New member sponsorship is critical to ensuring your Lions club will continue to grow and serve your community for years to come. As a new member sponsor, you must take on several roles in order to successfully attract, welcome and retain new members:
How do you recruit and welcome new Lions?
Are you interested in the coordination and management of effective and successful service projects? Register for the Managing a Service Project webinar! In this webinar, we’ll review some of the key steps in managing a successful service project, including:
Visit the Leadership Development Webinars page for dates/times and links to register. Webinars are currently conducted in English and Spanish. Know a fellow Lion or Leo that would be interested? Please pass this information along. We hope to have you, and a fellow Lion or Leo, participate in one of the two sessions being offered.
Have you participated in a Lions webinar recently? Share your feedback in the comments below.
Did you visit the “I Promise” board at the Lions International Convention in Hamburg this year? If so, then you got to see how Lions everywhere are making the promise to recruit new members. Even just one Lion recruiting one new member can help impact the world. Watch the video above to see for yourself how Lions fill the map with promises and dreams.
REACH for your goals, Lions! It’s up to you to ensure your club continues to grow and serve for years to come. Use resources such as the Just Ask! New Membership Recruiting Guide to get started.
I promised to recruit four new members. What’s your promise?
Through Opening Eyes, Lions help provide vision screenings and eyeglasses to Special Olympic athletes. At the Lions Clubs International Convention in Hamburg, Germany, LCIF announced a five-year expansion of the partnership with Special Olympics. Now, Lions and LCIF will help create leadership opportunities for Special Olympics athletes, increase the health work of Special Olympics, conduct outreach to families for additional support, and reach more young people through inclusive sports and advocacy programs.
Watch the video above to learn more about this announcement.
As this month’s Engaging Our Youth global service action campaign continues, Lions around the world are celebrating International Youth Day through projects and activities that focus on youth involvement and development.
The power of youth is strong, and Lions have long since recognized and nurtured that power through youth volunteer opportunities and Leo clubs. Lions work with young people to help them develop and lead their own service activities, teaching them the importance of volunteer work as well as valuable leadership and communication skills.
The theme for this year’s International Youth Day is “Youth Migration: Moving Development Forward.”
How does your Lions club engage the youth?
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