Our amazing Lions and their respective clubs are committed to helping others. We take our convictions and turn them into action. Think you would be a good fit? Get in touch for more information!
When a group of people joins together and roll up their sleeves and take action on projects to make their community better, it’s a beautiful thing and an incredible feeling for everyone involved. Being a Lion is about leading by example, building relationships and improving the world through kindness.
District 35-N is comprised of Lions clubs located in Florida, Aruba, Bahamas, Bonaire, and Curacao. Our mission is delivered every day by our Lions and Leos throughout our district. These Lions serve their communities' humanitarian needs, and encourage peace and promote international understanding through their individual club's work.
District 35-N is structured to support all Lions clubs in the region through hands-on training and ongoing communications. Every district chair is available to provide each club with access to the District's assets and expertise. Our commitment to our clubs is unwavering.
District 35-N and its 61 Lions clubs focus on supporting humanitarian causes that benefit the well being of our communities in the district we serve. These causes are Vision, Disaster Relief, Diabetes, The Environment, Student Support, Youth Support, Hunger and many more.
Miami Buena Vista-Biltmore, collected and delivered to WINN DIXIE (recycling depository), 10 plastic bags (10lbs each) to continue with our environmental service project. This project consists of collecting 500 lbs. of plastic bags in exchange for a park bench to be donated by TREX COMPANY.
Miami Buena Vista collected and recycled 172 pairs of glasses during the last week of August.
Chocolates donated by District 35-N to Hospital Staff - Therapists and Nurses - at Miami Mercy Hospital and Broward Memorial Hospital Pembroke.
Ribbon-cutting ceremony for Inianton Community Park a Garden. LCI provided a $5,000 community grant
Monthly District 35-N Farm Share food distribution at Miami Springs Clubhouse serving 500 units of food to the community. The District Hunger Committee is rocking it!
Ground breaking ceremony in Curacao for the All-Inclusive Playground.
Chocolates to first responders- firefighter and police.
Books and chocolates to St Dominick, Don Bosco, and Hispanic library donated by Lion Fernando Medina.
Another mission accomplished by Lions of District 35N.
The foundation has just approved a $25,000 grant to buy electronic devices for blind children (mainly talking computers.) Due to the current pandemic, these children will not be able to attend their special classes and without these devices would be cut off from their studies and could fall behind.
This is in addition to $27,300 previously granted for this purpose earlier in the year. It brings total foundation grants in 2020 to various entities to $98300. During the past five years, it has disbursed almost $400,000.
In 1946 Lion Edward Dalton purchased 100 shares of IBM at approximately $900 and donated them to the club. This was a very generous gift because $900 then was equivalent to $13,708 today. His gift carried two stipulations: (1) the money was to be used to start a club foundation, and (2) the stock and subsequent dividends were not to be touched for ten years. He said in his presentation speech "I believe the company has a good future." He was absolutely right. Within ten years it grew to $160,000 including splits.
In 2021 the Miami Lions Club Foundation will celebrate 75 years of service to the blind.
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Our district provides an opportunity for youth and young adults to serve in their communities, and develop leadership skills and grow as individuals. There are Alpha Leos (ages 12-18) and Omega Leos (ages 18-30).
There are 61 Lions clubs in our district. Each club is filled with people like you ready to take action and serve others. Lions form unique friendships and meaningful connections that can last a lifetime.
The Service Journey is an approach to living and serving well. To making a real difference people can see and feel. It encompasses four simple phases: Learn, Discover, Act, and Celebrate.