Giving Opportunities

Our array of specially tailored recognition programs are designed to acknowledge the outstanding fundraising efforts of Lions on both an individual and club level. Review the options below and call us today for more information on how your club can help make more people unstoppable. Contact the Lions department for details at 248.659.5012.

Annual Club Contributions

A patch in the shape of a dog bone reads "Leader Dogs for the Blind, Club Contributor"

All clubs contributing $100 or more annually receive a banner patch.

Top Dog Club Award

A pink rectangular patch with a black border. In the center of the patch is a black silhouette of a dog head and the Lions International logo. The patch features embroidered text, "Leader Dogs for the Blind, Top Dog Club Award 2017-2018"

Demonstrate your club's leadership by joining this elite list. Make a total annual donation of $5,000 or more and receive a Top Dog award. Download a donation form.

Puppy Sponsorship

A white circular patch with a blue border. The patch has a blue paw print embroidered in the middle and surrounded by the words "Puppy Sponsorship" and "Leader Dogs for the Blind"

Puppy sponsorship includes photos of your chosen puppy, your puppy's profile, banner patch and certificate.

Medallion

A medallion sits in a box with a yellow and blue ribbon attached,. The medallion is inscribed with a Leader Dogs for the Blind logo and Lions Club International logo.

Honor a Lion with a medallion inscribed with the recipient's name. Download an order form.

Legacy Society

A lapel pin features a male, wearing classes face to face with a dog. The young man holds the face of the dog in his hands. The pin features the Lions International Logo and the words "Leader Dogs" and "Legacy Society"

Include Leader Dog in your financial or estate plans to be recognized with Legacy Society membership and receive a special pin. Contact the Lions team at 248.218.6421.

Founders Tribute

A plaque with a picture featuring Leader Dogs for the Blind founders and the words, "In recognition of dedication and commitment to Leader Dogs for the Blind, Leader Dogs for the Blind Founders Tribute"

Honor a club member or event sponsor. Available in three levels. Award recipient receives a custom engraved plaque, pin and patch. Download an order form.

Campus Naming

A sign posted on a wall outside a canine training village features the names of donors and Lions Clubs who made gifts in support of Leader Dog.

Continue the legacy by including your club's name on campus. Contact the Lions team at 248.218.6421.

Together We Serve Pin

Lions square pin with blue Leader Dog logo and the Lions logo underneath next to the words TOGETHER WE SERVE

Honor a club member for their consummate service, dedication and commitment to Lionism and Leader Dogs for the Blind with a Together We Serve lapel pin. Download an order form.

Tribute Bricks

A golden retriever puppy wearing a blue Future Leader Dog bandanna lies on top of a number of inscribed bricks on the ground

Commemorate your club's donation with a personalized tribute brick displayed in our outdoor plaza. Download an order form.

100% Awards

Circular pins that say Leader Dogs for the Blind around the edges and 100% District Governor or 100% Leader Dog Chairman

To salute the districts in which every club makes a donation to Leader Dog a pin and certificate are issued to the district governor and Leader Dog chair.

Your Gift Makes a Difference

Close-up photo of a woman wearing a flowery shirt next to a black lab in leather Leader Dog harness. The woman is smiling and her arm is around the dog. The dog is licking her cheek

Just graduated from the guide dog course and I loved my experience. Trainers are so supportive and resident assistants are caring. I met so many volunteers and employees from Leader Dog and the passion is evident. And not to mention I made some new friends from my class and my Leader Dog is absolutely amazing!

Juanita Lillie and Leader Dog Baylor

Photo of a man in a white button up shirt sitting in front of a gray backdrop. Next to him is a yellow lab in leather Leader Dog harness with her head tilted toward Francisco

Really cool her name is Freedom because that's what it means to have a guide dog. The cane was freedom for 30 years but the dog changes that freedom dramatically!

Francisco De Lima and Leader Dog Lady Freedom

Photo of a woman wearing a red dress smiling and facing the camera. She is sitting in front of a gray backdrop with her left arm around a yellow lab/golden retriever cross in leather Leader Dog harness

I have had a fear of stairs for as long as I've been going blind. [Leader Dog Willow] actually gave me the courage to take on a double flight of stairs after having a major panic attack trying to go down one step. So hooray for Willow and me!

Thank you LDB for everything you stand for and do.

Jackie Hollenbeck and Leader Dog Willow

Photo of a woman in a pink button up shirt sitting in front of a gray backdrop and smiling at the camera. Her arms are around the black lab seated to her left

Leader Dog is a great place! I did more of my O&M training in March 2015 and today I'm leaving with my Leader Dog Lady! The staff, instructors are all great! Thanks Leader Dog! This place is the best place to come if you are blind or visually impaired! Now that I have Lady, I can walk with confidence and independently!

Dawn Rudolph and Leader Dog Lady

Photo of a man in a purple polo shirt with the Lions Clubs logo on it. He is smiling at the camera and sitting in front of a gray backdrop with his hands on the black lab in harness seated next to him

Changed my life. To be able to reclaim independent, safe travel is great. Can't imagine my life without my new Leader Dog Shadow.

David Chase and Leader Dog Shadow