What We Do


  • Donate to DARE Project
  • Donate Eye Glasses to the needy
  • Donate to Lake Maxinkuckee Environmental Fund
  • Donate to Marshall County Area Council of Churches
  • Donate to Culver Food Pantry
  • Donate to Culver Baseball Youth League/Soccer Program
  • Donate to Culver Boys & Girls Club
  • Donate to Culver/Union Township Emergency Service Programs
  • Support High School Organizations: BPA, Choir, Mexico Mission Trip, etc.
  • Support many other local charities and civic organizations
  • Hold High School Seniors Awards Night
  • Hold Halloween and Christmas parties for youth
  • Support Liberty Day at the M.S. & H.S.
  • Donate dictionaries to 3rd graders
  • Celebrate Student of the Month for Culver Elementary with lunch
  • Conduct free eye and hearing screenings
  • Active Participants in Winter Fest, Boys & Girls Club Gala, Lake Fest, Gift of Warmth/Film Festival, Fall Fest

As Leaseholder of the historic Vandalia Railroad Depot the Culver Lions are the primary caretakers of the building. Historical renovation programs and on-going maintenance programs are accomplished through Building Fund fundraisers and many member volunteer hours. The Vandalia Depot is listed on the Indiana Register of Historical Buildings and the Culver Lions are currently working to secure listing on the Federal Register of Historical Buildings.


  • Donate to Eye Bank
  • Donate to Leader Dog
  • Donate to Speech & Hearing
  • Donate to Cancer Control


  • Work to eradicate blindness world wide – Sight First II


  • Spring Bake Sale and Pancake & Sausage Breakfast
  • LMAX Triathlon
  • Annual Lions Corn Roast
  • Annual Culver Lake Fest Hamburgers, Pancake & Sausage Breakfast
  • Fall Flea Market and Sausage & Biscuit Breakfast
  • Vandalia Cafe – Grab ‘n Go Breakfast during Saturday Farmer’s Market
  • White Cane Days
  • Broom Sales

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