HOW WE SERVE

HOW WE SERVE


INTERNATIONAL-CENTENNIAL


1. Engaging Our Youth

Host service projects that help youth in your community, or inspire the next generation of volunteers by inviting Leos or local youth to serve on a project with you.


2. Sharing The Vision

Give the gift of sight by planning projects that help children or neighbours who are blind or living with low vision.


3. Releiving The Hunger

Build stronger families and communities by organizing a food drive or service projects to help feed the hungry.


4. Protecting Our Environment

Plan projects that protect and improve the environment to make your community a better place for everyone.


INTERNATIONAL-REGULAR


1. Lions Quest

More than 13 million youth have been taught positive life skills through Lions Quest, our most comprehensive program for youth. Lions Quest unites the home, school and community to cultivate capable and healthy young people through positive youth development programs. More than 550,000 educators have been trained to implement the programs, which supports character development, social and emotional learning, civic values, violence and substance abuse prevention and service-learning.


2. Peace Poster Contest

Each year, Lions clubs around the world proudly sponsor the Lions International Peace Poster Contest in local schools and youth groups. This art contest for kids encourages young people worldwide to express their visions of peace. For more than 25 years, millions of children from nearly 100 countries have participated in the contest.

DISTRICT PROGRAMMES


1. Empowering Women & Youth

2. District Youth Camp & Exchange

An Exchange program can be arranged in hundreds of countries and geographic locations where there are Lions clubs. Most exchanges last between four and six weeks during which the participants (ages 15-21) stay with one or more host families in another country.

Camps are one or two weeks long and bring together young people (ages 16-22) from around the world. Camps usually include a family stay that lasts between one and four weeks. More than 100 Lions camps are held each year in about 39 countries. Activities include visits to places of cultural or natural interest, sporting events and country presentations by the camp participants.

3. Public Relations & Information

4. District Special Sports & Arts for Differently Abled

5. Diabetes Awareness & Action

6. Cardiac Care

7. Asrayam(Centennial Project:Lions Home at Panaveli)

Women Empowerment Programme Constructing a permanent Centre for women empowerment for the poor and disabled women to provide vocational training and to equip them with necessary skills to have a constant livelihood.

8. Celebrations

9. Organizing Club Level Functions

10. Make up Points