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Grants Approved at the June/July 2014 Board of Trustees Meeting: 72 Grants Approved, Totaling US$3,132,842

Australia, District 201-N5 – A grant of US$62,037 was given to Lions in District 201-N5 to equip the Save Sight Institute at the University of Sydney. This equipment will benefit all residents in the region.

Australia, District 201-V14 – A grant of US$38,728 was given to Lions in District 201-V14 to purchase arthritis research equipment for the Victorian Lions Rheumatism & Arthritis Medical Research Foundation.

Belgium, District 112-A – A grant of US$75,000 was given to Lions in District 112-A to renovate the Vsw Havenzate Home for the Disabled. It is estimated that 25 people will benefit from this home each year.

Belgium, District 112-C – A grant of US$75,000 was given to Lions in District 112-C to expand an emergency housing program for women. Approximately 216 people will benefit from this house each year.

Brazil, District LC-3 – A grant of US$35,410 was given to Lions in District LC-3 to provide an emergency generator for the Santa Casa de Ibitinga Hospital. The hospital serves 5,000 people each year.

Brazil, District LC-6 – A grant of US$50,000 was given to Lions in District LC-6 to provide equipment for the intensive care unit at the Carlos Fernando Malzoni Hospital. This equipment will double the amount of people who can be seen in the ICU.

Brazil, District LD-1 – A grant of US$49,560 was given to Lions in District LD-1 to provide equipment for the emergency room at the Beneficente Moacir Micheletto Hospital. The hospital serves 20,000 people each year.

Brazil, District LD-3 – A grant of US$60,000 was given to Lions in District LD-3 to expand a dormitory at a home for disabled children – the Casa do Menino Jesus de Praga. Approximately 75 children will benefit from this expansion.

Burkina Faso, District 403-A1 – A grant of US$34,688 was given to Lions in District 403-A1 to expand a primary school in a remote village. Approximately 150 children will benefit from this school expansion each year.

Canada, District 19-H – A grant of US$13,118 was given to Lions in District 19-H to provide medical equipment for the Langley Hospital Maternity Ward. This equipment will benefit approximately 1,300 infants each year.

Canada, District 5M-11 – A grant of US$37,500 was given to Lions in District 5M-11 to renovate a Lions park playground to be completely handicapped accessible.

Colombia, District F-3 – A grant of US$75,000 was given to Lions in District F-3 to update equipment at the Lions Eye Clinic. This updated equipment will allow the clinic to see 17,000 patients each year.

Denmark, Multiple District 106 – A grant US$50,000 was given to Lions in Multiple District 106 to expand the Fuglsangcentret Center for the Blind. Approximately 270 families will benefit from this expansion annually.

East Africa, Undistricted – A grant of US$100,000 was given to Lions in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda to work with the Aga Khan Development Network on an East Africa joint reading initiative for literacy. More than 15,000 children would benefit from this program.

Ecuador, District G-1 – A grant of US$75,000 was given to Lions in District G-1 to provide equipment for the Quito Villa Flora Lions Medical Center. Approximately 1,000 people will benefit from this equipment each year.

England, District 105-BN – A grant of US$29,260 was given to Lions in District 105-BN to purchase a recreation vehicle for a holiday program that serves people with disabilities and terminal illnesses. Approximately 375 families will benefit from this vehicle each year.

France, District 103-IE – A grant of US$7,777 was given to Lions in District 103-IE to complete a sanitation project at a school in Niger in collaboration with the Lions Club of Niamey in Niger. Approximately 371 students will benefit from this project.

France, District 103-IW – A grant of US$75,000 was given to Lions in District 103-IW to work with the Lions Clubs of Mali (District 403-A1) to provide clean water and sanitation in a village. Approximately 2,000 people will benefit from this project.

France, District 103-NIE – A grant of US$23,318 was given to Lions in District 103-NIE to construct a primary school in Madagascar, in collaboration with the Lions Club Ambohimanga of Madagascar. The school will serve 177 children each year.

France, District 103-W – A grant of US$30,000 was given to Lions in District 103-W to establish a farming development and vocational training project in Cameroon with the Lions Club Yaoundé Emeraude of Cameroon. Nearly 60 students will benefit from this project annually.

Germany, District 111-NB – A grant of US$9,981 was given to Lions in District 111-NB to purchase a school van for children with disabilities at the Schule Meer School for the Disabled. Approximately 60 students will be served by this vehicle.

Germany, Multiple District 111 – A grant of US$100,000 was given to Lions in Multiple District 111 to expand Lions Quest in the region.

Greece, District 117-B – A grant of US$10,275 was given to Lions in District 117-B to equip a vision screening program for school children. Nearly 500 children will be screened each year.

Honduras, District D-6 – A grant of US$29,875 was given to Lions in District D-6 to construct a gymnasium for disabled children at Casa Ayuda, a nonprofit daycare center for disabled children. Approximately 120 children will benefit from this gymnasium.

Italy, District 108-IA3 – A grant of US$16,470 was given to Lions in District 108-IA3 to equip a gynecological surgery department at the Acqui Terme Hospital. It is estimated that 200 women each year will benefit from this equipment.

Italy, District 108-TA1 – A grant of US$75,000 was given to Lions in District 108-TA1 to equip a pediatric intensive care unit at the San Bartolo Hospital. Approximately 5,000 infants and children will be served by this equipment each year.

Italy, District 108-TB – A grant of US$27,800 was given to Lions in District 108-TB to establish a playground for children with disabilities in a local park. The playground will serve approximately 250 disabled children each year.

Ivory Coast, District 403-A2 – A grant of US$49,500 was given to Lions in District 403-A2 to partner with Habitat for Humanity Ivory Coast in the construction of homes for families with disabilities and individuals living with severe disabilities. Approximately 175 family members will benefit from these homes.

Japan, District 330-B – A grant of US$11,500 was given to Lions in District 330-B to purchase a transportation vehicle for people with disabilities, children and senior citizens. Approximately 200,000 people will benefit each year.

Japan, District 330-B – A grant of US$14,995 was given to Lions in District 330-B to purchase a transportation vehicle for disabled children and seniors. This vehicle will serve approximately 21,600 people each year.

Japan, District 333-E – A grant of US$13,000 was given to Lions in District 333-E to purchase medical equipment for the Mito Saiseikai Hospital. Approximately 400 patients will benefit from this equipment annually.

Japan, District 334-A – A grant of US$30,000 was given to Lions in District 334-A to expand the Atipuluan Elementary School in the Philippines. Approximately 720 students will benefit from this expansion.

Japan, District 334-E – A grant of US$10,000 was given to Lions in District 334-E to purchase a vehicle to assist the Japan Hearing Dogs for Deaf People organization. Approximately 2,500 people will be served by this vehicle each year.

Kenya, District 411-A – A grant of US$250,000 was given to Lions in Kenya to implement phase two of the Literacy at the Well program.

Madagascar, District 403-B – A grant of US$30,000 was given to Lions in District 403-B to provide equipment for the Sambava Public Hospital. Nearly 3,000 people will be served each year by this equipment.

Mauritania, District 403-A1 – A grant of US$37,000 was given to Lions in District 403-A1 to expand a school for orphans. Approximately 130 children will benefit from this expansion.

Morocco, District 416 – A grant of US$75,000 was given to Lions in District 416 to equip an eye care center in Casablanca at the Social Center of Ophthalmology in the Ben Msik Public Hospital. Approximately 2,520 people will be served by this equipment annually.

Nepal, District 325-A2 – A grant of US$50,000 was given to Lions in District 325-A2 to construct a primary school in the Dhading district. Approximately 425 students will benefit from this school annually.

New Zealand, District 202-K – A grant of US$15,000 was given to Lions in District 202-K to work with two Lions clubs in Tonga on a clean water project. The clean water will serve approximately 200 residents.

Peru, District H-1 – A grant of US$56,250 was given to Lions in District H-1 to equip the PROLAPAR Institute with cleft lip and palate surgical equipment. Approximately 400 surgeries will be performed each year.

Peru, District H-1 – A grant of US$56,276 was given to Lions in District H-1 to provide emergency equipment for the Lions Maternal Health Clinic, which serves 123,000 people annually.

Poland, District 121 – A grant of US$12,155 was given to Lions in District 121 to establish a recreation and exercise area for the elderly and people with disabilities at the University of the Third Age and People with Disabilities. Nearly 300 senior citizens and people with disabilities will benefit annually.

Poland, District 121 – A grant of US$7,643 was given to Lions in District 121 to provide low vision aids to two centers for visually impaired children. Approximately 160 children will benefit from these aids each year.

Republic of Korea, District 356-E – A grant of US$75,000 was given to Lions in District 356-E to equip a Lions Sight Center in the Kyungsan Joonang Hospital. Approximately 1,300 people will benefit from this equipment each year.

Turkey, District 118-R – A grant of US$9,214 was given to Lions in District 118-R to provide equipment to the Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus Department at Ege University Hospital. Approximately 350 children will be served each year.

Turkey, District 118-U – A grant of US$75,000 was given to Lions in District 118-U to expand the ophthalmology unit at Kozan State Hospital. This expansion will serve nearly 16,900 people each year.

Turkey, District 118-Y – A grant of US$7,500 was given to Lions in District 118-Y to provide equipment for the Lions School for the Disabled. The school serves 110 students each year.

Ukraine, Undistricted – A grant of US$23,000 was given to Lions in Ukraine to purchase low vision aids for the Lviv Orphanage. Each year, 142 children with low vision will benefit from these aids.

United States, California, District 4-A2 – A grant of US$10,100 was given to Lions in District 4-A2 to renovate the Bearskin Meadow Diabetic Camp for children and their families. Approximately 825 children and their families will benefit from this renovation.

United States, California, District 4-C6 - A grant of US$14,405 was given to Lions in District 4-C6 to purchase vision screening equipment for use in elementary schools and daycare centers. The Lions will screen more than 1,000 children during the first year.

United States, Colorado, District 6-C – A grant of US$75,000 was given to Lions in District 6-C to provide equipment for the Rocky Mountain Lions Eye Institute.

United States, Colorado, District 6-NE – A grant of US$75,000 was given to Lions in District 6-NE to provide equipment for the Rocky Mountain Lions Eye Institute.

United States, Colorado, District 6-SE – A grant of US$75,000 was given to Lions in District 6-SE to provide equipment for the Rocky Mountain Lions Eye Institute.

United States, Illinois, District 1-B – A grant of US$30,000 was given to Lions in District 1-B to build a sensory garden in the Lions Park of Crete. This sensory garden will be open to the public for use by more than 8,000 individuals with special needs in the surrounding areas.

United States, Indiana, District 25-F – A grant of US$15,524 was given to Lions in District 25-F to purchase an eyeglass recycling van for collecting eyeglasses around the state.

United States, Maryland, District 22-A – A grant of US$30,000 was given to Lions in District 22-A to construct an outdoor pavilion at the Maryland School for the Blind. The 1,300 students served by the school will benefit from the pavilion each year.

United States, Massachusetts, District 33-N – A grant of US$25,000 was given to Lions in District 33-N to partner with the Habitat for Humanity of Greater Lowell to construct a new home for a family with two disabled children.

United States, Massachusetts, District 33-S – A grant of US$20,000 was given to Lions in District 33-S to establish a vision care unit within the Outer Cape Health Services Provincetown Health Center. Approximately 750 people will be treated in the first year of service.

United States, Massachusetts, Multiple District 33 – A grant of US$50,000 was given to Lions in Multiple District 33 to purchase ophthalmologic equipment for the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary.

United States, Michigan, District 11-B1 – A grant of US$7,500 was given to Lions in District 11-B1 to provide equipment for the Michigan Eye Bank. Approximately 2,000 patients will be served annually.

United States, Minnesota, District 5M-10 – A grant of US$25,324 was given to Lions in District 5M-10 to provide medical equipment to the Cook Hospital of Minnesota.

United States, Minnesota, District A-15 – A grant of US$25,000 was given to Lions in District A-15 to provide equipment and construction for the Rocori Food Pantry. This facility serves approximately 830 people each year.

United States, New Hampshire, Multiple District 44 – A grant of US$53,393 was given to Lions in Multiple District 44 to purchase vision screening devices. Approximately 198,421 school children will benefit from vision screenings with these devices.

United States, North Carolina, District 31-B – A grant of US$12,500 was given to Lions in District 31-B to partner with Alexander County Habitat for Humanity in the construction of a home for a blind resident.

United States, North Dakota, District 5-NE – A grant of US$55,000 was given to Lions in District 5-NE to purchase vision screening equipment for use in elementary schools and daycare centers. Approximately 5,000 children will be screened in the first year.

United States, Oklahoma, Multiple District 3 – A grant of US$75,000 was given to Lions in Multiple District 3 to construct residential homes for foster care at the Oklahoma Lions Boys Ranch.

United States, Puerto Rico, Multiple District 51 – A grant of US$42,114 was given to Lions in MD 51 to provide equipment for the Lions Eye Bank of Puerto Rico. Approximately 300 people will be served by this equipment each year.

United States, South Carolina, Multiple District 32 – A grant of US$34,200 was given to Lions in Multiple District 32 to purchase vision screening equipment. Approximately 191,350 school children will benefit from this equipment.

United States, Texas, District 2-X3 – A grant of US$75,000 was given to Lions in District 2-X3 to construct a handicapped-accessible playground. More than 10,000 children in the local school district can enjoy the playground.

United States, Utah, Multiple District 28 – A grant of US$17,750 was given to Lions in Multiple District 28 to purchase vision screening equipment for use in partnership with the state of Utah. Approximately 300,000 school children could benefit from these screening efforts.

United States, Virginia, District 24-E – A grant of US$16,203 was given to Lions in District 24-E to partner with Habitat for Humanity Roanoke Valley to provide a major renovation of a home for a disabled homeowner.

United States, West Virginia, Multiple District 29 – A grant of US$100,000 was given to Lions in Multiple District 29 to expand Lions Quest in the region.

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