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Lions Foundation of Canada
Sandra Turney, Exec. Director -> mailto:info.obfuscated.dogguides@com
PO Box 907
Oakville, ON L6J 5E8
b: 905-842-2891
b: 800-768-3030
f: 905-842-3373

Awards and Donation Recognition
Judge Stevenson Award

Lions Quest Canada
Joanne McQuiggan, Exec. Director -> mailto:joanne.obfuscated.lionsquest@ca
427 Elgin Street North, Suite 1
Cambridge, ON, N1R 8G4
Toll Free: (800) 265-2680
Local: (519) 624-1170
Fax: (519) 624-3354

Awards and Donation Recognition
Lions Quest Fellowship

Lions Homes for Deaf People
Lion Jack Graydon, Chair ->
Lions Homes for Deaf People
75 First Street, Suite 240
Orangeville, ON L9W 5B6
b: 905-827-3664

e-District Website

Awards and Donation Recognition
Helen Keller Award

Lions Camp Dorset
Kawagama Lake Road
Dorset, ON P0A 1E0
b: 705-766-2780

Awards and Donation Recognition

Ontario Camp of the Deaf
Rosseau Road Post Office
Ontario P0C 1K0
b: 705-378-2898

Awards and Donation Recognition

CNIB Lake Joseph Centre
RR#1 Mactier, ON P1C 1H0
b: 705-375-2630
Lake Joseph Lions page

Awards and Donation Recognition
Buy a Brick
Knights of Lake Joe

Camp Huronda
1252 South Waseosa Lake Road
Huntsville, ON P1H 2N4 (Jul/Aug)
b: 705-789-7153
Camp Huronda Info

Awards and Donation Recognition
On-line donations

Lions Clubs Camp Kirk Foundation
Box 104
Omemee, Ontario K0L 2W0
E-mail LCCKF ->

Awards and Donation Recognition

Canadian Hearing Society
271 Spadina Road
Toronto, ON M5R 2V3
Voice: 416-928-2500
TTY: 416-964-0023

Request to Lions of MD"A" for financial support for Lions Quest

September 2010

To Lions Clubs in District A15

Lions have a long legacy of being committed to programs that serve our youth. One of the most successful and far-reaching programs is Lions Quest. Over the past 25 years, we have trained 45,000 teachers and touched the lives of millions of students. To continue this great work, we must have the commitment of Lions Clubs.

I'm sure you have heard the horror stories about bullying? Have you wiped away the tears from a loved one's eyes when they have been excluded or teased by their friends? Are you worried about the risks that children today face - cyber bullying, drugs, gangs & violence?

Through the Lions Quest program students learn how to make good decisions, get along with one another, resolve conflicts peacefully, build positive family & peer relationships, and set goals. For more information about introducing the program to your schools, please visit

Lions Quest is viable.
Lions Quest is needed.
Lions Quest is respected.
Lions Quest is wanted

Over the past 10 years, changed funding priorities for school boards, and significantly reduced Lions Club donations for Lions Quest has resulted in a major loss of revenue. Expenses have been cut as far as they can be. As a result we are now in serious financial difficulty even though our programs are needed and wanted.

We need your help to increase revenue immediately so as to restore the programs to the level of activity we were experiencing just a few years ago. Lions Quest urgently needs your financial help.

We, the Governors of MD'A' have investigated the situation and unanimously approved and advanced a $70,000 loan to Lions Quest Canada, to be repaid to MD'A' within two years.

The MD'A' Council of Governors are challenging every club in Multiple District A to donate a minimum of $250 to Lions Quest this fall to become Lions Quest Champions. I'm confident that we can achieve this goal in District A15, a District of 100% Lions Quest Champions. (Note: each Lions Quest Champion Club will receive and appropriate Banner patch).

The time to act is now. As Lions, we can and must make a difference. Please send your donation to Lions Quest, Box 33049, Waterloo, ON N2T 2M9.

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