Circle of Light Photo Project. Photo by cornea recipient, Jim Rook

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Have you had a cornea transplant?


If your eyesight was saved or restored with a donated cornea, consider participating in our Circle of Light photo project. Through this annual photography project, cornea recipients share their circle of light through their art.

Celebrate 40 years with the Rocky Mountain Lions Eye Bank!

Since our founding in 1982 by the Lions Clubs of Colorado and Wyoming, we have helped share the gift of sight. Not only have have we facilitated eye tissue donations and transplants, our staff has engaged in cutting edge research. Together, this ensures a brighter tomorrow for people worldwide.

You can be a part of making that bright future a reality and ensuring or organization can continue our work. Click here to contribute now.

A young white woman smiling at the camera. Stories of Hope & Healing
A text graphic including the blue and green logo for Donate Life. Cursive-like font under the logo read: Colorado and Wyoming Sign Up to Be a Donor
An image graphic where the number 40 dominates the design. The 0 in the 40 uses the eye-shape logo of the Rocky Mountain Lions Eye Bank. Text reads: 40th Anniversary. RMLEB. Rocky Mountain Lions Eye Bank. Share the circle of light. 1982-2022. Celebrating 40 Years
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