Community & Environmental Programs
Lions are kind and generous people who want to help. That’s why we work on projects to improve our communities and protect the environment.
- Lions perform hands-on community service through Lions Crew at Work projects, including remodeling a non-profit community center, painting a shelter for the homeless or repairing a public park or playground.
- And around the world, Lions demonstrate our commitment to the environment through Lions Green Team projects that protect the planet by cleaning the environment, planting trees, recycling and educating others.
Adopt A HighwayToday we completed our periodic cleanup of our section of the Likelike Highway as part of the Adopt A Highway program! We are pleased to do our part to keep the community clean. Many thanks to Lions Michael Young, Jack Schweigert, Abe Wong, Kin Ching, Dennis Ting and Mick Laconsay. Read More »
Keeaumoku Bus Stop PaintingThis weekend our club thoroughly cleaned, then painted the bus stop in front of WalMart on Keeaumoku St. Maintaining bus stops and painting over the graffiti is one of the service projects we do to make our community better. While working, we received many compliments from people as they walked by, appreciative of the improvements. […]Read More »
Institute for Human Services (IHS) Service EventThis past week we had the privilege to assist the Institute for Human Services (IHS) with their dinner service at the women’s and family shelter. It is a wonderful and worthy experience to help their clients. We were happy to see their clients enjoy hot food, even president Jack enjoyed a plate!! Big mahalos to […]Read More »
International Friendship Tree PicnicOn October 26, 2001 the Lions Club of Honolulu, along with our sister clubs Hiroshima Lions Club, Osaka-Minami Lions Club, Kurashiki-Achi Lions, and Higashi-Osaka Nishi Lions, planted a small tree at Magic Island which is known as the “International Friendship Tree.” Over the years, Lions from our clubs continued to meet under the tree to […]Read More »
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