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Lions Children's Symposium Program

Lions Children's Symposium Program

The Lions Children Symposium is an opportunity for Lions districts and multiple districts to network and collaborate with area experts and community organizers to develop robust local projects to serve childern in need.

A Childrens Symposium is an effective way for Lions to:

  • develop collaborative relationships with governmental agencies, health care organizations, educators and others who are serving underprivileged children.
  • determine the types of services that are needed
  • determine various ways to get involved
  • implement new Lions projects
  • provide assistance to local programs currently in place

Sample topics include:

  • Diabetes Needs:  Insulin, Medicine, Food Security, Recreational Camps and Diabetes Management Education
  • Vision, Hearing and Other Health Needs
  • Literacy and Education: Tools and Resources to Improve Literacy
  • Homeless Children: Health, Education and Safety

Resources for Lions Children Symposium:

  • Refer to the Lions Services for Children Symposium Planning Guide (iad262) when considering hosting a symposium.
  • Qualifying districts or multiple districts may apply for expense reimbursement assistance by submitting the Application for Reimbursement (iad262a) at the back of the Guide.

Symposium Reimbursement Opportunity

To help alleviate costs, Lions Clubs International provides expense assistance (reimbursement) for:

  • one (1) symposium per constitutional area and the Continent of Africa, per fiscal year.
  • approved symposium expenses incurred, up to US$2,000 per symposium.

Applications for funding reimbursement are approved on a first-come, first-served basis.

For More Information

Please contact the Programs & Service Initiative Department at Lions Clubs International.

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