Lions Clubs

Leader Dog employees Kathleen Breen and Maureen Smith kneel on either side of Glenn, a Lions Club member, while all three smile. Kathleen and Glenn are holding the leash of a young yellow Labrador Future Leader Dog wearing its bandanna

Lions have supported Leader Dogs for the Blind, our clients and our canines from the very beginning. For 75 years Lions have contributed financially, identified people in their community who could benefit from Leader Dog’s services, assisted our clients in filling out applications and spread information about our programs throughout their hometowns and Districts.

Some Lions have stepped forward to have a larger role, acting as Leader Dog Chair in their District, becoming a puppy raiser or hosting one of our breeding stock dogs. We are constantly amazed at the breadth and depth of support we receive from Lions across America and throughout the world.

To help us maintain contact with your Lions Club so we can update you about what’s happening on our campus, we ask that you update your club's information today.

Canine Development Center

We did it... Together we reached our $14.5 million goal!

When we embarked on a campaign to fund the redesign of the kennel facility into a comprehensive Canine Development Center, we knew Lions support would be vital to its success. And Lions everywhere went "Above and Beyond"—and we couldn't be more grateful for your support.

In the Canine Development Center section of our website, you can find out more about the facility including a video and frequently asked questions.

Special thanks to Lions Clubs International Foundation and District 11-A-2 for their $100,000 Standard Grant for our Canine Development Center!