40%of India’s population is under 18.
35 million children between the ages of 6-14 do not attend school.
1 out of every 6 girls does not live to see her 15th birthday.
Over 50% of children are malnourished.
Statistics from Smile Foundation India
Leos play such an important role in the service mission of Lions. LCIF India values the contributions of young people to their communities as volunteers and service leaders. Anything we can do to encourage and enhance their service is a win for all of India.
Our most comprehensive program for youth, Lions Quest unites the home, school, and community to cultivate capable and healthy young people through positive social and emotional learning curriculum. Lions Quest’s impact:
700,000 educators have been trained.
18,000,000 youth have been taught positive life skills.
109 countries have implemented the program.
Translated into 49 languages.
We proudly partner with organizations that are as dedicated as we are to protecting the future of our young people and providing them with opportunities to make a difference in their communities.
Youth Cause Flyer
Learn more about Lions work in Youth. Customized by Constitutional Area.
Leo Service Grant
Anything we can do to encourage and enhance their service is a win for all of India.
Lions Quest Program
Our most comprehensive program for youth, Lions Quest unites the home, school and community to cultivate capable and healthy young people through positive youth development programs. 700,000 educators have …
Gender-Based Violence Prevention
LCIF, in collaboration with Breakthrough Communications PL and the Independent Television …
Beating the Odds to Make Sure Other Children also Thrive
The Gajapatnagaram Lions Club of India, sponsored by the Burr Ridge-Hinsdale-Oak Brook Lions Club in the United States, was awarded a grant from LCIF. The US$5,000 grant..