The Lions Services for Children Program was adopted in 2003, continuing Lions Clubs International's long tradition of helping the world's future generations. Lions can help to improve the lives of children and adolescents in adverse circumstances by developing projects with specific, attainable goals in the areas of health and education.
The council chairperson and district governor respectively appoints a Lion to serve as multiple district or district Lions Services for Children Chairperson to serve a term of one year. Learn more about the LSC chairperson's responsibilities. Lions clubs are encouraged to appoint a Lions Services for Children chairperson.
Lions Children First Program
Reading Action Program
Lions Services for Children Symposium Program
Global Service Action Campaigns
Lions-sponsored camps offer education and recreational opportunities for children who are blind, visually impaired, hearing impaired, who have diabetes or other disabilities. For camp information, view and download the list of Lions-sponsored special needs camps.
Hadley, one of Lions Clubs International's partners, is the largest worldwide distance educator of blind and visually impaired children (age 14+) and adults, their families and blindness service professionals.
International Headquarters provides council chairpersons and district governors with the Lions Services for Children Certificate of Achievement. On behalf of the association, the council chairperson or district governor presents the award to the Multiple District or District Lions Services for Children chairperson in recognition of outstanding leadership in the district to improve the lives of children living in adverse circumstances.