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With 1.35 million members in over 200 countries and geographic locations, Lions everywhere are making a difference in their communities every day. Every life a Lions member touches – whether a young girl who learns to read through a Lions literacy initiative, or a man who receives the eye care he needs to finally see his family clearly – is an amazing story about passion, dedication and service.

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  • Sarath Samarage

    LIONS JOIN HANDS IN A UNIQUE PROJECT TO BUILD PEACE IN
    SRI LANKA.

    Peace building through Religions, Sports & Arts
    Programme

    Lions Clubs International District 306A1 and the Association of Medical Doctors of Asia(AMDA-International) in collaboration with the St. John Ambulance and The Sri
    Lanka Council of Religions for Peace recently organized a unique programme to build peace among the children belonging to different ethnic groups and religions in Sri Lanka.

    A large number of Sri Lankan students selected from different schools and fifteen High School students from Japan participated in this residential programme held at
    the National Youth Centre, Maharagama. The participants were engaged in a
    multitude of religious, sports and arts activities.

    They visited places of religious worship and were also engaged in sports activities
    such as Elle and Volleyball in addition to arts and cultural activities.

    The Japanese Ambassador H.E. Mr. Nobuhito Hobo was the Chief Guest.

    Mr. Lalith Piyum Perera, Chairman of the National Youth Services Council, Dr. Sarath Samarage District Chairman Lions District 306A1 & President of AMDA Sri Lanka and
    Dr. Palitha Abeykoon Chief Commander of the St. John Ambulance also
    participated.

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  • Ruth Chua

    After 3 months of Supplemental Nutrition Feeding project for malnourished children under our program in a poor community, we, members of Manila Amity Lions Club were gifted with a touching song number by the beneficiaries. This was during the closing ceremony of the program where we also awarded those who attained the biggest weight gain after the feeding period. So heartwarming. Lions not only changes lives, we touch hearts.

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      Please consider submitting a story about your project! Download the Contributor Guidelines for more info.

      • Ruth Chua

        Would be happy to. Thank you.