President’s Service Blog: Visiting a Lions Quest School, India

As Lions, we work to build better tomorrows for our communities, including the visually impaired and people affected by disasters. We also work to improve the lives of our future leaders through Leo clubs and Lions Quest.

When I was in Mumbai, India, I had the opportunity to visit Anjuman-I-Islam, a school that uses our Lions Quest program. These students are  among the 12 million kids around the globe who take part in the program, which emphasizes positive youth development and  essential life skills. It’s clear that Lions are helping these young people develop into productive, thoughtful citizens.

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I was impressed with the communication skills the children were acquiring and how they were learning the importance of self-confidence and being responsible. I believe that through Lions Quest, we nurture young people and shape the future.

  • http://www.lcif.org lcif

    LCIF also visited locations in India recently that implement Lions Quest to see the progress and impact of the program. You can see some video footage of our trip, including some images from the school that President Tam visited, here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E7kuXuI_Pa8

    Thank you for your support, Lions!

  • http://www.lcjuhuwaves.lions323a3.com Ln . Pankaja Iyengar

    I agree with you Sir. Missed meeting you on that day, since I had to be present for the District Convention. Sir, I want you to visit Mumbai again, so that I can meet you. As President of Lions Club of Juhu Waves, I sponsored 400 students for Lions Quests in 4 schools, and as President of Lioness Club of Bandra Red Rose, I sponsored 50 students and 2 teachers for Lions Quest.

    • wingkuntam

      Thank you for your continued support of the Lions Quest program. I look forward to meeting you during one of my future travels.