Prescott Noon Lions Club members serve people in our local community and have for 70 plus years. We are a large, active service club conducting service and fundraising projects, while having fun together. Prescott Noon Lions Club projects help kids, vets, sight and hearing impaired, food insecure and the entire community. "We Serve With Pride".
Many people know of Prescott Noon Lions through our paper recycling program, Brats On A Bun food booth during Frontier Days and the annual Lions Pancake Breakfast. But, our important but less visible service projects, include: Lions of Yavapai Mobile Eye Care Van program, Christmas Toy Drive, Coats for Kids, Badges and Bobbers Fishing Tournament, Hoodies for Local Veterans, assisting the residents of Yarnell after the Yarnell fire there, and leading a county-wide Vision Screening Program for school students.
The Noon Lions also support local nonprofit organizations by providing grants to help support their community service. All these services are supported by the proceeds of our fundraising projects. Additional funds to support these services come from individuals in Prescott who have the heart to help their neighbors by contributing to the Prescott Noon Lions. All of the funds raised are used for charitable service.
You could help persons in need by placing waste paper in our collection trailers around town or by making a donation to the Prescott Noon Lions Club Foundation. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and a Qualified Charitable Organization for Arizona Tax Credit.
Please consider joining our club or donating.
Details are on our website, PrescottNoonLions.org or see us on Facebook.