centennial-plan-2014 - Lions Clubs International

Report
An Overview of
The LCI Centennial Theme
&
The Centennial Service Challenge
Update
Part 1:
Centennial Theme
Let the countdown begin.
Another century beckons.
Where There’s A Need, There’s A Lion
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The Centennial Logo
For print materials and
website use
For apparel items and
patches
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Centennial Roadmap
2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
2017-18
To launch April 2015
LCIF Achievements Highlighted In All Phases
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Centennial Volunteer Structure
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Global Structure in
place -- the
Centennial Action
Cmte. (CAC)
The CAC will reach
down to clubs
Directly interacts with
the LCI Board
Motivates & informs
Lions worldwide on
all things centennial
PIP J. Frank Moore III,
CAC Chair
CAC Members, a
worldwide committee
PIP Joe L Wroblewski,
Honorary CAC Chair
CAC is 20 persons
representing each
C.A. and key LCI
board committees.
MD Centennial
Coordinators
District Centennial
Coordinators
CLUBS, CLUBS, CLUBS
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Important Preparations Underway
• Building story archives and sustainable memorabilia
archives program
• Creating collection infrastructure/classification system
• Creating story banks for all Lions magazines to use and
have access to
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Important Preparations Underway (Continued)
• Promotional materials – design and copywriting
• Completing appointments of district and multiple district
centennial coordinators
• Video production (approximately one video per quarter
throughout centennial)
• Centennial Membership Plan being finalized for April
2015 launch
• Training
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Centennial Tools
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Portable LCI displays
Heritage Lions
Toolkits (in multiple formats)
Turnkey service ideas
Worldwide Service Project Weeks
Member Engagement Campaign
Mock up of portable
displays. One for each
forum and others for
museums, public events
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Centennial Tools (Continued)
• Lion For A Day campaign to have
celebrities and local officials to be
Lions for day.
• Documentary Film
• Centennial Book
• 100 Ways To Celebrate guideline
• Lions At Large advertising
campaign – advertising to
increase significantly
• More to come
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New Website Focused on the Centennial
www.Lions100.org
Mobile-Friendly
A one-stop shop for all things centennial
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The Future Is Ours
Lions In The Next Century
• Establish integrated program to define future vision for
LCI and LCIF
• Engage current/former Lions leadership
• Commission research to inform key ideas
• Collaborate with a well-known thought leader and other
external partners
• Unveil our future vision at 2017 Chicago Convention
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Part 2:
Centennial Service Challenge (CSC)
Launched 2014-15
The beginning of our multiyear centennial
celebration
Centennial Service Challenge
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Centennial Service Challenge
Key Service Areas:
• Scholarships
• Reading Action Program,
literacy & school supplies
• Refurbish Used Bikes &
Musical Instruments
• Peace Poster Contest
• Lions Quest
Key Service Areas:
• Food Pantries or Soup Kitchens
• Community Gardens in Areas of Need
• Meal Delivery to Seniors
Key Service Areas:
• Vision Screenings
• Supply Low Vision Aids
• Provision of Assistive
Technology
• Provision of Eyeglasses
• Eye Care for the Needy
Key Service Areas:
• Plant Trees
• Build/Maintain Water Wells
• Establish Recycling Programs
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Global Service Action Campaigns Updated
Call to Action Flyer –
Environment Example
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Global Service Action Campaign Materials – Con’t.
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CSC Reporting and Tracking
• SAR – Service Activity
Reporting (SAR) revised and
retooled for clubs to record and
report CSC participation
• CSC Icons, tasks, and links to
LCI website within MyLCI to
further promote CSC
• All eligible service project
categories that qualify for CSC
updated with the centennial
logo
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Recognition/Awards
Club Level Banner Patch
• One patch to club per fiscal year
• Patches are based on number of campaigns types reported
(up to 4, based on the 4 Global Service Action Campaigns)
Number and type of gem stone to recognize service in 1-to-4
areas of the CSC
• As soon as clubs report serving in 1 of the 4 areas, that will be
noted on the club’s SAR portal; clubs earning 4 gem stones
will have their patch mailed by March 15 of that year.
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Recognition/Awards
District Level Banner Patch
• Awarded one patch to district each fiscal year
• 50% or more of clubs in a district report participation in two or more
GSACs
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Recognition/Awards
Highest Level Award – Pin with gemstone
• Awarded at the end of the challenge (after June 2018)
• Two types of awards:
 Club Level Award - awarded to clubs who have obtained four
diamond banner patches (participated in all four GSACs, all four
campaign years)
 District Level Award - awarded to districts that have obtained
all four district patches (50% or more of clubs in a district
reported participation in two or more GSACs all four campaign
years)
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Fulfillment
• Reporting Deadline:
• Patches will be mailed annually
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Tracking Our Progress
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Progress to be updated on Lions100.org website
Quarterly updates regarding special goals
Continuous update on overall goal of 100 million
Highlight participating clubs with ticker tape
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Thank You!
• Get started by expanding service.
• Talk amongst your own club about a centennial club
project for your community in 2017 – never to early to
start planning.
• Visit Lions100.org often for various centennial updates.
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