Free Vision Screening for day care age children ages 3-6 years old. The optimal time to catch vision problems so treatment can prevent sight disability. A critical time for vision screening. To schedule a visit send a note to Contact Us
Annually in April Topeka Lions honors two students from each of area high schools at the annual Honor Students recognition luncheon.
For those who qualify*, basic eyeglasses are provided with a current prescription.
*Financial qualifications must be met.
Service Projects for the Environment
Service to Youth
Service to the Visually Impaired
We provide personal care item bags to give to the rescue mission and the YWCA, items most needed:
trial size toothbrush and toothpaste
journal or adult coloring book
trial size shampoo and conditioner
trial size deodorant
trial size wet wipes
trial size sanitary pads
Contact us to donate
If a NOON MEETING doesn't work for you, we also have the Twilight Lions Branch Club
- See Twilight Lions Page for details and link for programs/events.
We Serve to make Topeka
a Better Community
Topeka Lions Club
c/o P.O. Box 2804
Topeka, KS 66601
Annual 5K Walk/Run and 10K Run raises money for the purchase of eyeglasses and other sight related services by the Topeka Lions Foundation, a not-for-profit organization - contributions are always welcome. Payable to the Topeka Lions Foundation. Contact us for information.
Interested in naming the Topeka Lions Foundation in your will? Contact Us.
2nd Saturdays, 7:30 am, 23rd and Burlingame Road, Topeka KS.
Plus, Downtown Topeka Festivals
Lions collect used eyeglasses to recycle in 3rd world countries. Drop-off site at area optometrists.
Click here for a list of locations.
Join us on the 2nd and 4th Monday at Noon - 1 pm
Madison Street Diner, Ramada Downtown, Topeka
Women and Men Making a Difference!
President: Spencer Smith
First VP: Stephen Page
Second VP: Pam Luthi
Secretary: Spencer Smith
Treasurer: Steve Page
Membership Director, Jeri Greeve
Director, Katie Dalton
Tail Twister, Mark Saylor
Lion Tamer, Van Chang
Past President, Irene Haws