Lionism

If you're interested in volunteering, leading projects, networking, and having lots of fun – you can do all of this and more as a Lions club member. As a Lion, you'll perform local volunteer work to improve your community, help organise events and fund-raisers around the coast province.

 

Volunteer Work Benefits

Becoming a Lions club member gives you the opportunity to do volunteer work locally – or internationally. Make new friends and professional connections. Lead projects that make your community a better place to live and improve the lives of people you feel need help or a friend they can count on.

See what our Lions club members have being doing in the past and today. Also find out what we have to say about volunteer work benefits.

Community Service

This is donated service or activity that is performed by someone or a group of people for the benefit of the public or a society. Community service also provides a helping hand for a community who are facing severe poverty and cannot afford simple everyday necessities.





For the mere satisfaction that I get in my heart and for the service we're providing the less fortunate people, I'm really proud to be a Lion.

David Mutayisa, Uganda





Fun and Friendship

Volunteering is all about fun and games. Whether it is a fund raiser or a service activity we tend to make it as lively as possible with alot of laughter and games to show to people around us that we enjoy what we do and that being a Lion is fun.

With a lot of our service activities being held at schools and orphanages, we mix a bit of entertainment in our work so as to please the children and to add a spark of excitement into volunteering.

Leadership Skills

Leadership skills include planning projects, motivating individuals, giving feedback and building teams. Many employers consider these skills — often termed as soft skills which are higly recognised by employers. We encourage students or school leavers to take part during our service activities to gain the experience they need to prosper towards a career in volunterring or teaching.

 

How to become a Lion Bahari Member?

Membership in Lions Clubs International is by invitation only, from one of the members of a Lions club. To learn more, or to be considered for membership, a candidate should contact a member of a local Lions club.  If there is not a Lions Club nearby, a candidate should contact a Lion from another area to help them start a Lions Club in their own community.

 

If you wish to join the Lions Club of Mombasa Bahari you need to be invited by a member of the club to attend at least one Regular meeting of our club and a Service Activity which are held once a month. Once accepted you will be required to pay a one off joining fee and an annual subscription fee which caters for International & District dues & also Club expenses (which covers for one dinner every month & the various activities the club holds. After payment of these fees you will be inducted as a member and you will get a membership pin, a certificate and a yellow service jacket. You will get orientated in order to feel part and parcel of the fine club.

 

Please email info@lionsbahari.com to find out more.