As the world rises to new developments and advancements, there are a few who cannot benefit from these positive changes due to numerous causes such as poor quality of life, scarcity of water, and unavailability of medical supplies amongst others.
5th July, 2016 will go down in the history of Lionism in India, as the day the Lions community lost its founding member and the First International Director, Lion Noshir Pundole.
"Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country."
These words from John F. Kennedy’s speech penned by Robert Frost inspire countrymen to work towards a better community and in the process build a great nation.
Loss of Sight due to Glaucoma and Retinal diseases is a problem that needs to be addressed with greater efforts. Greater Lions Seva Nidhi, a Lions Charitable trust, aims to solve this very problem with help from The Grant Assistance for Grassroots Project (GGP)....
It’s rightly said- "From small beginnings come great things". Lions of India are immensely proud for not only completing 60 years, but also for offering services to the community. Lionism in India is known for its enthusiastic participation and diligent services...
Lions Club International Foundation has earned its fourth 4-star rating from Charity Navigator for effective fiscal management and responsibility towards good governance and transparency.
Dr. Jitsuhiro Yamada, of Minokamo, Gifu, Japan, was elected to serve as president of Lions Clubs International at the association's 98th International Convention held in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, June 26 through 30, 2015.
The inheritance of Pride, is the perseverance of a heritage. Lion Naresh Aggarwal was elected to be the Second International Vice President of Lion Clubs International during the 98th International Convention that was recently held in Hawaii, Honolulu, USA from June 26th-30th,2015.
Joseph "Joe" Preston, of Dewey, Arizona, USA is the Chairperson of Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) and Immediate President of Lions Clubs International, 2014.
Much has happened since the first earthquake in Nepal on was felt on Saturday, 25th April, 2015. As ourunderstanding of the scale of this disaster continues to grow,Lions are anxious to respond effectively.
Lions Clubs International Foundation has sanctioned a Major Catastrophe Grant of US$ 100,000, as aid for immediate relief and rehabilitation activity of victims of the earthquake in Biratnaga (Lions Clubs, MD 325A1), Janakpurdham (Lions Clubs, MD 325A2), Katmandu (Lions Clubs, MD 325B1) and Birgunj (Lions Clubs, MD 325B2).
How did the team come together?
An organization called Climber’s club led by Da Gombu Sherpa and Pemba Dorje Sherpa were planning for a Nepali women’s Everest expedition in order to encourage more Nepali women into mountaineering.
Lions Club, Tallarevu embark on mega medicals camps worth Rs. 4.5 lakhs during Worldwide Service Week, from 11th to 16th January, 2015. Ten doctors from Trust hospital, Kakinada rendered their services to over 450 patients, with the help of eager to help Lion Club members.
In keeping with the Centennial Service Challenge, Lions Club of Hyderabad organized, Hunger Relief Programme, by serving lunch to the Students of Sri Satya Sai Vidya Mandir, H.P. Road, Near Ashwini Hair Oil Company, Moosapet, on Thursday 8th January, 2015
Ebola has become one of the deadliest epidemics to threaten the lives of millions around the world. While the virus has affected several people, children of victims are most vulnerable of all. In view of this grim situation, Lions Clubs International and LCIF pledge their support to orphan children of Ebola victims.
Lions Clubs Dist. 323 A-1 organized Special Olympics – Mega Sports Events at Priyadarshini Park, Nepean Sea Road, Mumbai, on 17th December, 2014. The event witnessed participation of over 700 Differently Abled Children, from 30 schools across Mumbai in various events
The Lions Clubs Foundation (LCIF) has sanctioned a Major Catastrophe Grant of US$ 100,000 to MD 316 (316 A) in Hyderabad as aid, for relief operations and rehabilitation activity of the Lions Clubs in the district.
Sets up special cell to identify and execute government and corporate partnership projects.
Mumbai, 17th September, 2014: Lions Clubs International, the world’s largest service club organization, today announced its plans to increase its impact in India over the next three years. The plan was shared by Mr. Joe Preston, International President, Lions Clubs International, and Mr. Neville Mehta...
The stage is being set and the plans are being finalized for the Lions of the World to come to Chicago for the Centennial Convention in 2017. The Host Committee along with Lions Clubs International are preparing to welcome you in June, 2017 for the 100th Lions Clubs International Convention.
This January, join Lions around the world for a special Worldwide Week of Service from January 9-15, dedicated to eliminating hunger in your community. This international event is a great opportunity to serve your community during the Centennial Service Challenge, which has already impacted the lives of more than 100 million people.
Attend Lions Day with the United Nations (LDUN) on Saturday, March 4, 2017 at the United Nations headquarters in New York City. Join fellow Lions, Leos, UN diplomats and other key representatives in New York City at the world-renowned UN Headquarters, as we focus on health and service around the world.
The Faculty Development Institute program is dedicated to the development and expansion of Lions faculty. The curriculum focuses on techniques and concepts that will enhance the quality of training and overall effectiveness of Lions leadership development programs.
Advanced Lions Leadership Institute focuses on building the skills of Lion Leaders to prepare them for leadership responsibilities at zone, region and district levels.