How you can

Become a Member

Lions Clubs International has over 1.45 million volunteer members in over 210 countries. We are the largest humanitarian service organisation in the world and strive to be global leaders in humanitarian projects with service every day both in local communities and  throughout the world.

If you’d like to find out more, support our projects, join us here in the South East or feel Lions International is something you would like to be part of then there are two routes you could explore.

One route is to send an email to our District Membership Officer, Howard Lee and ask him to give you a ring. He has been an active member for a good few years and there is not much he doesn’t know about Lions Clubs in the South East.

The second route would be to use the Club Locator below. Just click on any of the Lions logos for details of how to contact a Club nearby. They will always be pleased to hear from you and be happy to explain what they do in their Club and invite you to come and see for yourself.

Find out where your nearest Lions Club is in

The South East District

District 105SE, formed as it is by some 60 active Lions Clubs throughout the South East of England plays a crucial part in helping thousands of people in the region through a variety of projects and activities.

The District has over 1,200 members in Surrey, Sussex, Kent and London (south of the Thames). We have said for some time that Where There’s a Need There’s a Lion and that is as true in the South East as it is throughout the worldwide organisation of Lions Clubs International.

Each of our Lions Clubs is unique focussing as they do on projects and causes important to their own local community.

Do you have some spare time and want to


Every Lions Club throughout the South East is always very pleased to welcome volunteers either on a regular basis or simply to support a single event. Getting involved couldn’t be easier. If you know there is a Club near you then give them a call. If you are not sure of their contact details then try a web search for Lions Clubs Near Me or use the Club Locator above.

If you like working with them and find that you had fun and enjoyed their fellowship then why not ask them about other projects you could be involved with or even joining Lions?