Specialty Clubs Program
Answering a Special Call to Serve
Launched in August 2017, the Specialty Club program was designed to create clubs in which members share a common interest or passion, allowing them to connect with one another on a deeper level. For example, they may share a hobby, profession, culture, common cause or life experience.
Forming specialty clubs allows groups of people around the world to turn their passions into rewarding service projects that directly benefit their communities.
Joining a specialty Lions club is a great way to meet people who share common interests and build leadership skills while serving your community.
Explore how Lions can apply and serve as a Specialty Clubs Program Coordinator to help support their district’s new club development goals.
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The Specialty Clubs Program web series provides information on chartering specialty clubs, and the benefits of choosing a specialty category:
- Episode 1 – What’s so special about Specialty Clubs?
- Episode 2 – Is this program really NEW?
- Episode 3 – How do I charter a new specialty club?
- Episode 4 – Campus Clubs: Becoming Lion for Life!
- Episode 5 – Specialty, virtual, cyber... please explain!
- Review the Specialty Club Program Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).
- Request a copy of the Specialty Clubs Program 3-part presentation, which can be used to promote Specialty Clubs at upcoming meetings and events.
- Review the criteria to become a Specialty Clubs Program Coordinator.
- Email questions and requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.