Lions Club of ASPLEY

District 201Q3, Queensland, Australia.


Aspley Lions Club collects used spectacles (eyeglasses) so that they may be recycled and provided to someone in need, both locally and abroad.

If you have used prescription or non-prescription glasses or sunglasses in your drawers, desks, or closets, you can donate them now! Childrens glasses are especially needed.

Please consider asking your eyesight clinic to recycle your old glasses.

Contact Aspley Lions Club to become a drop-off location or to arrange collection of larger quantities.

Drop Off Locations: You may drop off your used eyeglasses at the following locations:

-Big W Vision, Westfield Chermside. Ph 3256 4267

-Blink Optical, Shop 15 Anzac Square Arcade, Brisbane. Ph 3220 0654

-Eye Supply, Shop 27 Centro Taigum. Ph 3865 3784

-Lens Pro, Shop 142A, Westfield Stathpine. Ph 3205 7444

-Northside Eye Specialists, 1382 Sandgate Rd, Nundah. Ph 3266 3733

-Optical Superstore, Shop 33 Westfield Strathpine. Ph 3205 5981

-Roberts Alexander, 345 Gypmie Rd, Strathpine. Ph 3205 1593

-Specsavers Optometrists, Shop 63B, Centro Toombul. Ph 3266 9655

-Specsavers Optometrists, Shop 357 Westfield Chermside. Ph 3861 4533

Aspley Lions Club thanks these optometrists for their continued support of our humanitaium projects. Please consider them when you next need glasses.

Special thanks to our following supporters:
-Brisbane City Council Lost Property Department
-Endeavour Foundation 

What will the Lions Club do with my Eyeglasses?
Lions help to conserve sight by providing usable eyeglasses to children and adults throughout the world.

The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 153 million people have uncorrected refractive errors (near-sightedness, far-sightedness and astigmatism).

Refractive errors can be easily corrected with eyeglasses, yet millions in undeveloped nations lack access to basic eye care services.

Lions have recognized the urgent need for corrective lenses and continue to fight the problem with the Lions Recycle for Sight Program.

Donated eyeglasses can help millions to experience corrected vision for the first time, enabling them to read, attend school, gain employment and take care of their families.

Lions Clubs worldwide collect and recycle more than 20 million pairs of glasses each year.

Aspley Lions Club was also instrumental in the development and implementation of the telemedicine program for Retinopathy of Prematurity Screening at the Mater Mothers Hospital.

Click here for further information about retinopathy and the Lions Recycle for Sight program from Dr Michael Forrest. MBBS, BMedSc.