The LCI Web site offers a wealth of information for Lions club members, as well as those interested in becoming a member. Here, learn about key sections of the site and FAQs to help you easily navigate and find what you’re looking for right away:
The search bar is the most efficient way to find information on any topic on the site.
This section provides useful information for current members. When you click on the blue Member Center tab, a sub-set of blue tabs will appear. These are the different sections of the Member Center:
Managing a District – Find resources for district governors and chairpersons, as well as information on grants.
Leadership Development – Find training materials and resources, such as presentations for speaking engagements and orientation materials for club officers.
Resources – Access forms, publications, logos, insurance and more.
The yellow tabs to the left of the Member Center tab provide useful information for visitors interested in learning about Lions clubs and how to become a member. The Becoming a Lion section includes pages on how to get involved and become a member of your local Lions club.
Starting a New Club – If you can’t find a Lions club near you, then start your own!
Member Benefits – Learn about the new skills and opportunities available to Lions club members.
You can donate eyeglasses at your local eyeglass collection location. To find a location in your area, go to the Find a Club page, type in the name of your city and hit Enter. If there are eyeglass collection locations nearby, a tan box will appear before the results with the text “Eyeglass Collection Locations.” Uncheck all other boxes, and only the collection location results will display. (See image below.)
If no collection locations are listed for your city, try searching for locations in the surrounding area.
Visit the Lions Logos page to view and download logos in various formats. We also provide instructions for downloading photos and graphics.
To download and view a publication, you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader, version 7.0 or above. It is available free of charge. Visit the Instructions for Downloading a Page for more detailed information.
There are many types of links on the LCI site. Some link to other pages or PDF files within our site, and some link to other Web sites. First you need to identify what type of link is not working on your computer. If you're having trouble linking to:
There are many ways to stay connected with LCI and Lions clubs across the globe!