The Colorado Lions Camp, a year-round facility providing programs for those with developmental and physical disabilities. Tri-Lakes Lions provide financial and volunteer assistance to the camp. Web Site:

Colorado Lions Camp | The Camp Above The Clouds

The Rocky Mountain Lions Eye Bank, fulfills the wishes of eye donors and their families to help others overcome blindness through transplantation and research with over 2500 sight-restorative transplants each year. Tri-Lakes Lions provide an annual donation to RMLEB. Web Site:

Rocky Mountain Lions Eye Bank

Tri-Lakes CARES: A community based, volunteer supported, resource center whose purpose is to improve lives through emergency, self-sufficiency, and relief programs. Tri-Lakes Lions provide financial assistance to help provide fresh fruits and vegetables for people with diabetes, and free eye exams and glasses for those in need. Web Site:

Tri-Lakes Cares | Helping The Community One Client At A Time

Lewis Palmer District 38: Lewis-Palmer School District 38 is located in El Paso County, Colorado and serves more than 6,500 students in the Palmer Lake, Monument, Woodmoor, and the northern Black Forest areas. D38 has five elementary schools, one middle school, and two high schools. All D38 schools offer a premier education that supports innovative and relevant programming for students at all grade levels. LPSD students remain among the best prepared for future global success because D38 believes in fostering local, national, and global stewardship to create strong citizens who will secure a better world.  Tri-Lakes Lions conducts KidSight Program eyesight screening and we provide scholarships for college and vocational school bound students. Web Site:


Boy and Girl Scouts of America: Scouting is adventure, family, fun, character, leadership and so much more.  In Scouting, boys and girls start with their best right now selves and grow into their very best future selves. It’s fun, hands-on learning and achievement that puts kids in the middle of the action and prepares them for today – and for life. Tri-Lakes Lions provide financial assistance for special projects in the community. Web Site:

Girl Scouts of America

Palmer Divide Soccer Club: Palmer Divide Soccer Club (PDSC) is committed to local youth soccer development in the greater Palmer Divide area, including the Tri Lakes, Larkspur, Black Forest, and Gleneagle communities as we encourage parental and local business involvement.  Players will be challenged and their skills improved with the utmost of integrity, by nurturing character, competitiveness, sportsmanship, and leadership, while keeping the fun and spirit of the game alive in each player. Tri-Lakes Lions provide financial assistance in the form of scholarships for players. Web Site:

Palmer Divide Soccer Club

Leader Dogs for the Blind: Their mission is empowering people who are blind or visually impaired with lifelong skills for safe and independent daily travel. We are 100% philanthropically funded by individual donors, Lions clubs, corporate partners and foundations. Through our full-range of services—Guide Dog Training, Accelerated Orientation & Mobility Training and Summer Experience Camp—we meet the mobility needs of our clients at every stage of their lives. Tri-Lakes Lions provide financial assistance in the form of a gift to the organization. Web Site:

Leader Dogs For The Blind

Guide Dogs of the Desert: Since 1972, Guide Dogs of the Desert has made a difference in the lives of individuals who are blind or visually impaired. More than 1,400 client/guide dog teams from around the country have graduated from Guide Dogs of the Desert – enjoying richer, fuller, and more productive lives. Attending a 28-day in-residence training on the Guide Dogs of the Desert campus, the blind individual is matched with the highest-quality guide dog that is custom trained to the individual’s personal needs and home environment—all at no cost to the client—thanks to financial supporters. Tri-Lakes Lions provide financial assistance in the form of a gift to the organization. Web Site:

Guide Dogs of the Desert

International Hearing Dog, Inc: The mission of International Hearing Dog, Inc. is to train dogs to assist persons who are deaf or hard-of-hearing, with and without multiple disabilities, at no cost to the recipient. Tri-Lakes Lions provide financial assistance in the form of a gift. Web Site:

International Hearing Dog Inc.