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Lions Club International Foundation

  

Lions Club International Foundation

Lions Clubs of District 6-SE

February 16, 2019

Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) has launched an aggressive fund raising campaign titled; Campaign 100, the 100 stands for 100 years of service, 100% membership participation to raise funds in an amount that equals $100 per member. Currently, only about 6% of Lions give to LCIF. 

The goal is to raise $300 million in 3 years which makes a total of $300 per member over a three year period. The leadership of LCIF realizes that every member is not able to donate $100 every year over a three year period and that some members will donate way more than $100 per year. Along with the larger donations, LCIF is asking the Lions membership to seek other sources of funding such as LCIF fundraising projects, humanitarian grants, bequeaths (put LCIF in your will), humanitarian donations by non Lions members and any other way to generate funds for LCIF.

With this money, Lions will be able to serve over 200 million people. Campaign 100 has been initiated to support eight areas of service worldwide. They are; fighting diabetes, providing food for the hungry, protecting the environment, vision projects, disaster relief, fighting pediatric cancer, humanitarian needs, and youth programs.

Lions are asked to provide funds for these big global issues. There are several ways to help; give a Melvin Jones Fellow Award to a deserving Lion, volunteer to be your clubs LCIF Coordinator, become a “Contributing Member” or sponsor a club project to support LCIF. Lion Donna recently received her Melvin Jones Fellow Award. I have been donating $200 per year over the past 5 years in order to present her with a Melvin Jones Award on her birthday last November. 

I would like to visit your club and share information about LCIF and the Colorado Lions Camp.  I can provide your club with the amounts your members have donated toward their Melvin Jones Fellow (MJF) Award, the number of MJFs in your club, and how much money your club has in undesignated funds toward a MJF Award.


PCC Bob Selle

LCIF Coordinator, District 6-SE, and Colorado Lions Camp Treasurer

719 347 2873

bndselle@yahoo.com 

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Lions Club International Foundation

Lions Club International Foundation Lions Clubs of District 6-SE


 November 3, 2018 


 Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) is the non-profit arm of Lions Club International.  I refer to LCIF as an arm since it does a lot of the heavy lifting for worldwide Lions’ projects.  LCIF has launched a new initiative called Campaign 100 to support these projects.


Campaign 100 is the most ambitious fundraising project in LCIF’s 50 year history.  The goal is to raise $300 million in 3 years which breaks down to about $100 per member per year.  That makes a total of $300 per member over a three year period.  With this money, Lions will be able to serve over 200 million people.  


Campaign 100 has been initiated to support the five new LCI service areas as well as the three long term LCI initiatives.  The funds will be used to increase worldwide service for fighting diabetes, providing food for the hungry, protecting the environment, vision projects, disaster relief, fighting pediatric cancer, humanitarian needs, and youth programs. 


Lions are asked to provide funds for these big global issues.  There are several ways to help; give a Melvin Jones Fellow Award to a deserving Lion, volunteer to be your clubs LCIF Coordinator, become a “Contributing Member” or hold a fundraiser for LCIF.  Lion Donna just received her Melvin Jones Fellow Award.  I have been $200 per year over the past 5 years in order to present her Melvin Jones Award for her birthday this month.


I would like to visit your club and share information about LCIF and the Colorado Lions Camp.  I can provide your club with the amounts your members have donated toward their Melvin Jones Fellow (MJF) Award, the number of MJFs in your club, and how much money your club has in undesignated funds toward a MJF Award. 


PCC Bob Selle

LCIF Coordinator, District 6-SE and Colorado Lions Camp Treasurer 

719 347 2873 

bndselle@yahoo.com


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Lions Club International

Lions Club International 

Lions Clubs of District 6-SE

August 18, 2018


Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) has launched a new fundraiser this year.  It is called “Campaign 100: LCIF Empowering Service”.  The purpose of the Campaign is to provide funding for expanding worldwide needs, provide greater funding today and for the future.


Campaign 100 is the most ambitious fundraising project in LCIF’s 50 year history.  The goal is to raise $300 million in 3 years.  The time span is from July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2021.  If the goal is met, Lions will be able to serve over 200 million people.  The funds will be used to increase worldwide service, fight diabetes and expand current programs (disaster relief, humanitarian needs, youth programs and vision projects).


Lions Clubs International presented a new service vision for the future in 2017.  The new service vision includes five global humanitarian challenges.  They are; vision, diabetes, hunger, environment and pediatric cancer.  In order to address these challenges, LCIF will need additional funding.


Campaign 100 has been initiated to support the five LCI service areas.  Lions are asked to pool their resources to tackle these big global issues.  There are several ways to help; give a Melvin Jones Fellow Award to a deserving Lion, volunteer to be your clubs LCIF Coordinator, become a “Contributing Member” or hold a fundraiser for LCIF.


Lion Donna and I would like to visit your club and share information about LCIF and the Colorado Lions Camp.  I can provide your club with the amounts your members have donated toward their Melvin Jones Fellow (MJF) Award, the number of MJFs in your club, and how much money your club has in undesignated funds toward a MJF Award.


PCC Bob Selle

LCIF Coordinator

District 6-SE, and Colorado Lions Camp Treasurer

719 347 2873

bndselle@yahoo.com

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