For the third year in a row, the Santa Monica Lions Club is organizing Lions Eyes Across California, a vision assistance event to help those in need to see. According to the organizers, the list of services that will be offered this year is bigger and better than ever.
“Lions Eyes Across California has become a tremendously popular Santa Monica event,” organizers said. “The Santa Monica Lions will be partnering with other area Lions Clubs and nonprofits to provide even more complimentary vision and health services than last year.”
The event will take place at a new location: The Church on Pearl, 1529 Pearl St., Santa Monica, Saturday March 18 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
On site will be the Stein Eye Institute Mobile Eye Screening Unit and Vision to Learn will again offer vision screening and free glasses for children, as needed. The Westside Family Health Center will bring their mobile health screening unit. Covered Community will be there to inform attendees about their program that assists consumers in navigating health care and social service options, and representatives from the Center for the Partially Sighted will be on hand to discuss their services as well.
All services are free and medical insurance is not required.
For more details see the Santa Monica Lions Facebook Page or email [email protected] or call 310.442.9513.