As a Lions Club member or volunteer, you can get involved in fund-raising, organising projects, using your talents, gaining new skills, making friends and having fun. Fill in our online form to be put in touch with your nearest Lions Club.
About Lions – who we are and what we do
Lions Clubs International Foundation grants funds to aid humanitarian efforts that transform lives of people locally and around the world. In particular initiatives have helped over 30 million people to avoid serious vision loss. Named the world’s leading non-governmental organisation with which to partner by a Financial Times independent survey, Lions can be found helping wherever there is an environmental or humanitarian disaster.
We work with local authorities, health service providers, community groups and many other organisations to help identify and support those who will benefit from the assistance of Lions Clubs. We are proud to support disability games, create life-enhancing memorable moments, help those facing financial difficulties and participate in community celebrations in different cultures.
An extensive range of health-oriented initiatives are supported by Lions Clubs locally, nationally and internationally. In particular we support efforts to control and prevent diabetes, help the emergency services with Message in a Bottle, support blood cancer research and recycle used spectacles.
Lions Clubs are proud to be chosen as a partner by small, local organisations as well as major national and international companies, charities and humanitarian bodies. We help with fund-raising campaigns and logistical support to achieve things that would not happen without our help.
Lions apply talent, know-how and skills to support activities at the heart of local communities. We are creative, imaginative, resourceful and reliable. We get involved with community sports, fun-filled events, traditional fund-raising activities, carnivals, parades and all manner of seasonal initiatives.
Find out more about Lions Clubs across the British Isles in our #LionsGetInvolved community report. You can download a pdf via this link.
🦁Lions of 105CW wish to welcome the newest Lions to our District - the team of Central West British Isles 2020 Virtual Lions Club.
❤️They held their inaugural Charter tonight and were joined by Lions and friends from around the District, country and the world.
Nearly 80% of children with cancer live in low- or middle-income countries where, tragically, only 10% of children survive cancer. In higher income countries such as Canada, Japan, and the United States, more than 80% of children with cancer survive. ➡️ https://bit.ly/379Xe1E
#AirAmbulanceWeek2020 Lions Clubs across the British Isles lends their support during #AirAmbulanceWeek2020 Air ambulances received vital equipment for use in their battle against COVID-19 thanks to a generous £160,000 donation from LCI Foundation #BecauseEverySecondCounts
We're delighted to mark the start of Air Ambulance Week 2020 with an open letter written by HRH The Duke of Cambridge to the UK’s 21 air ambulance charities thanking all who work, volunteer & support them in their tireless efforts in helping to save lives every day across the UK
#LionsGetInvolved 💛 Lions Clubs across the British Isles raised over £9million last year to help those in need in local communities, both at home and overseas 💛 #StepForward #JoinUs https://lionsclubs.co/Public/volunteer/