Volunteering: Housing Partnership of The Fox Cities
The Greenville Lions are serving our community in 2015 with The Housing Partnership of the Fox Cities. Their programs strive to break the cycle of poverty by giving families the skills and training needed to realize their potential and make a lasting contribution to society. The goal is to give families the opportunity to gain independence and self-sufficiency, build a positive rental history and transition to mainstream housing. http://www.housing-partnership.org/
Lions and Crew Installing New Siding
Volunteering: Fox Valley Warming Shelter
The Greenville Lions are serving our community in 2015 by supplying and serving meals to local residents at the Fox Valley Warming Shelter. We think we are the ones who are truly warmed by the opportunity and experience.
2013 Community Service Project
The Greenville Lions got a little wet and a little dirty helping install the new playground at Pebble Ridge Subdivision on one rainy October weekend.
Project Leader Lou Installing the bridge Even the kids helped!
2015 Greenville Lions Scholarships
Do you have a son/daughter graduating from Hortonville HS this year? Scholarships for students pursuing higher education are available from the Greenville Lion's Club to deserving students in the Greenville/Hortonville School District. The 2015 application form is due March 23, 2015.
Parade of Checks
Supporting the Greenville Lions helps support the many great community activities and organizations listed here. We have put over $2 Million back into our local communities.
|Badger State Boys (Legion Club)
Children's Hospital of Wisconsin
Community Fountain Project
Dale First Responders
Dale Volunteer Fire Department
Ellington First Responders
Ellington Volunteer Fire Department
Greenville Boy Scout Troop 77
Greenville Cub Scout Pack 3011
Greenville Cub Scout Pack 3077
Greenville First Responders
Greenville Lions Park (Project Vision)
|Greenville Volunteer Fire Dept
Greenville Youth Sports
Hortonville First Responders
Hortonville Volunteer Fire Department
Lions Leader Dog Program
Lion's Youth Exchange
Make a Wish Foundation
Mission to South America
Sturm Humanitarian Fund
Wisconsin Chapter - MS
WLF Lion's Camp
Lions Eye Bank
In 1925, Lions Clubs International featured Helen Keller as the guest speaker. Through her interpreter, Helen Keller challenged the Lions to constitute themselves Knights of the Blind in a crusade against blindness. As a result, Lions Clubs International sponsors thousands of programs for the blind and visually impaired around the world. The Lions Eye Bank of Wisconsin is an affiliated Lions organization for the Wisconsin Lions of Multiple District 27 and is governed by a Board of Directors that includes representatives from all 10 districts within Multiple District 27.
Organ, tissue and eye donation holds the promise of life for thousands of patients with life-threatening conditions and diseases. Find out what it means to give the gift of life. You can provide hope and meaning by simply stating, “Yes, I Will” be an organ, tissue and eye donor. More than half of Wisconsinites are already listed as donor. They support donation. Will you?