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Establish a New Lions Eye Bank


Here are some general guidelines for forming a new Lions eye bank:

  • Determine interest and support of a new Lions eye bank from the established medical community, e.g. a hospital or university school of medicine’s department of ophthalmology
  • Determine support of your district or multiple district
  • Follow Board Policy for the Lions Clubs International Eye Bank Program
  • Determine a budget for the ongoing operation of a Lions eye bank
  • Contact the Legal Division at Lions Clubs International for authorization to use the Lions name and/or emblem
  • Elect a board of directors from among Lions in good standing
  • See the list of Lions Eye Banks to locate specific eye banks who have offered to serve as mentors.

Related Links:

International Journal of Eye Banking
Association of Eye Banks of Asia (AEBA)
Asociación Pan Americana de Banco de Ojos (APABO)
European Eye Bank Association (EEBA)
Eye Bank Association of Australia and New Zealand (EBAANZ)
Eye Bank Association of America (EBAA)
Eye Bank Association of India (EBAI)

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