Lions Clubs International & ZMS Cable

Founded in 1917 by American Melvin Jones, Lions Clubs International is the world’s largest service organization. It has 48,000 clubs and 1.5 million members. Members are distributed in 209 countries and regions of the world, and the headquarters is located in the United States.
The English name of Lions Clubs International is “LIONS”, in which “L” stands for Liberty, “I” stands for Intelligently, “O” stands for Overseas Lions, “O” stands for Overseas Lions, and “O” stands for Overseas Lions. LIONS is the English name of Lions Clubs International, where “L” stands for Liberty, “I” stands for Intelligently, “O” stands for Our, “N” stands for Nation’s, and “S” stands for Safety. These letters together become “LIONS”, which is known as “Lions Clubs International”.

About Lions Clubs International

Establishment of Lions Clubs International

In 1917, in response to the social problems caused by World War I and rapid industrialization, a Chicago businessman named Mowen Jones invited chambers of commerce from across the United States to a meeting. It was at this meeting that the Lions Club Association was formed.

Only three years after its founding, the Border City Lions Club of Windsor, Canada was formed, and the Association of Lions Clubs has since become an international organization. By that time, Lions had clubs in 23 states in the United States with a total of 6,400 members.

Rapid Expansion of Lions Clubs International

In 2002, the Lions Clubs of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) Branch in Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, was established on May 14th and was the first international service club approved by the national government to be established in mainland China. 2010, the PRC’s Beijing Preparatory District 315 was established on March 6th and has more than 550 Lions today. 2011, the Zhejiang Membership Management Committee of the Lions Clubs of China (LCC) met the requirements of the Lions Clubs International Standard District with 1,326 members in 51 service teams. On August 7, 2011, the Lions Clubs of China Zhejiang Membership Management Committee met the requirements of the Lions Clubs International Standard District, with 1,326 members on 51 service teams. on April 4, 2012, the Lions Clubs of China Shenyang Membership Management Committee completed the creation of the 387 International Standard District. 

Lions Clubs International - Knights of the Blind

Lions Clubs International has been in good standing with the United Nations since its inception in 1945. It was also the non-governmental organization invited to participate in the drafting of the United Nations Charter.
Lions Clubs have a worldwide reputation for service to the blind and visually impaired. This service began on June 30, 1925, after Helen Keller attended an international conference in Cedar City, Ohio. For this reason, Lions are also known as the “Knights of the Blind“.

Purpose of Lions Clubs International

Lions Clubs International Flag

Purpose of Lions Clubs International

At the 1932 Annual International Convention in Los Angeles, International General President Julian Hyer challenged members to dive in and work hard to help the association grow, stating, “The true spirit of Lionism means practical sacrifice.”.Hyer urged the Lions not to back down and become a force for good. In every club, he said, “Members with tough business problems need your help. Like those who are blind and needy, let’s watch our members closely. Some of our best leaders are facing stormy financial times. Lions care for their groups.” Judge Hyer emphasized that “anything can be sacrificed, except membership. “

The scope of the Chinese Lions Federation’s public welfare volunteer services involves mobilizing and developing social resources, encouraging, guiding, and organizing members to assist the community in helping the disabled, the poor, the needy, and the elderly; rescuing damages caused by natural disasters, accidental calamities, and emergencies, such as public health incidents; promoting the development of education, science and other causes; and other philanthropic activities to promote the public welfare cause.

Lions Clubs International & ZMS Cable Deeds

1985: Expanding Disaster Relief Support

At 7.19 a.m. on September 19, 1985, a powerful earthquake of magnitude 8.1 struck the bottom of the Pacific Ocean off the southwestern coast of Mexico, and the waves of the earthquake reached Mexico City in about two minutes. At once, the entire earth in the city suddenly trembled violently, and in just 90 seconds, 30% of the buildings in the city center were reduced to rubble. In this earthquake, the affected area of 32 square kilometers, 8,000 buildings were damaged to varying degrees, more than 7,000 people died, 11,000 people were injured, and more than 300,000 people were homeless. September 19 was called “the saddest day in Mexico City“.

LCIF Allocates First Major Disaster Grant in the Amount of $50,000 to Provide Assistance for Mexico Earthquake Today, we continue to step up in times of crisis with grants to support our relief efforts. Today, we continue to step up in times of crisis with grants to support our relief efforts.

Kick Off the SightFirst Campaign

Lions Clubs sponsor programs around the world to help restore sight and prevent blindness. Over the past 30 years more than 488 million people have been affected.

The Lions made donations for common eye diseases such as glaucoma and cataracts to help the needy with the treatment of eye diseases. There was also a focus on nearsightedness and farsightedness in the youth population.

Relief to Flood-Affected Areas

On July 20, Zhengzhou was hit by a once-in-a-thousand-year rainstorm, and the town was surrounded by raging floodwaters, with many dangerous situations, including Laoguntang Village, Donghenan Village, and Xixing Village, where water filled into the first and second floors of the resident’s houses, and a lot of villagers were trapped on the roofs of their bungalows. There are more than 100 families in the whole village of Xi Xing village waiting for rescue.

ZMS cable company the understanding of the situation the first time led the company’s employees to give donations to the relief, to stabilize, and donated several flood relief supplies.

Happiness Dedication Development

As one of the strongest members of Lions Clubs International, ZMS Cables is very willing to work hand in hand with many partners to make its contribution to global social development, natural disasters, public welfare, and so on.