Youth Projects

Young Leaders in Service

These awards recognise young people who provide significant levels of service to their communities. There are two award levels:

The Silver Seal Award for young people who provide at least 50 hours of service to their community during a 12 month period.

The Gold Seal Award for those who provide at least 100 hours of service during a 12 month period.

Who is eligible to take part? The Lions Young Leaders in Service Awards recognise young people between the ages of 11 and 18 (school years 7 to 13).

How does it work? The Lions Young Leaders in Service Awards are sponsored by local Lions clubs. Clubs may recognise as many young people as they find eligible, inviting local schools, Leo Clubs and other youth groups to participate.

Each young person will be provided with a logbook in which to record their service activities. These activities are in a number of different categories - all the hours can be from the same activity or from a variety of services.

It could also include protecting our environment. Young people may also wish to assist their local Youth Club or Lions Club in fundraising or welfare activities. All these activities count as hours towards the award.

Here in Midhurst our club is  extremely proud to have a Gold Award from our 'adopted' Rogate Youth Club.

Cara works tirelessly for her community and has achieved 100 hours of community service to qualify. 

                                               Cara certificare


Organised by Lions around the world, the Lions International Youth Camp Program provides young people (ages 16-22) with an opportunity to meet and share cultural viewpoints.


Generally, Lions Youth Exchange visits are two to four weeks in duration. Many youth exchangees also participate in one-week Lions international youth camps.


Youth Exchange visits enable the young person to:-


Youth Exchange Programme



How the Program Works

The success of the youth exchange program is the result of cooperation among many people.The program begins when:

When a Lions club agrees to sponsor a young person as a Lions youth exchangee, it accepts responsibility for:

Host Lions clubs accept responsibility for:

The sponsoring Lions club, the youth's family, or both, are responsible for the cost of the young person's international travel and insurance.

Costs incurred while in the host country are the responsibility of the host Lions club.

The host family agrees to provide the young person with housing and meals in the home:

Lions, their friends, and other local volunteers can serve as Lions youth exchange host families. It is not mandatory for host families to have children the same age as the Lions youth exchangee.

However, host families should enjoy the company of young people.

Host families agree to provide meals and lodging for the young person. In exchange, the young visitor agrees to participate in daily family activities.

After residing with a host family for a week or two, exchangees may relocate to a second host family. Following this most young people usually may attend a local Lions international youth camp.

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