Traditional Lions Club
Traditional community-based Lions clubs continue to be our largest source of new club development. This club option offers flexibility to reach new groups of people and serve a variety of communities.
So bring a community together, give them the opportunity to make a difference and enable them to see great things happen by chartering a new Lions club. There are still people to reach and new challenges to be met.
A new Lions club will:
- Offer more people the opportunity to give back to their community and help those in need
- Strengthen the health and vitality of our association
- Enhance the ability of Lions to assist people in need
- Introduce new projects to local communities
Where do you see need?
To start a new Lions club, request a New Club Extension Kit. Or, download the items below:
- Lions Club Charter Application
- Charter Application Checklist
- Charter Member Application
- Charter Member Transfer Form
- Charter Night Planning Guide
- New Club Development Guide
- Instructions for Completing Application for Lions Club Charter
- Better Communities. Changed Lives.
- Making it Happen: Guide to Club Project Development
- Report of Charter Members
New Lions Club: Additional Resources
- The Importance Of Extension PowerPoint
- The Importance of Extension Flyer
- Special Interest Lions Clubs Flyer
- New Club Development PowerPoint
- Do It Yourself: New Club Development Workshop
For more information, contact the Membership and New Club Operations Department.
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