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Campus Lions Clubs

Campus Lions Clubs. CREATE REAL CHANGE. About Lions. Lions are groups of community minded men and women who improve communities around the world. More than 1.3 million men and women in approximately 45,000 clubs and 205 countries and geographic areas are involved in Lions clubs.

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Campus Lions Clubs

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  1. Campus Lions Clubs CREATE REAL CHANGE

  2. About Lions • Lions are groups of community minded men and women who improve communities around the world. • More than 1.3 million men and women in approximately 45,000 clubs and 205 countries and geographic areas are involved in Lions clubs. • Lions conduct eye screenings and offer disaster relief. They bring water to remote villages and sponsor drug awareness programs. • Lions build, share, repair and have fun!

  3. About Campus Lions Clubs • More than 5,500 students, faculty, staff and community members in over 300 clubs in 27 countries are involved in Campus Lions clubs. • Campus Lions clubs are service-learning clubs that develop projects and activities to meet the unique needs of their campus, local and world communities. • Campus club members choose their own activities, projects and fundraisers.

  4. Why Form a Campus Club? • Opportunity to volunteer in campus, local and world communities • Membership in the world’s largest service club organization • Leadership training • Strengthen business and management skills • Networking • Resume building • Transferability of membership

  5. College/University Benefits: • Pro leadership opportunities for students • Offers membership in a well-recognized service club • Increases humanitarian service for the campus community • Builds positive community relations • Supported by Lions Clubs International and an extensive volunteer network

  6. What do Campus Lions Clubs do? • Campus Lions Clubs: • Organize fundraisers for charity organizations and Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) • Facilitate campus and community service projects • Sponsor drug awareness programs • Coordinate events on campus • Mentor elementary and adolescent students • Develop environmental projects locally/internationally

  7. Who can Join? • Students • Faculty & Staff • Community Members Member Criteria Any person of legal majority and good moral character with a good reputation in his/her community may be granted membership in any duly authorized Lions club.

  8. Lions of District 105w • Would like you, to consider starting a Campus Club here on this Campus • You need 20 people wanting to help the community locally, nationally and internationally.

  9. People who like the idea of • Established LCI Programs: • Vision Programs • Eyeglass Recycling • Sight Partnerships • SightFirst Grants • Diabetes awareness • River blindness cures • Water Aid • Medic Alert

  10. Those who like • Community Programs • Lions ALERT • Lions Crew at Work • Lions Green Team • Culture and Performance Festivals • Recycling • Helping Local Hospices, etc.

  11. Working with vulnerable persons • Youth Programs • Peace Poster Contest • Youth Camps and Exchange • Services for Children • International Relations • Other Aid Programs • Disability Games • Tacade

  12. Campus Club Ideas for finding funds • Through Bucket Collections, • Musical evenings • Classical, Popular, Modern, you name it. • Sponsored Walks, Runs, Swims, • or Baked Bean eating. • Art Sales, etc. • The list is as long • as you need it to be.

  13. Campus Club Support • From a Local Club:offers support and helps develop membership retention and growth plans. • Guiding Lion:assists and advises the club during its first two years • Faculty Advisor(if necessary): monitors club activities.

  14. Situations vacant at start of a Campus Club President Treasurer Directors Secretary Events Planner Welfare / Social organiser

  15. It will cost you! • Time Spare time to respond to society needs • Money £10 -£50 approx p.a. depending on circumstances • Effort As much as possible to make change happen

  16. Campus Club for you Create Real Change in a Real World through Lions Campus Clubs Want to know more ? Go to www.lions105w.org.uk

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