Some pictures of Lions responding to the Nepal earthquake. Much more help is needed.
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Once again – nature has struck a devastating blow – this time in the form of a 7.9 magnitude earthquake in Nepal.
As the global leader in humanitarian service, Lions Clubs International is uniquely qualified to provide immediate assistance. Already, LCIF has issued an major catastrophe grant in the amount of $100,000 USD. But more will be needed. You can help by donating now to the LCIF emergency fund.
As we draft this letter, the Lions of Nepal are joining together, along with Lions from neighboring countries, to get much needed emergency supplies such as food, fresh water, and temporary shelter into the areas of devastation.
This is the worst natural disaster to strike Nepal in nearly 100 years. Our message to Nepal is “help is on the way.”
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims and their families, and the Lions of Nepal in this time of need.
Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) and Lions around the world are celebrating World Immunization Week, which begins today and runs through April 30.
Lions, LCIF and our partners are working hard every day to stop measles. Through fundraising, social mobilization and various campaign support activities, Lions have shown their commitment to combating measles.
Throughout the week, LCIF will post information and stories on Facebook and Twitter using the #vaccineswork hashtag. Follow #vaccineswork to see how fellow Lions and our partners are addressing the immunization gap around the world.
And remember to share your story with LCIF and Lions!
“It’s our turn to lead” is the theme for the 45th Anniversary of Earth Day. In connection with the Protecting Our Environment campaign in April, we encourage Lions to help raise environmental awareness in their community not only today, but all month long. Consider organizing a community-wide recycling project or invite your family and friends to join your club for a tree planting activity, roadside cleanup or renovation of a local park.
Be sure to report your environmental projects to MyLCI and post pictures to your clubs social media sites. This Earth Day, help up reach our Centennial goal of serving 100 million by 2018!
How is your club celebrating Earth Day?
The Phoenix Women Lions Club in Taiwan organized a tree planting activity as part of the Centennial Service Challenge.
Help us reach our goal of serving 100 million by June 2018 through the participation in youth, hunger, vision and environmental projects that help benefit our communities. This month we have encouraged Lions to take part in the Protecting Our Environment campaign with a special goal of planting 10 million trees. Be sure to report your club’s activities to MyLCI so that we can keep track of our global impact. Don’t forget to post pictures to your club’s social media site and use the hashtag #LIONS100.
Have you recently participated in a tree planting project? Share your story with us!
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