Lions Eye Bank

Lions Eye BankOf Wisconsin

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We invite you to another fun filled event at 

Western Lakes Golf Course, in Pewaukee!

Annual Golf Outing

Thursday, June 23, 2016

We can make a difference together!

...with your help we can do more!

Join us as we continue to provide the Gift of Sight through transplant, research and education.

Please register by June 15, 2016

Click here to download the brochure and registration form.

Volunteer Opportunities 

Please contact Cindy Sergent at (608) 233-2354 ext. 203 or if you are interested in any of the opportunities below.

  • Packet Pickup Assistance: Greet and check in registered participants; distribute bibs and timing chips and shirts. Requires standing for long periods.
  • Parking Attendant: Assist with directing participants to parking areas and to the venue. Requires standing for the length of the shift.
  • Starting Line Assistance: Greet participants as they arrive at the start line; usher participants into appropriate pace corrals. Requires standing the length of the shift.
  • Water Stations: Set-up/breakdown water station; distribute water to participants. Requires standing for long periods.
  • Course Marshal: Cheer on participants and ensure the correct course route is followed.

Click here to register to be apart of the Capital City Run Walk, to take place on Saturday, July 30th, 2016.

Annual Meeting - See information under "Events and Information"  "Golf Outing and Annual Meeting" to register

Farm Technology Days - information to come!

Giving the Gift of Sight
The Lions Eye Bank of Wisconsin, Inc., a nonprofit 501(c)3, is a team of professionals and volunteers dedicated to the mission of restoring the Gift of Sight through recovery and transplantation of corneas, research to advance the knowledge and treatment of eye diseases, and education to increase donations of human eyes after death. Serving the entire state of Wisconsin, The Lions Eye Bank of Wisconsin fulfills this mission by procuring, processing, and distributing eye tissue to corneal transplant surgeons, researchers, and teachers Equally important, is our commitment to education through our network of medical professionals, Lions and Lioness Clubs and members, and other volunteers who give generously of their time, talent, and treasures. The Lions Eye Bank of Wisconsin continues its commitment to people in the present who receive transplants and those in the future who will benefit from the research Our ultimate goal is to improve people's quality of life through the Gift of Sight.

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