LCIF has Awarded a Major Catastrophe Grant for Flood Relief in Paraguay

Lions of Paraguay provide relief materials to villagers

Large portions of Paraguay, Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay are currently being struck by the worst flooding the region has seen in 50 years. Paraguay is in a state of emergency and 130,000 people have been forced to evacuate their homes.

Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) has awarded a US$200,000 Major Catastrophe grant. Major Catastrophe grants are awarded for long-term reconstruction after significant disasters and provide substantial funds for catastrophes with major international impact, such as the Nepal earthquake and the typhoon in the PhilippinesDonate to LCIFPlease consider making a donation to LCIF’s Disaster Relief fund to support the flood victims in Paraguay. Flood waters have destroyed many homes and buildings in Paraguay

Villagers line up to get relief materials from Lions

A view from above of people lining up for relief materials

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