Rockford, Illinois, United States
Rockford Lions Club Inc a.k.a Rockford Noon Lions

Rockford Lions Club Inc., aka Rockford Noon Lions

Supported Community Service Organizations

Lions Club International

Lions Club International logo

LCI is our parent organization that oversees more than 1.4 million Lions in over 210 countries. It is the largest service organization in the world. 

Center for Sight & Hearing

Center for Sight and Hearing logo

Resource for those that need help with vision and hearing services for the Rockford area and beyond.

Lions of Illinois Foundation

Lions of Illinois Foundation website and logo

This foundation provides Hearing and Vision Services all over the State and it's run by the Lions.

More Service Organizations we support

Leader Dogs for the Blind

Leader Dogs for the Blind website and logo

Another Service that Rockford Noon Lions Support is Leader Dogs for the Blind. We currently have four members training leader dog puppies.

Eversight, Illinois

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Formally the Illinois Eye Bank, Eversight provides cornea transplants and financial support for eye health needs. 

Special Olympics

Special Olympics logo and site

Rockford Noon Lions Club is a proud sponsor of Special Olympics.

Our Services

Community Requests

This service provides the community with special requests centering on Vision & Hearing needs. 

Recycling & Adopt-a-Road

This program takes used eye glasses, hearing aids, old light cords, keys, etc. and takes them to the Lions of Illinois Foundation to be recycled. Come help us clean up our section of Rockford!

Veterans Drop-In Center

Rockford Noon Lions and many other clubs from our district have made it our goal as a community service project to help the Veterans Center collect clothing, furniture, everyday household items, etc for Veterans that are in need.

Fish & Fun

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This event brings individuals with special needs and Lions for a day of fishing and enjoying nature. Fun times for all involved.

Peace Poster

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This program allows schools in our district to compete at drawing a poster for Lions Clubs International based on a particular theme centered on peace. This allows children to participate in our volunteer organization.

Bell Ringing for Salvation Army

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 Before Christmas, members sign up to ring the bell at various locations. Maybe you even saw one of us and donated! 

More Service Activities

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Special Olympics 50 Anniversary Sponsors

Rockford Noon Lions sponsored the Special Olympics 50th Anniversary Celebrations. Joining us were Lions Clubs International's International President Gudrun Yngvadottir, PID Jon Bjarni Thorsteinsson, PIP Wing Kun Tam, Lion David from Special Olympics and Council Chair Pam Graney (Rockford Noon Lion)

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Northern Illinois Food Bank

Rockford Noon Lions Club collaborated with the Rockford Leo Clubs to package food for the Northern Illinois Food Bank

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District Golf Outing

Rockford Noon Lions sponsored a whole for the District Golf Outing and had many people volunteer their time to help run the golf outing. Great times for a Great cause.