World Services for the Blind
Located in Little Rock,  Arkansas, it is one of the World's largest, multi-service rehabilitation  centers for the blind and visually impaired persons.
We enroll clients from any location in the United States and other  countries. Our 50 years of  services to people who are blind have earned us a world-wide reputation for quality, comprehensive rehabilitation services and excellent job placement results.  To learn more about us click here to visit our web site.
Mid-South Lions
A federally registered 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization. Founded in 1942, Mid-South Lions provides comprehensive sight and hearing care to those in need from Arkansas, Mississippi, Missouri and Tennessee at no charge to the patient. Area medical professionals, the Methodist and Le Bonheur Children's Hospitals, the University of Tennessee and Lions Clubs from the four-state area cooperate to provide five dollars in service for each dollar spent on patient care.  Patients must be sponsored by a Lions Club and meet federal indigency guidelines to qualify.  Our goal is "a miracle a day".  To learn more about us visit our web site at http://www.midsouthlions.org
Arkansas Lions Eye Bank & Laboratory 
Chartered as a non-profit corporation on April 17, 1986, the Arkansas Eye Bank & Laboratory, Inc. (AEB&L) was formed to provide medically certified corneal tissue to Arkansans. The leadership of the board provides a unique blend of lay people who are members of Lions Clubs International, teaching physicians, and physicans in private practice. The AEB&L were granted membership in the Eye Bank Association of America, became the first and only eye bank in Arkansas to be certified to inspect corneal tissue, became the only organization of its kind to receive official endorsements of the Arkansas Medical Society, the Pulaski County Medical Society, and the Arkansas Ophthalmologic Society, and changed its name to the Arkansas LION Eye Bank & Laboratory (ALEB&L) and an official State Lions Project following approval from Lions Clubs International and the 1997 Arkansas Lions State Convention. For more information, click here
Liberty Day 
Liberty Day was adopted as an MD-7 service program to be conducted by any and all clubs wishing to improve their community by having their school children reach a better understanding of the rights and privileges, as well as the obligations and responsibilities, of citizenship of our great nation. Liberty Day is celebrated annually on March 16, the birthday of James Madison, who:
helped write the Virginia Plan, the basis of discussion for the creation of the U.S. Constitution.
kept notes on those debates in the Constitutional Convention of 1787
wrote the "Federalist Papers" in support of the new Constitution.
at the 1st Congress, introduced the Bill of Rights to the House of Representatives.
was Secretary of State (1801-1809) under President Thomas Jefferson.
was President of the United States (1809-1817).

For Information visit the national Liberty Day Website at http://www.libertyday.org

Leader Dogs for the Blind
While NOT an official STATE project, "Leader Dog" is a well recognized LIONS project. The organization was founded in 1939 by a group of Michigan Lions.  Their goal was to train dogs to lead the blind and to provide facilities and means whereby trained dogs could be matched to a blind master. The nonprofit organization is served by a national board of 30 trustees. The training school and executive offices are located in Rochester, Michigan.   Over ten thousand blind people have become self-sufficient through the use of a Leader Dog. The dormitory stands as a tribute to the many Lions Clubs who have unselfishly given their time and money to  make the Leader Dog School what it is today.  To learn more about us visit our web site at http://www.leaderdog.org
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