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The Lions Club of Buffalo, Host Club

Celebrating 92 years
of Service to the community!

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Mailing address/phone:
Buffalo Host Lions Club
3108 Main Street
Buffalo, New York 14214
(716) 835-3967

(Facilities courtesy of Western New York Independent Living)

General Member Business Meetings:

The first Wednesday of the month at 5:30 p.m. Denny's
The third Wednesday of the month at 5:30 p.m. Denny's
No regular meetings from mid-June to early September

(Note: While the Lions are a private membership organization, individuals with an interest in joining who are invited by a current member are welcome, but weather or special circumstances could compel the cancellation of a particular meeting. Call at least one day in advance to confirm, if you wish to attend.)

Meeting Location:

First Wed.: Denny's 2215 Delaware Avenue Buffalo 5:30 P.M.
Third Wed.: Denny's 2215 Delaware Avenue Buffalo 5:30 P.M.

Programs and Services:
Services include, but are not limited to, the following:

The Lions Club of Buffalo, Host Club, offers assistance with vision needs, collects eyeglasses for the needy living in third world nations, helps people seek hearing aids, responds to acute needs in the community, and holds occasional fundraisers and special Club events, like most Lions. (Links to the Club's Sight or Hearing Assistance Request Forms can be found elsewhere on this website.)

For years we've co-sponsored the Annual Lions Dance for the Blind at the Leonard Post VFW Post, underwritten the Western New York Deaf-Blind Group's Christmas Party, supported the Baker Victory Service's Christmas Party for Special Needs Children, and sponsored a team in the Buffalo Sightless Bowlers League.

And the Club offers modest support to many other worthy, disability-related organizations as it receives the requests. While the specific recipients vary from year to year, some we have assisted in the recent past include: the Niagara Frontier Radio Reading Service; Western New York Independent Living; Friends of Night People; Excalibur Leisure Services; the Braille Group of Buffalo; Lions Camp Badger (the Empire State Speech and Hearing Clinic); the Elizabeth Pierce Olmstead MD Center for the Visually Impaired; Mid-Erie Counseling and Treatment Services of Buffalo, NY; Helen Keller International, EquiStar Therapeutic Riding Center; and the Club is a Platinum level charter sponsor of the Ira G. Ross Eye Institute.

We also support efforts on a broader scale through Lions Clubs International Foundation, such as LCIF's current principal thrust, Campaign Sight First II. We also cooperate with dozens of other Lions Clubs in District 20-N (Erie, Niagara, Cattaraugus and Chautauqua Counties) and in Multiple District 20 (New York State and Bermuda).


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