About Lions
Our Vision
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Serve with passion for a better tomorrow.


Our Mission
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Work collaboratively with the growing membership by committing our skills and resources to provide services that will improve the quality of life and make a difference in people affected by poverty or emergencies irrespective of religion, race or politics.


The International Philosophy of Lionism was introduced to Sri Lanka on the 1st of April 1958 as a club extension from the South Indian District of 304. The first Club was named – the Lions Club of Colombo, later re-named as the Lions Club of Colombo Host. With the growth of Lionism, Provincial District Status was granted subsequently as District 306 under the stewardship of Sri Lanka’s first District Governor-the Late Lion K. Satchithananda.

As Lionism extended its service activities outside Colombo, new clubs were formed rapidly. In order to better fulfill both administrative and service requirements, District 306 was divided in 1978, to two District – namely 306 A and B. With this division, Sri Lanka’s Multiple District 306 was born. Under the new structure, the two sub District 306 A and 306 B were able to serve more effectively. With the passage of time, District 306 A & B expanded their network steadily. For administrative purposes, the need for redistricting was once again necessary and in 1998 the Multiple District 306 re-demarcated to three Sub District. i.e.-306 A, B & C.

Due to the positive growth of Lionisum in Sri Lanka once again in the year 2004/2005 another redistricting programme was carried out re-demarcating to 6 Sub Districts – namely 306 A1 & A2, B1 & B2, C1 & C2. This small but dynamic Multiple District is honored with four Past International Directors and Past International President Lion Mahinda Amarasuriya.

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