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Worldwide Week of Service for Youth (August 7-13)

Worldwide Week of Service for Youth (August 7-13)

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Young people are the future of service—and Lions. That’s why engaging young people in service is such an important part of our new global service framework and our goal of serving 200 million people per year by 2021.

This August, we’re asking Lions worldwide to host a service project that gives young people in their community an opportunity to serve. Reach out to local Leos, or a school or youth group, and invite them to serve with you on a project. Want to make service even more meaningful for young people? Give them leadership roles in planning and meaningful roles when serving. 

When you engage young people in service, you do more than inspire them to get involved in their community—you give them a chance to change the world with your club.

Join Us for the Worldwide Week of Service for Youth

Here's how your club can take part in this special event:

  1. Plan your project - Host a service project during the week of August 7-13, and invite young people to serve with you.
  2. Promote your project - Publicize your project to showcase your club and the power of service. Remember to wear your Lions branded gear when serving to increase your visibility.
  3. Report your project - Report your service on the MyLCI Service Activity Report to help us reach new levels of service in our Centennial Service Challenge. Be sure to include the project date.

Celebrate Your Service

Share photos of your project on social media so everyone can see what a difference you're making. Use the hashtag #Lions100 and we may share your images on the LCI Facebook page!

Take Youth Engagement to the Next Level with Leos

The Leo Club Program gives young people, ages 12 to 30, the opportunity to serve, develop leadership skills, make new friends and have fun. With more than 7,000 clubs, Leos are service leaders who plan and manage projects, bringing new service to the community and increasing the impact of their sponsoring Lions club.

Sponsor a Leo club today!

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