The Tema Supreme Leo Club
from Ghana won first prize in the Annual Leo Video contest with their video titled
“Care for the Blind.”
Service reporting helps Lions tell our story, measure our impact, and grow membership!
The power of Campaign 100 supports Lions as they transform the lives of friends, families, and community members, and then help create the change we want to see in the world.
Take a look at some of the highlights from this year's first-ever virtual Lions Clubs International Convention.
Lions and Leos join together
to virtually perform the Bill
Withers song “Lean on Me”.
Lions have accomplished so much by embracing diversity within their clubs and community. Because together, we can achieve a greater good for all.
Lions Clubs International President Dr. Jung-Yul Choi addresses the impact of COVID-19 on the way Lions serve, the cancellation of the international convention and the impact on our international leadership given our International Constitution and By-Laws.
"Like you, my family and I are practicing social distancing to stop the spread of COVID-19. But we aren't letting that stop us from spreading PEACE." Danielle Hernandez-Petry, 1996 winner of the Lions International Peace Poster Contest, participates in the Peace Poster Project. What does peace look like to you right now? Join in with the hashtag #PeacePoster!
In underserved areas of Utah, USA, eye care can be inaccessible and unaffordable. Lions, who care deeply about the welfare of their community, recognize the large number of children going without eye care and are working to provide the care they need.
Meet the 2020-21 Lions International President Dr. Jung-Yul Choi
Lions Give Supplies and Smiles to Children in Need with the Help of a District & Club Community Impact Grant (DCG) Growing up without parents is hard enough. But it’s even worse when an orphanage is not able to provide everything children need to be happy and healthy. Despite loving…
Sight for Kids, a Powerful Partnership Ben was 3 years old. He should have felt happy, inquisitive, and brave. Instead, he always seemed to have an angry expression on his face. He rarely smiled. In addition, he had delayed motor skills and difficulty walking; he would frequently run into things.…
Imagine trekking across the savannah with your child in the blistering sun to collect water for drinking, cooking, bathing, and farming. For you, the three-mile journey is grueling, but standard practice. For your 5-year-old daughter, it’s an exhausting trip that brings sweat to her tiny forehead and introduces the challenges…
It should be no surprise that COVID-19 is affecting today’s children and their education. Adjusting to online learning, adapting to a new way of life, and learning about an uncertain and seemingly ever-changing virus is giving children a level of stress they may have never known before. Though life can…