About Lions club Of Kathmandu Sakura

Lions Club of Kathmandu Sakura a group of people who are dedicated to making our communities a better place to live, work and grow. Sakura registered under Lions club International District 325 B1 NEPAL . The club has 52 members, both men and women, with a wide age group. With like-minded people we provide real change and create opportunities in our communities. At Lions we make things happen. One more member gives us two more hands to do service in our community, at home and internationally. The world’s largest and most active service club organization of men and women who enjoy working together and making things happen. The motto of every Lions Club is 'We Serve'. Sakura Lions takes great pride in helping the sight or hearing impaired, support for the disabled or disadvantaged, giving opportunities to the young or aid to the elderly or raising the funds to make it all possible - Service always comes first for Sakura Lions Club and its members. Refer to our “Event’ page for the list of donations and assistance provided in the past months.

About Lions Clubs of International

Whenever a Lions club gets together, problems get smaller and communities get better. That's because we help where help is needed – in our own communities and around the world – with unmatched integrity and energy.

Where there’s a need, there’s a Lion. Lions Clubs International is the largest service club organization in the world. Our 1.4 million members perform valuable service in 210 countries and geographic areas around the globe. Lions are friends, family and neighbors who share a core belief: community is what we make it.

Our members do whatever is needed to help their local communities. Everywhere we work, we make friends. With children who need eyeglasses, with seniors who don’t have enough to eat and with people we may never meet.

In 1917, Melvin Jones, a 38-year-old Chicago business leader, told members of his local business club they should reach beyond business issues and address the betterment of their communities and the world. Jones' group, the Business Circle of Chicago, agreed. After contacting similar groups around the United States, an organizational meeting was held on June 7, 1917, in Chicago, Illinois, USA. The new group took the name of one of the invited groups, the "Association of Lions Clubs," and a national convention was held in Dallas, Texas, USA in October of that year. A constitution, by-laws, objects and a code of ethics were approved.

Within three years, Lions became an international organization. Since then, we've earned high marks for both integrity and transparency. We're a well-run organization with a steady vision, a clear mission, and a long – and proud – history.