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"Self-esteem is one of the most important attributes we can possess. It's also one of the most valuable gifts a person can model for another. TLC is so much more than individual achievement - it is lending your story to help others value theirs."
- Stephen S. Mabry, President & CEO
Off of the sideline and into the game! Texas Lions Camp invites children to try things they may have thought were out of their reach - all in a safe and inviting atmosphere.
Children both need and want healthy, adult support. Since 1949, Texas Lions Camp has been inviting children to make friends, have fun and get involved in a safe and supportive environment.
Nothing builds self-esteem faster than taking a leap of faith and winning! TLC helps children succeed and learn what it means to take "healthy" risks. Join us, and we will take that leap of faith together!
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TLC Annual Board Weekend, August 1, 2020

TLC's Annual Board Meeting will proceed with important modifications and universal precautions in place for attendance. Please review the following notes:

  1. There will be no standing committee meetings at the Annual Meeting

Camps at TLC

We are not making the best of our situation at TLC...we are making history and stepping into our future early.

Makin' Tracks!

Texas Lions Camp was founded on the principle that every child is deserving of a happy childhood. By inviting children to participate in activities they may have otherwise believed out of their reach, we hope to help them improve their self-esteem and step into their life's calling.


Campers Served

Summer Staff Members

Volunteers this Year

Lions in Texas

Through a Planned Gift, your estate can help children see their story differently!

Join our community of people around the world helping kids succeed.

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Preparing the TLC Community

A Message from Stephen Mabry, President & CEO

Rest assured that the administrators of TLC are closely monitoring the emerging issues regarding the Novel Coronavirus, better identified as Covid-19. As the summer season approaches, there are habits that each of us should begin to employ in our daily lives now, to keep ourselves and others safe within the Camp environment.

Things we know to do now, are to thoroughly wash hands often, stay home when sick, cover coughs and sneezes and to disinfect contact surfaces often.

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