Lions serve their communities.

District 37 Lions Clubs focus on five areas of service: sight, hearing, diabetes, persons in need, and disaster response. Local clubs also provide a variety of services to meet community needs.


Lions are leaders.

As we serve, we grow. Montana District 37 provides leadership training opportunities two to three times a year to prepare and equip members to serve as officers within their clubs, regions and/or district.


Lions are everywhere.

There are over 46,500 Lions Clubs around the world, with over 1.4 million members serving in more than 210 countries. Our organization has no political or religious affiliations, and all are welcome.

Join your local Lions Club today

Become a hero.

Not every hero wears a cape. In fact, you may be surprised to find that you’re surrounded by Lions, because we look just like you. We’re comprised of people from every background, age group, color and creed. But we share one common goal: to serve those in need.

Where To Find Us

Wherever you are, there’s a Lions Club.

Montana District 37, which covers the entire state, has 59 Lions Clubs. From Dillon to Sidney, from Baker to Whitefish, from Turner to Red Lodge, and all points in between, we’ve got the Big Sky State covered. 

Did you know that there are Lions Clubs specifically geared toward youth? LCI currently has over 140,000 Leos (Leadership, Experience, Opportunity) serving in over 7,200 clubs worldwide, including right here in Montana. Click here to find the closest Leo Club near you, or to find out how to establish one in your community.

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News & Events

Catch up on the latest service projects, community fundraisers, meetings, and other Montana District 37 activities.

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