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New Member Orientation Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 1 New Member Orientation Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 1

New Member Orientation • What is our Motto? • LCIF? • What year was New Member Orientation • What is our Motto? • LCIF? • What year was Lions founded? • What is a Zone? Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 2

AGENDA § Who Lions Are? § Your Club § District and Multiple District § AGENDA § Who Lions Are? § Your Club § District and Multiple District § Lions Clubs International (LCI) Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 3

Who Lions Are Lions are men & women dedicated to serving those in need, Who Lions Are Lions are men & women dedicated to serving those in need, whether in their own community or around the world. We believe that kindness matters. Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 4

We are making a world of difference § 1. 45 million volunteers § 211 We are making a world of difference § 1. 45 million volunteers § 211 countries § More than 46, 000 clubs § When we work together, we can achieve bigger goals and make a bigger impact than we can alone. Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 5

Who Lions Are • Vision Statement: • To be the global leader in community Who Lions Are • Vision Statement: • To be the global leader in community and humanitarian service. Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 6

Who Lions Are - Mission Statement To empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet Who Lions Are - Mission Statement To empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding through Lions clubs Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 7

Who Lions Are • Code of Ethics: LCI has a code of ethics which Who Lions Are • Code of Ethics: LCI has a code of ethics which set the standard that Lions should aspire to adhere to. • Purposes: LCI has a list of purposes to convey why Lions clubs exist. Motto: “We Serve” Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 8

Benefits of Membership • Helping those in need • Making a difference in your Benefits of Membership • Helping those in need • Making a difference in your community • Having an impact on those in need worldwide • Developing leadership skills Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 9

Benefits of Membership • Enhancing communication skills • Utilizing planning and organisation skills • Benefits of Membership • Enhancing communication skills • Utilizing planning and organisation skills • Working hands-on to meet community needs • Meeting new people • Opportunities to network & travel Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 10

LCI - FORWARD • The goal of LCI Forward is; to triple our impact LCI - FORWARD • The goal of LCI Forward is; to triple our impact worldwide by improving the lives of at least 200 million per year by 2020 -21 through expanded humanitarian service. • We envision a day when every need in the world can be served by a Lion or Leo. We want to be the organization the world turns to when confronting global humanitarian challenges Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 11

LCI. . . FORWARD • Improve Membership Value & Reach New Markets Pursue Club, LCI. . . FORWARD • Improve Membership Value & Reach New Markets Pursue Club, District and Organizational Excellence Lions Clubs International Enhance Service Impact & Focus Reshape Public Opinion & Improve Visibility New Member Orientation 12

KEY BENEFITS • Pursue Frontiers of Service • More vibrant and resilient communities where KEY BENEFITS • Pursue Frontiers of Service • More vibrant and resilient communities where humanitarian needs are effectively addressed. • Shine a New Spotlight • Increased awareness of Lions as the world's recognized leader in voluntary service for another century. Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 13

KEY BENEFITS • Be the Best Association • Increased membership and improved retention with KEY BENEFITS • Be the Best Association • Increased membership and improved retention with the majority of clubs growing every year. • Delight the Member • New ways for people to serve so that more individuals can be part of life-changing service. Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 14

Service and Fundraising Activities Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 15 Service and Fundraising Activities Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 15

Five areas of Service Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 16 Five areas of Service Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 16

Service Framework • • Diabetes: Screening in Shopping Centres Camps for children Awareness campaigns Service Framework • • Diabetes: Screening in Shopping Centres Camps for children Awareness campaigns • • • Environment: Beach clean-ups Bag a Burger projects Recycling projects Plant a Tree projects Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 17

Service Framework • • • • Hunger: Food collections in shopping centres Community food Service Framework • • • • Hunger: Food collections in shopping centres Community food drives Emergency food parcels Soup kitchens Providing school children with a meal Sustainable community vegetable gardens Blisters for Bread Walk Paediatric Cancer: Support children and families Refurbishing of treatment centres Raise funds for life saving treatment Creating Paediatric Cancer awareness Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 18

Service Framework • Vision: • • • Eye testing clinics for all ages Educating Service Framework • Vision: • • • Eye testing clinics for all ages Educating people about eye care Supporting the blind and visually impaired Support Blind Bowlers/Blind Navigator Car Rallies SA Guide Dogs Association activities Lions Operation Bright. Sight (LOBS) Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 19

Service • The possibilities are endless! Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 20 Service • The possibilities are endless! Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 20

Club Officers • President • Immediate Past President • Vice President – focus on Club Officers • President • Immediate Past President • Vice President – focus on Leadership • Secretary • Treasurer • Membership Chairperson • LCIF Coordinator • Club Service Chairperson • Club Marketing Communication Chairperson • Directors Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 21

Club Officers - Optional • Lion Tamer § Responsible for club property (such as Club Officers - Optional • Lion Tamer § Responsible for club property (such as flags, banners, gavels, etc. ). Also keeps order and distributes materials at meetings. • Tail Twister § Serves to promote harmony, good fellowship and enthusiasm at club meetings through the judicious Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 22

Elections • Officers are elected annually • President appoints a Nomination Committee in January Elections • Officers are elected annually • President appoints a Nomination Committee in January • Nomination Committee recommends the candidates • Club votes on in March • Term begins 1 st July Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 23

Why do we pay dues? • Total Dues § Club: R § District: R Why do we pay dues? • Total Dues § Club: R § District: R 370 § Multiple District: R 78 § International dues: R 600 (US$43) rate of exchange (R 13. 09) § Total R 1050 § R 100 per month Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 24

District and Multiple District Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 25 District and Multiple District Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 25

Where do you fit in? Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 26 Where do you fit in? Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 26

Lions Clubs in the rest of South Africa: Lions Clubs International Multiple District 410 Lions Clubs in the rest of South Africa: Lions Clubs International Multiple District 410 (South Africa, Namibia and Swaziland) Divided into 4 Districts: A, B, C & D District 410 A is divided into 11 Zones which consists of 44 Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 27

Lions Support to clubs § Club officers receive leadership training; § Clubs are supported Lions Support to clubs § Club officers receive leadership training; § Clubs are supported by District and Multiple • District leaders and volunteers; § Clubs have access to District and Multiple • District Resources Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 28

Lions Support to clubs §Clubs receive public relations material and professional recruitment materials §Each Lions Support to clubs §Clubs receive public relations material and professional recruitment materials §Each Club is covered by liability insurance Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 29

District Convention • District conventions are held to: § Develop fellowship among the Lions District Convention • District conventions are held to: § Develop fellowship among the Lions of our District § Conduct general District business § Elect the District Governor and other district-elected officers § Conduct seminars and workshops § Vote on constitutional matters Next District & Multiple District Convention: Wilderness 26 -28 th April 2018 Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 30

District Projects / Events • Blisters for Bread: August • One-2 -One Day: August District Projects / Events • Blisters for Bread: August • One-2 -One Day: August • Alex One-2 -One: Oct (organised by Leos) • Peace Poster Contest • Essay Contest for the Visually Impaired • Mid-Year Conference • District Christmas Party for Children • Strides for Diabetes • Lions Alert • Lions Operation Bright. Sight (LOBS) Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 31

Communication Methods • Email • Website • SMS • Face. Book • Twitter • Communication Methods • Email • Website • SMS • Face. Book • Twitter • Whats. App • Newsletters – District Governor, LCIF, Health, Environment, etc. Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 32

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History 1917: Melvin Jones founded LCI 1957: Leo Club Programme is created 1925: Helen History 1917: Melvin Jones founded LCI 1957: Leo Club Programme is created 1925: Helen Keller challenged Lions to become “knights of the blind” 1957: Cape Town was the 1 st club chartered in 1968: The Lions Clubs International Foundation 1987: LCI became the first service club organization to admit women as members (LCIF) is established 1990: Sight. First is launched Southern Africa 2007: LCIF was named best nongovernmental organisation world-wide Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 34

Name and Logo • Official name “The International Association of Lions Clubs” or simply Name and Logo • Official name “The International Association of Lions Clubs” or simply “Lions Clubs International. ” • Lions stood for strength, courage, fidelity & vital action • Logo gold “L” on a blue field surrounded by a gold circle. On either side of the circle is the profile of a Lion’s head – one looking back upon a proud past and the other looking optimistically toward the future Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 35

Organisational Structure • International Officers implement policy and serve as inspirational leaders of the Organisational Structure • International Officers implement policy and serve as inspirational leaders of the world’s Lions § International President 2017/18 – Naresh Aggarwal § First & Second Vice Presidents § Immediate Past President/LCIF Chairperson • International Board of Directors is the governing body of the association - 34 members & 8 board appointees • International Constitution and By-Laws govern the operations of the association and establish the rules by which the association is to function Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 36

International Convention • Convention brings together thousands of Lions from around the world for International Convention • Convention brings together thousands of Lions from around the world for a week of business, education, celebration and fellowship. • 2017: Chicago, Illinois, USA (100 th anniversary Centennial Celebrations) • 2018: Las Vegas • 2019: Milan, Italy • 2020: Singapore • ISAAME – India, South Asia, Africa & Middle East Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 37

International Headquarters • Located in Oak Brook, Illinois, Chicago • Approx. 275 staff members International Headquarters • Located in Oak Brook, Illinois, Chicago • Approx. 275 staff members (all are Lions) in 11 divisions Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 38

Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) • LCIF grants an average of US$30 million annually. Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) • LCIF grants an average of US$30 million annually. It provides clubs with the means to build schools, health clinics, vocational rehabilitation, training centers and other projects that address community needs. • LCIF provides grants in 4 focus areas Save Sight Serve Youth Provide disaster relief Meet humanitarian needs Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 39

Resources available • • • Lions Learning Centre Lions Quarterly Video Magazine (online) On-line Resources available • • • Lions Learning Centre Lions Quarterly Video Magazine (online) On-line courses Webinars District training workshops Constitutions & By-Laws: Int’l, District & Club District 410 A Policy Manual Club Officers Manual Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 40

Communication Methods • • LION Magazine (11 issues) E-mail messages Website Social Networking § Communication Methods • • LION Magazine (11 issues) E-mail messages Website Social Networking § Facebook www. facebook. com/lionsclubs § Twitter https: //twitter. com/lionsclubsorg Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 41

Website addresses • LCI www. lionsclubs. org • District www. lionsdist 410 a. org. Website addresses • LCI www. lionsclubs. org • District www. lionsdist 410 a. org. za • M. D. www. lionnet. org. za • Leos www. leos. org. za Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 42

Q&A Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 43 Q&A Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 43

Thank You! Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 44 Thank You! Lions Clubs International New Member Orientation 44