International is the world’s largest
service club organization, with a
network of over one million men and
women in more than 200 countries and
geographical locations. We serve where
we live, as well as globally, and we
have fun doing it.
services do Lions provide?
known for its successful initiatives in
vision health, Lions service is as
diverse as its members. We meet all
sorts of needs, from assisting the
elderly, to helping victims of natural
disasters, to helping youth gain
of my donation is actually used to help
give 100 percent of community donation
profits to vision and hearing, and
community causes. All club
administrative costs are borne by club
members through their dues and member
Lions making a difference?
Lions make a
difference every day everywhere. Whether
by organizing a pancake breakfast
fundraiser or building a wheelchair ramp
for someone in need, we are a hands-on
the needs of our communities and the
world, ranging from assisting the
visually impaired and working with local
youth, to medical missions and disaster
Lions relevant to today’s world?
Lions have met the needs in their
communities and continued to improve the
areas in which they live. As long as
there are needs around the world, we
will work to meet those needs.
How do I
become a Lion?
If you are
interested in becoming a Lion, contact
are the single fastest growing segment
As in other
community organizations, is the membership
of Lions declining?
membership is increasing. Programs such
as Family Clubs, Leo Clubs, Campus Lions
Clubs and New Century Lions Clubs are
helping us adapt to meet the growing
needs of the world around us.
I would like
to volunteer in my community, but why should
I do so as a Lion?
the needs of those in their own
communities as well as around the world
and we have fun doing it. Working
together locally and internationally,
the worldwide network of Lions has
vastly more resources and is able to
accomplish much more than individuals
and small groups working alone.
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