This website reflects the thoughts of PID Lion Phil Nathan and his travels as he promotes the world’s largest service organisation, Lions Clubs International.
As members of Lions Clubs International, we have a global network of 1.4 million volunteers. When a humanitarian crisis strikes, Lions Clubs International Foundation work with and are guided by their own Lions members who are ordinary people present on the ground. As the World’s largest voluntary, non-governmental organisation, our volunteers fundraise in their own local communities to help those in need. We don’t spend money on expansive fundraising campaigns, all our administration and marketing costs are funded by members’ subs. It can prove difficult providing aid but we are committed not to wasting the money entrusted to Lions by the public and ensuring it can genuinely help victims of a disaster. Lions Clubs of the British Isles are very grateful for the public support, which enables us to commit to solving long-term problems through our presence in local communities throughout the world. Every Lions Club supports a range of good causes and local projects in its area where you can get involved.
We held our quarterly Trustee meeting this weekend and a lot of positives were discussed.
We reflected on an excellent launch of our latest book, Life Changes 2: Loss, change and bereavement for 11-16 year olds. A lot of positive feedback has been received from those who attended. Continue reading