Click on the link below to visit the Members Forum and check the Directory of Clubs and Officers for 2019-2020. Any changes should be notified to your Club Secretary and MDHQ.
Link: MDHQ Directory 2019-2020
Please ensure that if you have a Lions email address at your Club, this is used in the Directory.
All Multiple District Officers are allocated a Lions email address.
Please note that you are required to login to access the Directory via the Forum. If you do not have a login or have forgotten the details (including your password),
To honour the memory and service of Lions from MD105 British Isles a new site has been created called: In-Memoriam. It provides individual obituaries in celebration of the lives of those who have passed recently to higher service. Tributes may be left in the comments.
Almoners are invited to email obituaries to:
Obituary listings are provided at https://lionsclubs.co/In-Memoriam/by Lion name, Club and when featured in the Lion Magazine.
You can also download previous obituary listings back to October 2017 as pdf documents.
We have been made aware of scams and fraudulent use of the Lions Clubs International (LCI) or Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) name or logo, or other trusted and well-known names.
The goal of these types of scams is to trick people into revealing personal and financial information about themselves, which can then be used to commit identity theft.
Please note that Lions Clubs International – nor anyone purporting as a Lions Club or part of the Lions Clubs International Foundation – makes cold (unsolicited) calls asking for financial donations, nor do we contact anyone through their personal Facebook accounts asking for money.
If you receive a suspicious email, text, or social media message, please follow the LCI guidelines via this link: https://www.lionsclubs.org/en/blog/protect-yourself-from-scams
If you have recently received a suspicious message via facebook, please report it directly to Facebook. See: How to report things on Facebook.
For further help on how to avoid Facebook scams, see: https://www.moneyadviceservice.org.uk/blog/how-to-spot-and-avoid-facebook-scams