Lions International

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Lions International,

organization of business and professional people, founded (1917) by Melvin Jones. The International Association of Lions Clubs (popularly known as Lions International) is devoted to meeting community needs either through its own efforts or in cooperation with other agencies. Its clubs throughout the world conduct activities in the following areas: agriculture, children and youth, citizenship and patriotism, civic improvements, community betterment, education, health and welfare, safety, sight conservation and the blind, and the United Nations. The official organ is the Lion.
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In February, Lions Clubs International announced the 4 finalists, one from each category, where Lion Shyana Jayalath became the finalist in the Marketing category.
He said that Lions Clubs International has a history of serving the poor since its very inception for the past 100 years and he would continue.
For 17 years, Special Olympics has partnered with Lions Clubs International to bring inclusive health to communities around the world and end discrimination against people with intellectual disabilities (ID).
Named for the founder of Lions Clubs International, Melvin Jones, the fellowship is one of the foundation's highest recognitions, honoring the commitment to humanitarian service.
She was at the UK hub of the Lions Clubs International in Alcester Road South, of which she is Patron.
The Motto of Lions Clubs International (of which we are a part) is 'We Serve'.
Lions Clubs International Foundation is the charitable arm of Lions Clubs International, the largest service club organization in the world with 1.35 million members in 207 geographic areas and countries.
* Former District Chairman Lions Clubs International District 305 (S-1) Pakistan
15 * Lions Clubs International White Cane Safety Day.
KARACHI -- Lions Clubs International (LCI), Pakistan has announced that a "Reading Action Program" will be organized in more than 200 countries, including Pakistan in the year 2012-13.
Riderwood, an Erickson Living senior community in Silver Spring, Md., is home to a branch of the College Park Lions Club, affiliated with Lions Clubs International (www.lionsclubs.org), a worldwide service organization.
The Initiative, a partnership of the Bausch + Lomb Early Vision Institute and Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF), will provide two research grants of US$50,000 each to: