The mission of the Hawaii Lions Foundation is to serve as District 50 Hawaii Lions' charitable, tax-exempt body to promote programs of improving and expanding services to sight and hearing impaired persons while enhancing the image of Lionism throughout the State of Hawaii.
The purpose of the Foundation is to support the Lions Clubs of District 50 Hawaii in serving their local communities as they carry out essential sight, hearing and other humanitarian projects.
To promote eye care programs for the prevention of blindness and aid to visually impaired persons.
To promote hearing care programs for the prevention of hearing loss and aid to hearing impaired persons.
To pursue the goals of the Hawaii Lions Eye Bank and Makana Foundation, such as:
Promote programs for the recovery of eye tissue for use in cornea and sclera transplants, as well as eye research.
Promote blindness prevention and vision/eye health education.
To promote such programs as deemed necessary by District 50 and the Trustees of the Hawaii Lions Foundation to assist in furthering the goals of Lions Clubs International service to humanity.