DISTRICT'S 2022 - 2023 GOALS

Prior to becoming District Governor, the First Vice District Governor receives training, which includes a requirement to set goals for their year as Governor. These goals are set through consultation with the district’s leadership team, which includes the  District Governor, Vice-District Governors, Zone Chairs, and others. This year’s district goals are as follows:

  1. District 14-C will charter one conventional Lions Clubs and one Club Branch or Specialty Club.
  2. District 14-C will achieve a positive net membership growth of +1.
  3. District 14-C will lose less than 70 members (not including loss by death).
  4. District 14-C will institute a program to increase visibility of Lions and their work.
  5. District 14-C will meet or exceed the 2021-2022 reporting percentage … goal is to have 85% of club reporting service activities.
  6. District 14-C will donate at least $35,000 to LCIF with 100% club participation.
  7. District 14-C will conduct Club Officer, Zone Chair, and other training. All training will be reported by the District GLT Coordinator using LCI reporting tools. District will also promote Lions University, RLLI, and other training opportunities at symposiums and forums.
  8. District 14-C will organize and hold a district-wide fundraising event for a local charitable organization, such as the Children’s Aid Society, or other .

This is an ambitious set of goals, which will require the commitment of the district’s leadership team and the enthusiastic support of our clubs. Clubs that demonstrate their support for this year’s District Goals will be recognized with a Certificate of Achievement from the District Governor.

Updated 08/21/2022

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