Lions Clubs Centennial Commemorative Coin

In celebration of 100 years of humanitarian service, Lions Clubs International is working with the United States Mint to produce a limited-edition, exquisitely crafted silver dollar coin.  Purchase your coin today from Lions Club Supplies (instructions), or the United States Mint.

The coin features Lions founder Melvin Jones and the Lions Clubs logo on the front and a family of lions with a globe behind them on the reverse.

This commemorative coin is crafted to be rich in the symbolic history of Lions first century of service. Each coin is packaged in its own presentation case and is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.

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For a limited time only, you can order this historic Lions Centennial keepsake and support the life-changing work of Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF). For each coin sold, US$10 is authorized to be paid to LCIF. This represents a US$4 million opportunity to improve the lives of people in need through LCIF initiatives around the world.

These collectible coins make great gifts for family and friends and are the perfect way to show appreciation to your club members for outstanding service.

Supplies Are Limited

Lions Clubs Centennial coins will be available on a first come, first-served basis. Once sold out, no additional coins will be minted.

These commemorative coins will only be for sale during calendar year 2017. They are available for purchase from LCI Club Supplies (instructions) and the United States Mint.

Share in the Celebration

With your help, we can sell every Lions Centennial Coin and maximize the contribution to LCIF. Share your Centennial coin on social media using the #Lions100 hashtag. Download the Centennial coin flyer and PowerPoint presentation and get your club members excited about owning this beautiful keepsake!

For More Information

View the Questions and Answers sheet to learn more about the Lions Clubs Commemorative Coin.

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