Partnership projects for greater effect on society
Lions reach out to help anywhere across the country, even in the remotest locations. Lions projects and initiatives have impacted millions of Indians serving various humanitarian needs from economic independence and Social Integration, education, health, environment and disaster relief. India is a vast country with large humanitarian needs. Lions Clubs is committed to help to least ten million more Indians over the next three years.
Our expertise and knowledge in dealing with government and auxiliary bodies enables us to create more value for a partnership. We aim to understand what motivates the organization, its aims, objectives and culture, based on which we recommend collaborative strategies that create long term benefit for society.Our Partners
Lions Club takes forward the Jan Aushadhi Initiative
Lions Clubs International, today, has entered into an MOU with Bureau of Pharma PSUs of India (BPPI), Government of India, for establishing Jan Aushadhi Stores (JAS) throughout the country. Under this partnership, Lions Clubs International will set up Jan Aushadhi Stores in all Lions Hospitals across the country. The availability of generic medicine through Jan Aushadhi Stores will prove to be a boon to the underprivileged as well as to the society at large.
LCIFI and SBIF Collaborate at the 43rd ISAAME Forum
Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed between State Bank of India Foundation (SBIF) and Lions Clubs International Foundation India (LCIFI) for three years, starting from April 2016 to March 2019 in the 43rd ISAAME FORUM. SBIF to provide financial aid to Lions’ Hospital and all other medical organizations affiliated to Lions Clubs of India. They will provide Dialysis Machines and Ambulances among other medical equipment across the country. With both these organizations present across India, the memorandum will be highly beneficial to the public.
Relieve the Hunger Project
To break the chains of Hunger and Poverty D-Mart, Kanjurmarg area has collaborated with Lions Clubs International Foundation and signed an M.O.U to provide Mid Day Meals to 20 Balvadi and 20 MBC schools which is more than 1500 children everyday throughout the year. They have also agreed to extend support for providing Mid Day Meals to Non Aided schools recommended by our Lions District 323-A2 on a continuous basis under this project.
Dignity for Senior Citizens Project
Over unifying and strengthening the comprehensive welfare activities of senior citizens, Noble Hygiene Ltd, which manufactures Adult Diapers & Baby Diapers in India, has joined hands with Lions Clubs International Foundation. They have agreed to provide 25,000 adult diapers to the under privileged senior citizens many of whom are living in old age homes & 50,000 baby diapers annually for the next 5 years under 'Dignity for Senior Citizens Project.'
Celebrating Children’s Dignity Week project
During Children’s Dignity Week (30th August to 5thSeptember), an M.O.U was signed between Lions Clubs International Foundation and Smile Foundation represented by Regional Director Mr Narvekar. The film– ‘I AM KALAM’ based on the life of Ex-President of India, Late Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam will be showcased to 1 lakh students and more than 150 thousand underprivileged kids throughout Mumbai. This inspirational movie is for the children who want to fight against all odds and pursue their education which would take them out of poverty.
Safe drinking water project
Eureka Forbes in a pilot partnership program with Lions Clubs International (India) will provide 100 refurbished U-V water purifier units to needy schools, shelters and orphanages. In addition to the above, joint advocacy campaign will be carried out to provide awareness about clean drinking water and sanitation.
Sanitation in less privileged school
Sujana Group in alliance with Lions Clubs International Foundation started a project of constructing separate sanitation units for boys and girls. Provisions were made for providing menstrual hygiene facilities, which includes disposal for menstrual waste, an incinerator and dustbins. This is a small initiative of Lions Clubs towards the Swacch Bharat Abhiyan.
HCL Foundation partners with Southern India Lions Quest Foundation to provide education for 50,000 girl students
AHCL Foundation, the Corporate Social Responsibility Trust of HCL Technologies, one of the leading technology companies in India, partners with Southern India Lions Quest Foundation (SILQF), to fund Rs. One Crore towards the implementation of Lions Quest, by reaching 50,000 girl students over the next three years. read more...
Aruna & Abhey Oswal Trust partnership with LCIF takes off the ground
As part of the agreement to provide free, diagnostic, preventive, and treatment services to the underprivileged, the Aruna & Abhey Oswal Trust and LCIF have delivered 2 mobile medical vans for use in Chandigarh and Godhra. read more...
Bharat Electronics Ltd. (BEL)
The Companies Act 2013 mandating CSR for companies in India paves the way for collaboration between companies and social organizations like Lions Clubs. A shared vision has helped BEL, Bangalore, one of India’s leading Public Sector Companies and Lions District 317C to partner successfully and construct a much needed Burns Ward at the Udipi District Government Hospital. read more...
Jet Airways, India’s most preferred airline and Lions Clubs International in India have collaborated to support various social causes. Lions Clubs members are encouraged to fly Jet Airways during their official travel. In turn, Jet Airways donates a percentage of their earnings from revenue to Lions Clubs International Foundation for various social causes.
Vitamin Angels is a global organization working towards alleviation of micro nutrient deficiency in high risk populations, specifically pregnant women, new mothers, and children under five. It provides access to lifesaving & life changing vitamins and minerals. read more...
Johnson & Johnson Vision Care - Asia-Pacific
Johnson & Johnson Vision Care is a company committed to transforming the world's vision. The company has committed US$2 million to help fund Sight for Kids screenings for 17 million children throughout Asia since 2002. Sight for Kids involves eye health awareness, education and children's eye screening. The screenings are coordinated by local Lions, Johnson and Johnson staff and local medical personnel.
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