute 0.5% of all of your purchases directly to the LOEB for use for  community support, vision clinics, scholarships and education. You know what we all do…..
Please pass this along to all Lions and friends to get the word out and register.
 

To Access Amazon Smiles by going to their webpage:

 
Once you are there, register to have the Lions Organ and Eye Bank of District 2-E-2 as the charity. If you have a PRIME account, it will automatically give you your PRIME benefits
 
Thanks again for helping the Organ & Eye Bank to service the needs within our community.