Leos have been serving communities for over 60 years and gaining valuable leadership experience in the process. The Leo-Lion membership program offers Leos an opportunity to continue their service journey as Lions members.
Who can become a Leo-Lion?
Current or former Leos between the ages of legal majority through age 35, who have served as Leos for at least a year and a day, can continue serving their communities as Leo-Lion members!
Lions under age 36, who previously aged out of the Leo-Lion program may rejoin the program, by contacting their club secretaries. Those officers can update the member records in MyLCI by choosing the Leo-Lion member type on the edit member page. Discount benefits are limited to the period of their active Leo-Lion membership for the billing period starting January 2020, and are not retroactive.
Membership has its benefits
- New! LinkedIn Leo-Lion professional networking group
- Eligible to serve as a Leo-Lion board liaison
- Option to serve in a Leo-Lion Club or any other Lion club type
- Years of Leo service credited to the Lion record
- Continued connection to the Leo identity under the name “Leo-Lion”
Join or charter a Leo-Lion club
Leo-Lions have the option to serve in a variety of club types. One option is serving in a Leo-Lion club. For chartering purposes, at least 10 former Leos must be included in the required 20 charter members. Young adults under age 31 who join a Leo-Lion club receive the same Leo-Lion discount!
Learn about club, district and multiple district level awards for guiding Leos through the process of becoming Leo-Lion members and forming new Leo-Lion clubs.
Contact email@example.com for more information about the Leo-Lion program and these special awards.
Get started today!
To become a Leo-Lion, Leos should talk to their Leo club advisor about joining their sponsoring Lions club or find a club near them.
New Leo-Lion members can be added to a club via MyLCI. Choose “Leo-Lion” member type, and complete the Leo to Lion Certification Form (LL2) to receive credit for Leo years of service added to a Lion record.
Some Leos choose to become Lions while also continuing to be active members in their Leo clubs for a brief period of time. Learn more by checking out the guidelines for Dual Leo and Lion memberships.