Lions Clubs International has developed a wide array of club and community resources for Lions who want to get involved with diabetes projects. All diabetes publications can be downloaded from the website or ordered from Health and Children’s Services Department for a nominal cost. See the diabetes materials order form for details.
The Diabetes Awareness and Action program brochure is an informational handout for Lions that encourages them to join the fight against diabetes. It provides a brief overview of diabetes and various ways Lions can help make a difference in their communities. It is an ideal handout at club or district meetings and Lions conventions.
25 Project ideas for Diabetes Awareness and Action
This popular two-sided handout can be distributed at Lions meetings and conventions and contains ideas for projects that serve both children and adults.
Numerous materials and resources are available to Lions for community distribution. All can be downloaded and locally printed or ordered for a nominal cost:
- Two attractive, colorful bookmarks:
Diabetes Bookmark – Information theme
Diabetes Bookmark – “Help Someone” theme
- Publications: co-branded with the LCI partners (USA)
It’s Not Too Late to Prevent Diabetes (IAD 312)
Tips to Help You Stay Healthy (IAD 311)
Tip Sheet: Be Sweet to Your Feet (IAD 321)
Tips for Teens: Be Active (IAD 309)
Tips for Teens: What is Diabetes (IAD 313)
Tips for Teens: Stay at a Healthy Weight (IAD 310)
Tips for Teens: Dealing With the Ups & Downs of Diabetes (IAD 308)
Healthy Vision Starts with a Dilated Eye Exam (IAD 448)
- DVDs co-branded with professional diabetes organizations. See suggested tips for hosting a presentation in your community. Use the Diabetes Materials Order Form to order these and other resources.
Diabetic Retinopathy, English (IAD 521)
Type 1 Diabetes: Caring with Confidence, English (IAD 520)
This DVD contains two bonus videos, English and Spanish:
Protect Your Vision: The Dilated Eye Exam
The Links to Chronic Kidney Disease: Diabetes, High Blood Pressure and Family History.]
More Information and Resources
The IDF Country Diabetes Association Links (IAD 487) provides information about locating the diabetes association in your country. Additional materials and resources are available from LCI diabetes partners. Or, contact the Health and Children’s Services Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lions Clubs International
300 W. 22nd Street, Oak Brook, IL 60523-8842