Youth Exchange and Youth Camp

Young people benefit from this unique cultural learning experience The Lions International Youth Exchange and Youth Camp are life changing experiences.  Young People between the ages of 16-21 are encouraged to use this travel opportunity to represent their home countries and share their own culture whilst travelling to another, living with a host family and … Read moreYouth Exchange and Youth Camp

Brain tumour research

    Ground-breaking partnership Brain Tumour Research is dedicated to raising funds for continuous and sustainable scientific research into brain tumours. Lions Clubs International – British Isles is working in partnership with Brain Tumour Research to raise £1 million over four years to help fund game-changing research and raise awareness of the impact of brain … Read moreBrain tumour research

Environmental Photograph Competition

The Lions Environmental Photograph Contest provides a way for Lions and Leos to portray, through an original photo, their pride and commitment to improving, protecting and preserving the environment. There are four categories at the MD level: Plants Weather Phenomenon, Animals Other aspects of nature including landscape. The photograph should depict the local environment of … Read moreEnvironmental Photograph Competition

Young Ambassador Competition

Supporting exceptional young people <strong>The Young Ambassador</strong> <strong>Competition</strong> recognises, encourages and supports young people  (age 15-18) who are actively involved in helping others. The competition operates throughout Europe and enables individual Lions, Leo or Lioness clubs to select and sponsor a candidate as their Young Ambassador. Successful candidates progress through a series of levels – … Read moreYoung Ambassador Competition

Spectacles Recycling

Collect. Donate. Sort. Recycle. <a href=”http://www.chilions.org.uk/donating-spectacles.html”> </a> <h3> <a href=”http://www.chilions.org.uk/donating-spectacles.html”>Processing recycled spectacles</a> </h3> Lions Clubs throughout the UK collect unwanted and damaged spectacles. These are then sent to Chichester Lions Club which processes tens of thousands of recycled spectacles each year. All donations are examined by a team of Lions and other volunteers in the … Read moreSpectacles Recycling

Deaf Awareness

Helping to address hearing loss and deafness In the UK, one in six people are affected by hearing loss. Deafness is the country’s second largest disability. The World Health Organization estimates that by 2050 over 900 million people globally will experience disabling hearing loss. Here’s how Lions Clubs throughout the British Isles can get involved: … Read moreDeaf Awareness