The Denver Lions Club has been providing community service to the citizens of Denver, Colorado for over 100 years. Some of our bigger programs include a Boys Club House in Morrison (1920); the Milk Fund (1921 to 1961) for malnourished schoolchildren; donating candy to the Denver Santa Claus Shop for underprivileged children; providing members as bell ringers for the Salvation Army’s Christmas fundraising; building the Eisenhower Chapel (1957) on the second floor of the Denver Club Building; supporting Savio House, a residential care facility for needy boys; supporting television’s Channel 9 9Health Fair since its 1980 beginning; supporting the Rocky Mountain Lions Eye Bank since 1982; building the Rude Park Day Care Center and various playgrounds; and collecting used eyeglasses to provide for those in need both locally and internationally.
 
The Denver Lions Foundation supports the service provided by the members of our club. We raise funds from our members, both directly and through bequests, and receive donations from other charitable organizations. We make a meaningful impact in the lives of over 100,000 people every year.
 
To learn more about the Denver Lions Club and Denver Lions Foundation, or to learn how you can join us and help, please contact the Foundation President, Dan Kiel, at DanJKiel@gmail.com or (720) 837-8666.