District 202M Awards

  1. District 202M Awards will be assessed over the preceding calendar year at Convention in March of the next year.

  2. Awards may applied for by – clubs, Zone Chairmen or an individual person.

  3. Application must be submitted in writing to the District Governors nominated Awards Committee by 20 January each year.

  4. A project can be considered for one or more award categories. However once recognised with an award, that project will not be considered in any other categories.

  5. A project which has previously been recognised with an award, will have an automatic 5 year stand down period before it can be considered again (only applies to ongoing and/or long standing club projects).

  6. Where a District Award can be submitted for a Multiple District Award the criteria will be the same as for the Multiple District Award and submissions should be of a standard for the District winner to be forwarded directly to the Multiple District for consideration.

  7. Criteria  for  Multiple  District  and  District  202M  Awards  are  on  Lions  website www.lionsclubs .org.nz

  8. The decision of the District Governor is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

1.  District 202M Project Award

  1. The  purpose  of  this  award  is  to  encourage  participation  in  Community Service Projects.  It is permissible for each Lions or Leo Club to submit one entry each Lions year for consideration for this award.

  1. Judging will follow the MD Ron Usmar Award criteria.

2.  District 202M Membership Award

  1. The aim is to recognise Clubs who have worked extremely hard to increase their membership, and have achieved this goal.

  1. The Club with the highest net gain in membership for the preceding calendar year will be presented with this award at the next following convention.

  1. Judging will follow the MD Keith Mitchell Award criteria.

  1. The entry sent to MD may differ from the District winner as the MD Award is based on the previous Lions’ year and the entry we forward need to reflect this.

3.  District 202M Youth Award

  1. The winning entry of the District Contest will be forwarded to the Executive Officer as the District’s Entry to the Pat Ryan Youth Award.

  1. Judging will follow the MD Pat Ryan Award criteria.

4.  District 202M Sight Award

  1. The award is to be presented to an individual Lion or Lions Club in District 202 M for the most innovative vision related project.

  1. Judging will follow the MD LEI Award criteria.

5.  District 202M Bulletin Awards

   Bulletin Award.

  1. This Award is for the best paper Bulletin. The Inform Editor must receive the Club Bulletin each month; - the Club that does not follow this procedure is automatically eliminated from entry.

  2. Judging will follow the MD Ron Rowe Award criteria.

      Electronic Bulletin Award.

  1. This Award is for the best electronic Bulletin. The Inform Editor must receive the Club Bulletin each month; - the Club that does not follow this procedure is automatically eliminated from entry.

  2. Judging will follow the MD Morrison McDougal Award criteria.

6. District 202M Use of Club Webpages on MD202 website

  1. To promote the use of the MD202 Website within District 202M.

  2. Click here for Criteria for this award

7. District 202M Administration Award

       This award is presented to the Club, which, in the opinion of the District Awards Committee
        has performed with distinction, and in addition has met administration and reporting criteria. Click here for more details.

8. Trust Awards

District 202M Lloyd Morgan Lions Clubs Charitable Trust Support Award.

Aim is to encourage Lions Clubs to give regular support to the Lloyd Morgan Lions Clubs Charitable Trust.  For further criteria Click Here

Lions Clubs International Foundation.

  1.   Aim is to encourage Lions Clubs to give regular support to LCIF
  2. Awarded to the club who has made the largest donation, based on a pro rata basis

9. District 202M Top Club

  1. To the club which may not be the top in an individual area but has the best all round performance.

  2. Club must have met the criteria and applied for the club excellence award by the 30 September deadline for the previous Lions year. Click here for further criteria.

 

 

 

 

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