Blog

July, 2020

Chandler Lions Club

Knows It's Fun to do Good!

The Chandler Lion's Club was founded in 1939. Over the years we have worked on a variety of projects such as building baseball fields and a park Ramada; laying the foundation of what is now Chandler Regional Medical Center, and presenting the annual (free admission) 4th of July fireworks spectacular along with the city of Chandler.

Through our projects, we strive to give sight, serve youth, and actively participate in making our community a better place.

Did you know? Each food and drink purchase you make from Chandlers Lions provides funds that go right back into the community.

Available at:

Lions concessions stands, "Snack Shack" (and cart) at Snedigar Sports Complex and Arrowhead Park.
Lions food vendor truck at special sport and community events to include the Triple Crown Sports Tournament, Chandler's Tree Lighting
and Rhythm Fest.

Kindness in Action

When caring people join together, roll up their sleeves and take action to make their community better, it’s a beautiful thing—and an incredible feeling for everyone involved. That’s Lions. Being a Lion is about leading by example, building relationships and improving the world through kindness. It’s 1.4 million caring men and women serving together so they can make a lasting impact and change more lives.

At the heart of Lions clubs there is one constant: service. Giving your time and energy to others is a fantastic way to help your community. Yet, it also provides a great feeling for you that can spread and have a positive impact in your life and how you approach the world.

A Historic Undertaking

The efforts of Lions in the field of vision are expansive and well documented. Our SightFirst program has played a key role in reducing global blindness—building comprehensive and sustainable eye care systems, including projects that deliver eye care services, build or strengthen eye care facilities, train professionals and build awareness about eye health in under served communities.

Used eye-glasses may be donated at the following donation sites:

Downtown Public Library
Hamilton High School Branch
Basha High School Branch
Sunset Public Library Branch, Meetings on the 3rd Tuesdays of each month




Regal Dane Rescue

Knows It's Fun to do Good!

Our Mission

Regal Dane Rescue is dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming of abandoned, neglected and owner-surrendered Great Danes of all ages. We also provide education to the public about the Great Dane breed and about responsible pet ownership.

"Making a Difference in the Life of a Dane"

We currently serve all of Arizona and the Albuquerque, New Mexico area

Regal Dane Rescue is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. All donations go to the care, feeding and medical needs of the Great Danes in our care.