New Club Development Guide. Why Organize a New Lions Club. To serve To make a difference To a ssist those in need To introduce new projects to local communities. District Benefits . Fulfill unmet needs in communities that are not currently served by Lions.
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Fulfill unmet needs in communities that are not currently served by Lions
Attract families, women and younger members
Rejuvenate and grow membership
To organize a new Lions club, you will need:
Once you find a need,
it's easy to charter a new club!
Increase sustainability by 70% by chartering with 25 or more members!
Team members should be:
Once your team is established, consider dividing the members into the following four sub-teams:
Contact Community Leaders to discuss their needs
Community Needs Assessment
The number one reason why people don’t join is simply because they were never asked.
Who will we recruit?
Explain that there will be an informal meeting for the club in their community. Invite person to come and learn more. Give the date, time and location of the meeting.
Explain the time commitment and cost of joining the club.
The following kits are available:
June 20th deadline
for chartering new clubs in same fiscal year.