The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.
Lions District 4-C2 provides community services to six counties in northwestern California. The District stretches from the Golden Gate to the Oregon border and east to the Sacramento River Delta, and comprises 55 individual Lions, Lioness and Leo Clubs, with over 1500 members. Lions Club members are both men and women, while Lioness Clubs are auxiliaries whose members are primarily women. Leo Clubs are made up of high school students who work in the Community under the guidance of a sponsoring Lions Club. So there are opportunities for everyone to participate in service to the Community through Lionism.
Welcome to Lions Clubs International - District 4-C2
Lions District 4-C2 is a united act of compassion that helps families in desperate need. Local churches, businesses, community service and health organizations partner with us to provide guests with groceries, medical and dental screenings, prayer, haircuts, lunch, veteran services, music, a kids’ carnival, children’s shoes, job and career services, community services, family portraits and more — at no charge to guests. Approximately $1,000,000 worth of goods and services are provided to the 5,000-10,000 Guests of Honor who attend each event.
Event guests are treated as Guests of Honor at community outreaches events. Thousands attend to experience a poverty-free day filled with free food, services and hope.
The heart and soul of every one of our Community Events is compassion. Many Guests of Honor are working families living in, or on the fringes, of poverty. The Community Event gives them a hand up during difficult times.
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03 August 2017
We Are Dispensing Glasses
In August four Lions from our Club (Graham Forder, John Hammond, Dave Green and Bill Seawell) joined a Lions in Sight Mission to San Carlos Mexico. There were a total of four doctors and seven technicians. We were hosted by the local Lions Club. During the Mission the team distributed around 650 pairs of glasses.
At Lions District 4-C2, we believe that nothing should get in the way of organizations and volunteers coming together to do good things for the community, so we help make this happen for free.
We encourage women around the world to realize their value and reach their potential through job training and education.
We resource, empower and partner with rural churches through training, mentoring and coaching so they can enhance their presence in, and help strengthen, their communities.
Feeding children nutritious food opens doors to provide them and their families with education, clean water, job and agricultural training, a sense of hope and much more.
“We may not be able to change the choices people make, but we can definitely increase the choices that they have”