Leadership. Experience. Opportunity. These are just a few of the rewards young people gain from participating in Leos. They also happen to be the values that create the acronym of our club name.
Lions Clubs International has developed the Leo Leadership Grant Program based on the results of the Leo Training Resource Survey that was completed by Leo club members in January 2009.
Coach Jim Graver started the Leo ball rolling in 1957 and chances are that ball was a baseball.
More Volunteers Doing More Community Work in More Places than Any Service Club Organization.
Back in 1917, Melvin Jones, a 38-year-old Chicago business leader, asked a simple and world-changing question:
Every day, millions of children around the world miss out on the joy of childhood. Instead of playing with toys, they deal with poverty, malnutrition and disabilities.
Whenever a Lions club gets together, problems get smaller. And communities get better. That’s because we help where help is needed—in our own communities and around the world—with unmatched integrity and energy.