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- Lions Clubs International is the world’s largest service
club organization, with a network of over one million men and
women in more than 200 countries and geographical locations. We
serve where we live, as well as globally, and we have fun doing
What services do Lions provide?
- Though well known for its successful initiatives in vision
health, Lions service is as diverse as its members. We meet all
sorts of needs, from assisting the elderly, to helping victims
of natural disasters, to helping youth gain leadership skills.
What percent of my donation is actually used to help people?
- Lions give 100 percent of community donation profits to
vision and hearing, and community causes. All club
administrative costs are borne by club members through their
dues and member donations.
How are Lions making a difference?
- Lions make a difference every day everywhere. Whether by
organizing a pancake breakfast fundraiser or building a
wheelchair ramp for someone in need, we are a hands-on
What do Lions do?
- Lions meet the needs of our communities and the world,
ranging from assisting the visually impaired and working with
local youth, to medical missions and disaster relief.
How are Lions relevant to today’s world?
- Since 1917, Lions have met the needs in their communities
and continued to improve the areas in which they live. As long
as there are needs around the world, we will work to meet those
How do I become a Lion?
- If you are interested in becoming a Lion, contact us.
Are there women Lions?
- Yes. Women are the single fastest growing segment of Lions.
As in other community organizations, is the membership of Lions
- No. Lions membership is increasing. Programs such as Family
Clubs, Leo Clubs, Campus Lions Clubs and New Century Lions Clubs
are helping us adapt to meet the growing needs of the world
I would like to volunteer in my community, but why should I do
so as a Lion?
- Lions meet the needs of those in their own communities as
well as around the world and we have fun doing it. Working
together locally and internationally, the worldwide network of
Lions has vastly more resources and is able to accomplish much
more than individuals and small groups working alone.
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Since 1917, Lions have served the
world's population through hard work and commitment to make a difference in the
lives of people everywhere. With 1.3 million members serving in more than 45,000
clubs in 205 countries and geographical areas, Lions Clubs International is the
world's largest service club organization. Lions are recognized worldwide for
their service to the blind and visually impaired.