Examples of Successful Grant Programs

 

District 20-S Central Islip School Book Donations

 

District 20K2 Floral Park Lions Club installs a new Lions Water Fountain in their local park

PDG Anthony Paridisio watches on as the youth in Floral Park enjoy their new Lions Water Fountain!

 

District 20Y1 Zone Project to purchase a Spot Camera

Zone Chair Jason Tabor from Cooperstown (right) receives his grant check from Foundation District Coordinator Joe Defina of Rome. The grant has been matched with contributions from each Lions Club in the zone, as well as some local donations to purchase a new camera for the zone to perform vision screenings.

 

 

 

Camp Abilities, partnership with the Saratoga Lions Club

 

 

The Valley Stream Lions Center of Outdoor Learning at the Wheeler Ave. School

A garden that keeps growing! This project is a great example of how public and private parternships can work to foster education in the natural sciences. This project will help children better understand the importance of our environment and how to be a part of the solution where problems exist. Pictured below is PDG Norm Alpern presenting a $2500 check to the Valley Stream Lions Club to match their contribution to the project.

 

 

The Grand Island Lions "Special Kids Picnic" and Youth Baseball Field

   On July 20th 2016 the Grand Island Lions Club held their 58th annual "Special Kids Picnic" on the grounds of the Buffalo Launch Club. More than one thousand children with special needs and their caregivers were treated to a day of fun that included pony rides, boat rides, Shriner Mini Kar rides, face painting and entertainment by Step in Time Baton Dancers. The Grand Island Fire Company had two vehicles on display. Sabretooth from the Buffalo Sabres, the Grand Island Lions Mascot, magicians and Pringles the Clown, milled through the crowd and engaged the children. Lunch included hot dogs, hamburgers, soda and popcorn.

   In a separate Grant proposal, the Grand Island Lions were able to build a baseball field in their local park.

 

The Cooperstown Lions Club "Kids Garden"

   Recognizing the need to provide fresh produce for their local food pantry, the Cooperstown Lions Club recieved a BMYF grant to expand an existing garden behind the elementary school. By providing additional raised beds and building a gazebo the Lions have partnered with the local community and enlisted the help of young people as they strive to serve the less fortunate.

 

   

District 20-O Local Park Improvement

   The Lions of District 20-O helped their community by providing a beautiful "Lion Water Fountain" in the local Town of Dover park.

 

The Brandel - Murphy Lions Youth Foundation, Inc
P.O. Box 913
Rockville Centre, NY 11571