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Lions Clubs International President Dr. Jung-Yul Choi addresses the impact of COVID-19 on the way Lions serve, the cancellation of the international convention and the impact on our international leadership given our International Constitution and By-Laws.
"Like you, my family and I are practicing social distancing to stop the spread of COVID-19. But we aren't letting that stop us from spreading PEACE." Danielle Hernandez-Petry, 1996 winner of the Lions International Peace Poster Contest, participates in the Peace Poster Project. What does peace look like to you right now? Join in with the hashtag #PeacePoster!
In underserved areas of Utah, USA, eye care can be inaccessible and unaffordable. Lions, who care deeply about the welfare of their community, recognize the large number of children going without eye care and are working to provide the care they need.
Meet the 2020-21 Lions International President Dr. Jung-Yul Choi
An Empty Space Next door to the Albany Victory Gardens in Albany, New York, were unsightly, deserted lots. There were homes on the land that were previously declared uninhabitable, so they sat empty, dangerous, and unbeneficial to the environment. Lion Gregory Sheldon envisioned a better use for this land. He…
The LCIF Annual Report 2018 - 2019 Since 1968, LCIF has dedicated our energies to increasing the ability of Lions everywhere, helping them empower the communities they serve. With every grant we give, our history grows, along with the impact of Lions. Today, we could not be more proud of…
Communities around the world are in great need, facing challenges that seem to grow and multiply. Nevertheless, Lions work tirelessly – whether it is reaching out to neighbors across town or across borders – to create lasting positive change. Thanks to grants from LCIF, Lions receive the support they need…
Imagine trekking across the savannah with your child in the blistering sun to collect water for drinking, cooking, bathing, and farming. For you, the three-mile journey is grueling, but standard practice. For your 5-year-old daughter, it’s an exhausting trip that brings sweat to her tiny forehead and introduces the challenges…