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Children’s Dignity Week (August 30 – September 5)

Join Lions around the world for a special Lions Worldwide Week of Service dedicated to making the future brighter for our children. This international event is designed to benefit the most vulnerable members of our community, and to help us reach our Centennial Service Challenge goal of serving 100 million people.

Host a project that benefits children in your community. From health, education, and development projects, to helping friends and neighbors meet their children’s basic needs, there are countless ways to impact youth in your community and around the globe. No matter how you choose to serve, be sure to join us for this Centennial service event!

Join Us for Children’s Dignity Week

Here’s how your club can take part in this special event:

  1. Plan your project – Host a service project that benefits children and youth during the week of August 30 – September 5. Download the Lions Children First Planning Guide for project ideas and planning tips.
  2. Promote your project – Invite your community to serve with you to showcase your club and the power of service.
  3. Report your project – Report your service on the MyLCI Service Activity Report to earn a Centennial Banner Patch and to get your club’s name on the Centennial Ticker.

Celebrate Your Service

Share photos of your project on social media so everyone can see what a difference you’re making in your community. Use the hashtag #Lions100, and we’ll share your images on the LCI Facebook page!

Children’s Dignity Week Resources

A full range of resources are available to support events that Club’s may wish to run by clicking here.

District Convention 2018

16th to 18th November 2018
Join us for some good old fashioned Yorkshire hospitality at our 36th Annual District Convention at The Golden Lion Hotel, Northallerton.
Nestled in the centre of the Vale of York, Northallerton is the heart and county town of North Yorkshire. The town has good communication links, it is on the East Coast main line, and is situated in the centre of the A1(M) and A19 corridors.
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