Planning Service Activity Projects for Your Lions Club
Lions clubs make local communities better places to live. And we matter locally, because people know that they can count on us to pitch in. Lions' adopted service programs allow you to work on a diverse array of community service activity projects, whether you want to focus on improving eyesight – or providing help halfway around the world.
- Lions give everyone the opportunity to live a healthy life. Since Helen Keller challenged Lions to be “knights of the blind” in 1925, clubs like yours have worked on sight projects and provided vision resources. Your club can also perform community service projects that focus on hearing and diabetes.
- Lions give youth the chance to learn, grow and serve. Today’s children are our future. That’s why many Lions clubs choose to work on youth projects such as sponsoring a Leo club, a local Peace Poster Contest or a Youth Camp and Exchange – or providing services for children and youth in need.
- Lions give assistance to our planet and its inhabitants. Lions also work on environmental programs – and helping people in need around the world. Through our Community/Environment, International Relations and Disaster Relief programs, you can do a service activity project that improves your community – and protects our planet.
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