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The Lexington Lions Club supports many community organizations. Current ones supported with annual donation are; Glean Kentucky, Unshackled By Love, Mission Health Lexington, Step by Step, and the Fayette County 4-H Council. Other support is given to Adopt a Highway and the Salvation Army.

If you are interested in promoting and supporting the Lions Club work in these areas, click on the donation button.

Supporting The Community: About

Glean Kentucky

Glean KY is a vital link between programs working with food-insecure populations band sources of excess fresh fruits and vegetables. By gleaning Kentucky, we help to bring food security to those without it!

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Supporting The Community: About

Unshackled By Love

The mission of Unshackled By Love is to LOVE back to life, set-free, restore, and equip women in the sex industry, victims of sex trafficking, depression and chemical addictions, to live healthy, hopeful, and Christ centered lives.


Unshackled By Love mission statement


Women benefited by Unshackled By Love

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Supporting The Community: Services

Mission Lexington

Mission Health Lexington provides health and healing to our neighbors in need through comprehensive medical, dental, pharmacy, and vision services.

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Checking an elderly patient for fever in the medical clinic

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Helping with dental problems

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Supporting The Community: Services

Step by Step

Founded in 1995, they are a holistic program working to empower young single moms ages 12 to 24. Our moms come from every walk of life and they all want the same thing: for themselves and their children to be safe, to be heard, seen, valued, and to be great moms.

They offer support, mentoring, goal-setting, crisis intervention, and walk alongside young single moms and their kids as they succeed.

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Young mothers and their children attending a Step by Step event

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Supporting The Community: Services

Salvation Army

Every Christmas the Lexington Lions Club supports the Salvation Army's efforts to provide a happy Christmas to families in need.

Supporting The Community: Opening Hours

A Caring Place

Our non-profit, A Caring Place, is extending the hand of friendship to referred participants through phone calls, home visits, and group socialization.

Loneliness is a quiet health epidemic, impacting your heart, brain, soul and very life; 40% of the Lexington community have experienced persistent loneliness suggest organizations devoted to the elderly (i.e. AARP) Similar to pain, it is a subjective symptom, not an observable sign. However, we can identify groups who are at risk for loneliness: the recently bereaved, the socially isolated, the severely disabled, and the elderly who have suffered multiple losses.

There is no magic cure, or pill, although many who experience loneliness wish so. The only intervention known to help is having a quality relationship with at least one other person.

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Supporting The Community: About
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Bluegrass Care Navigators

Providing patient-centered care to the seriously ill and their families with excellence and compassion; engaging in community partnerships, education and counseling; offering opportunities to staff, volunteers and donors to enrich lives through their gifts.

Their Vision

Be the leader in delivering comforting care at the right time to the seriously ill.

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Supporting The Community: About
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