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Help people with failing vision maintain their independence

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You can help give the gift of independence. Lend a hand at the Lions Low Vision Resource Center on Martin Way in Olympia. Volunteer once a month for a four hour shift on a Wednesday or Saturday - or more often if you choose. Training is provided. Choose what you like to do - we need help with these tasks.

  • sort and record items into inventory.
  • help repair equipment, check for batteries, team with correct power cords, etc
  • do computer research to locate resources.
  • update data bases on computer.
  • learn how to use specific phone apps or devices to show clients.
  • make phone calls to clients to see how they are doing with our equipment.
  • just be second person at the Center so we never have one person there alone. Answer door if manager is in back or with client; answer phone if it happens to ring
  • clean up - straighten brochures, tidy up shelves, clean coffee pot, vacuum, dust equipment.
  • train to be a Site Manager so that I can oversee the operation of the center during one or more shifts each month.

The Lions Low Vision Resource Center loans out magnifying equipment and other aids to individuals who are losing their sight. The Center is staffed entirely by volunteers and all services are free. Learn more at olympiahostlions.org .

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PO Box 416, OLYMPIA, WA 98507, US

Mission Statement

Making the world a kinder place for all.


Olympia Host Lions are part of Lions International - volunteers working together to help our neighbors in the areas of vision, diabetes, hunger, the environment and more. We have been serving greater Olympia since 1935. Volunteer with us at our Low Vision Resource Center where we loan out equipment for folks with failing vision. Collect and sort plastic film to help keep it out of Puget Sound! Get your hands dirty at our Sensory Garden at the Port of Oympia. Flip a burger during Lakefair. Hand out water to marathon runners, give dictionaries to 3rd graders, screen the vision of school children, pre-schoolers or seniors, lend a hand at a food drive or to make sandwiches for hungry neighbors. Help us spread a little kindness - call today to learn more.


Health & Medicine
People with Disabilities
Health & Medicine, People with Disabilities, Seniors


We'll work with your schedule.


2600 Martin Way EastOlympia, WA 98506



  • Office Reception
  • Data Entry
  • Basic Computer Skills


  • People 55+


  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 4 hours per month
  • this is a storefront "business" - open to the public. Friendly personality and interest in helping others a plus. We welcome skills in data entry, social media, online research, working with seniors. Membership in Lions Club not required.

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