Administration

Lions, Lioness and Leo Clubs District 201Q4

Queensland, Australia

Formation of a Club Branch

Club branches are a way that a club can diversify their membership by engaging a small group of at least five people who want to make a difference in their community. Club branches allow people to serve as Lions who may not be inclined to join the parent club. 

Members of a club branch become part of an existing parent club, but may hold independent meetings and activities. The parent club appoints a branch liaison to serve as the go-between for the parent and the club branch, allowing club branches a high level of autonomy from their parent if that is desired.

Forming a branch creates an opportunity for Lions clubs to expand in communities where it is difficult to reach the 20 member minimum necessary to charter a new club.

►   Link to LCI Club Branch Page

►   Link to Club Branch Guide

►   Download a Club Branch flyer

►  Relationships between the Host Club and Club Branch 

To discuss starting a branch club contact our District GMT Coordinator