What Lions Do?
Your $20 will provide 2 days’ supply of nutritional milk feed for a resident on tube feeding.
Your $50 will help to pay for each resident’s ambulance transport fee to a hospital in an emergency.
Your $100 donation to the Lions Education Fund will assist students to purchase books or course materials.

Lions’ service activities are essentially decided and carried out by the clubs themselves. Clubs focus their work according to the needs of their communities. They co-operate closely with the authorities and other service organisations to maximise their impact. Many clubs carry out programmes or respond to disaster relief, to help the needy or those in distress in other countries. They may join up with Lions or other service organisations in these countries or act in concert with international aid efforts. Lions clubs’ activities fall into two categories, namely Fund-Raising projects and Service activities.

Contexted to local requirements, Lions Clubs in Singapore carry out service work in key areas fostered by Lions Clubs International and for which they provide support, namely:

  • Programmes for the Elderly
  • Programmes for Youth and Children
  • Sight Conservation and Work for the Blind, eg SightFirst.
  • Hearing & Speech & Work with the Deaf.
  • Diabetes Awareness
  • Environment
  • Cultural & Community Awareness
  • Promoting Use of Information Technology

District Programmes
Where all clubs join together to conduct or offer a service at national level. Currently, there are 2 Lions district programmes in Singapore, namely the

  • Lions Home for the Elders (which runs 2 nursing homes located at Toa Payoh and Bedok)
  • Lions Befriender Service Association

Lions Clubs in Singapore (known as District 308-A1) have also instituted the Lions Community Service Foundation (Singapore), to mobilise funds to conduct Lions service activities for the benefit of the poor and disadvantaged in the local community. In addition, the District Governor may in each year launch other Lions projects.

The Singapore Chapter (Chapter 12) of the Lions Club International Stamp Club was inaugurated on 21st August 2007.

Lions SaveSight Centre (Singapore) was registered with the Registrar of Societies, Singapore on 1st July 2008 (ROS 2071/2008) and authorized to use the name ‘LIONS’ & Lions emblem by Lions Clubs International on 3rd July 2008.