E Komo Mai...The World's Largest Service Organization
For over 100 years, the men and women of Lions Clubs International (LCI) have never hesitated to serve their communities. Lions Clubs are global leaders in public and humanitarian service. LCI is the world’s largest service club organization with over 1.4 million members in over 48,000 clubs in over 200 countries and geographical areas around the world.
I MUA! From DG Gary…See International President Brian Sheehan’s email below on “Fast Start Charter Challenge” and click on “Awards Website”. There are recognition opportunities for IPDG, FVDG, SVDG, Leo-Lion Chair, and Zone Chairs. Zone Chairs: See the August Updates below and remind your clubs to apply for the Club Excellence Award BEFORE the August… Read More »International President Brian Sheehan Message
1ST QUARTER CABINET MEETING...D50 Summer Fun Event. The Hawaii Lions opened up the new fiscal year with meeting in person along with several other Lions members who were not able to travel and attended virtually through Zoom. Guest Speaker Dr. Desiree Medeiros (Pediatric Cancer) presented her mission and involvement with their annual Children's Camp. - Photos by District Photographer Lion Thomas Palmer
Since 1917, Lions Clubs have aided the blind & visually impaired, and made a strong commitment to community service through our five global causes: vision, hunger relief, childhood cancer, environment and diabetes. Through volunteer work, Lions are learning new things and developing leadership skills every day. … Hawaii Lions are doing good – for others and for themselves. Joining a local Lions club is a great way to network with other people in your community and to make new friends.
Haleakala Lions spent Saturday morning cleaning the Four Corners Haiku bus shelter. This shelter was Lion built and has a history longer than Lion Frank Hamasaki been a Lion. He just made his 40th year of Lions membership. Congrats, Frank, still go’n strong!
Moanalua Lions Club replaces 80 storm drain pucks.
Leeward Oahu Lions Virginia Padayhag and Gail Kono helped Manoa Lions PDG Garrett Ogawa at the Waialua Community Assoc. Center Fair in Haleiwa. Kaneohe Lion VDG C.J. Kalopodes Jr. and CIS were also present.
How the Hawaii Lions Came to Be
The Incredible story of a 1926 fight for equality that changed the face of Volunteerism throughout the World – Forever!
Ready to Make a Difference?
Volunteering your time & energy to others is an awesome way to help your community. Do you want to make a positive impact in your life and how you approach the world? Ask yourself, are you or do you wish to be this type of person?
- Make a difference everyday in your community
- Provide support locally or reach out internationally
- Grow personally and professionally by participating in our programs, community service projects and events
- Have an impact on local and international humanitarian issues
- Develop relationships with both local and international community and business leaders
Our Partners in Service
Hawaii Lions could not serve our communities without the generosity of our non-profit & corporate partners. We continue to search for resources to promote and complete our services. Join our mission to serve the communities of Hawaii, become our partner.
Hawaii Lions Network
Hawaii Lions Foundation – The mission of the Hawaii Lions Foundation is to serve as District 50 Hawaii Lions’ charitable, tax-exempt body to promote programs of improving and expanding services to sight and hearing impaired persons while enhancing the image of Lionism throughout the State of Hawaii.
Your support of the Hawaii Lions Foundation makes our work possible.
Please donate and send your tax deductible check made out to:
HAWAII LIONS FOUNDATION
405 N. Kuakini St. #801
Honolulu, HI 96817
Lions Eye Bank of Hawai’i – By providing our community with quality ocular tissue for transplantation and providing non-surgical ocular tissue to research institutions we can further understand blinding diseases. All with the hope that one day unnecessary blindness can be prevented. Since 1980, the eye bank is an essential part of our organization.
Hawaii LEO Clubs – Leo clubs encourage youths to develop leadership qualities by participating in social service activities. They develop skills as a project organizer, time manager and team leader. They gain experience learning how teamwork, cooperation and collaboration can bring exciting changes to your community and the world. It’s a great opportunity for them to make friends and feel the rewards of community service.
Lions Clubs International – Headquarters: Lions serve and it has been since we first began in 1917. Our clubs are places where individuals join together to give their valuable time and effort to improving their communities, and the world. Here you will find a lot more of what Lions do Worldwide.
DONATE TO HAWAII LIONS FOUNDATION
Your charitable gift to the Hawaii Lions Foundation helps support our service programs. To mail in your tax deductible donation, simply send a check to:
HAWAII LIONS FOUNDATION
405 N. Kuakini St. #801
Honolulu, HI 96817
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