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Lions Quest Grants

Lions Quest Grants

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Lions Quest is LCIF’s social and emotional learning (SEL) program aimed at teaching kids positive life skills. The program educates kids in kindergarten through 12th grade on drugs and alcohol, bullying, peer pressure, relationship skills, and responsible decision making. More than 16 million youth have benefitted from Lions Quest over the past 30 years. More than 600,000 educators have been trained to implement the program in nearly 100 countries.

Lions Quest grants aid the implementation and expansion of Lions Quest in schools around the world. LCIF can award grants up to US$25,000 for districts or US$100,000 for multiple districts. Typical project activities include workshops to train educators, the purchase of textbooks and materials for workshops, program evaluation, and research. Grants can go toward the initial implementation of Lions Quest or the expansion of an existing Lions Quest program.

The Lions Quest grant applications are due no later than 90 days prior to the start of the Lions Quest Advisory Committee meetings, which take place in January and August. Click here to view the next application deadline.

NOTE: Criteria revisions and a new grant application will be coming soon.

Lions Quest Grant Materials

Recent implementation and expansion grants:

USA, District 49-A- US$100,000 was awarded to Lions in order to support the implementation of Lions Quest: Skills for Adolescence at all middle schools in Anchorage, Alaska; benefitting approximately 7,800 students in one of the most diverse areas of the USA.

India, Undistricted- US$100,000 was awarded to support the development of a gender-based violence prevention and gender equity curriculum for schools in India. The project piloted in Delhi in October 2017 to the benefit of 6th grade students from 9 schools.

Guatemala, District D-3- US$25,000 was awarded to Lions to implement the Lions Quest: Skills for Growing program at some of the neediest public schools in Guatemala City; benefitting more than 6,000 students.

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