India is the second largest community and the fastest growing community of Lions Clubs volunteers in the world. Lions Clubs established its presence in India in 1956 and today has 2,40,000 members across 6,400 Clubs. Lions volunteers reach out to help anywhere across the country, even in the remotest locations.
From providing instant assistance during sudden disasters such as the recent Malin, Pune, landslide, helping over 50,000 people see again or taking over the education of abandoned families, Lions have created a huge impact on Indian society.
Lions Clubs International has a special cell in India to help corporates, government bodies, NGOs and philanthropists partner with Lions who will help them identify, facilitate, and successfully implement projects for various social needs. Lions Clubs is the worldwide leading NGO for accountability, transparency and partnerships. It has vast expertise in managing and executing large social projects, working closely with the partner, ensuring accountability and effectiveness.