Diabetes can lead to serious diseases affecting the heart and blood vessels, eyes, kidneys, nerves and teeth. In most high-income countries, diabetes is a leading cause of cardiovascular disease, blindness, kidney failure, and lower limb amputation. Serving in diverse communities all over the world, Lions see and feel the effects of diabetes and are doing something about it together.
The earth sustains human life. We’ve seen how our stewardship of natural resources can improve quality of life and increase engagement in our local communities. We’re committed to caring for our environment, it’s our home.
Lions serve to strengthen the relationship between the community and its environment. We’ve seen how our stewardship of natural resources can improve quality of life and increase engagement in our local communities.
Lions serve to improve human flourishing. We see how the global hunger and nutrition crisis bears upon our local communities and believe true community improvement depends on the thriving of its members. Lions serve to improve human flourishing, and we see how the global hunger and nutrition crisis bears upon our local communities. We believe community improvement depends on the thriving of its members.
Ever since Helen Keller inspired us to champion the cause in 1925, Lion’s Clubs served and advocated for the blind and visually impaired. Nearly a century later, this long-standing mission continues unhindered. We have a long history of serving the blind and visually impaired and remain committed to continuing this mission into our next century of service. Prevent avoidable blindness and improve quality of life for people who are blind and visually impaired.
The next generation’s ability to thrive is closely tied to the supports of the local community. Lions have seen and felt the effects of cancer on children and their families and continue to bring hope through tangible service and support. We will help those affected by childhood cancer survive and thrive.