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  • WORLDWIDE REPORT DAY VII WAS A GREAT SUCCESS!

    On November 12, 2014, The Eliminate Project campaign team rallied together for the seventh Worldwide Report Day—celebrating district and worldwide achievements and the Kiwanis family’s commitment to save women and babies from maternal and neonatal tetanus (MNT).

    Our efforts through The Eliminate Project are making a big difference. The number of babies dying from neonatal tetanus dropped more than 15 percent between 2010 and 2013, according to a new report by the Child Health Epidemiology Reference Group. Approximately 9,000 fewer babies are dying each year thanks to Kiwanis, UNICEF and its partners!

    We’re on the verge of turning a global effort into a worldwide achievement. Today’s calls reminded me of how far we have come in our mission to eliminate this deadly disease and keep families whole. Highlights from the calls include 828 Model Clubs, an increase of 272 since our last Worldwide Report Day, and 531 more Model Clubs to target by January 2015.

    During the calls, each district discussed plans to meet its fundraising goal. What we do in the coming months is critical. Women and babies are counting on us, so we need to put these plans to work and eliminate MNT once and for all.

    I appreciate all who called in, the entire team that contributed to these reports and everyone who followed the results on the website. The dedication of our global team of volunteers continues to amaze me. Today, much like the success of the campaign, is truly a team effort. We are one step closer to eliminating MNT. Congratulations to all on our seventh Worldwide Report Day!

    Blessed beyond measure,
    Chairman Randy DeLay

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Worldwide Report Day
November 12, 2014


 

Call time 
(EDT)

District District Coordinator
Model Clubs (as of Oct. 16, 2014)
Increase since Oct. 1, 2013
Target Model Clubs (by Jan. 2015)
Documented Lead and Major Gifts AVG gift per member as of Oct. 16
Totals

828  272 531  282 $308.31
7:00 AM  Japan  Kit Kitazato  15  1 9  7  $687.18
7:10 AM Korea   Tae Keun Park  0 2  0  $78.54
7:20 AM  Philippine South Peewee Galindez   Failed to Report
 7:30 AM  Philippine Luzon   Efi Taylor  5  0  $39.60
 7:40 AM  Taiwan   Vivian Tsai Failed to Report 
7:50 AM  Malaysia  Yap Yun Fatt  13  0  2  5  $475.82
 8:00 AM   Italy-San Marino Salvatore Costanza   24  2  0   0  $235.13
 8:10 AM  France-Monaco  Eliane Ott-Scheffer   35  12  9   1  $255.17
 8:20-8:40 AM - Break
 8:40 AM   Austria Paul Lürzer   2  9  1  $277.21
 8:50 AM Germany   Jürgen Winkelsen
Feridun Bahadori
 1  10  0  $152.21
 9:00 AM  Switzerland-Liechtenstein Werner Wild   8  4  7  1  $248.96
 9:10 AM   Norden  Carl-Erik Thielemann  2  2  13  0  $139.76
 9:20 AM Netherlands  Sjoerd Timmermans
Gert van Lieshout 
 7  4  0  0  $354.39
 9:30 AM  Iceland  Óskar Guðjónsson
Ástbjörn Egilsson
 3  2  4  0  $152.21
 9:40 AM  Belgium-Luxembourg Guido De Bie   27  11  16  2  $256.85
  9:50-10:00 AM - Break
10:00 AM Ohio   Cindy Champer  33  5  3  4  $214.19
10:10 AM Wisconsin-Upper Michigan  Marv Amundson  3  1  5  1  $69.71
10:20 AM  Pennsylvania Ethan McBeth   16  2  7  2  $146.80
10:30 AM New England  Dan Bennett   7  4  5  4  $122.62
10:40 AM West Virginia  Ray Richardson   6  2  5  1   $218.95 
10:50 AM   Michigan  Dick Buttery  15  5  10  4  $188.46
 11:00 AM  New Jersey Michael Mulhaul   9  4  5  4  $573.28
 11:10 AM  New York  Sister Anne-Marie Kirmse  9  4  6  6  $129.02
11:20 AM  Eastern Canada & Caribbean   Jim Garey  17  4  2  4 $244.58 
11:30 AM   Western Canada Ralph Liepold   17  0  2  0  $694.35
 11:40 AM   Andean & Central America  Julio Linares Failed to Report 
 11:50 AM  Lead & Major Gifts  John Mayfield   n/a  n/a  n/a  137  n/a
12:00 PM-12:50 PM - Break 
 12:50 PM  Service Leadership Programs  Jeffrey Wolff  n/a  n/a  n/a  n/a  n/a
 1:00 PM  Capital  John Tyner  14  4  7  4  $263.39
 1:10 PM  Florida  Chuck & Emilia Gugliuzza  42  15  18  11  $270.82
 1:20 PM   La-Miss-W. Tenn  Dennis Oliver 31  9  12  3  $292.23
1:30 PM   Kentucky-Tennessee Sue Fleschner   14  5  24  12  $225.02
1:40 PM   Alabama Tammy Driskill   6  1  8  2  $140.72
1:50 PM   Georgia John Holley   24  4  20  6  $202.72
2:00 PM   Carolinas Tom Dimmock & Elizabeth Tezza  41  13   5  1  $422.90
 2:10 PM-2:20 PM -  Break
 2:20 PM  Nebraska-Iowa  Jim Dane  29  15  23  4  $320.49
 2:30 PM  Kansas  Dot Leakey  22  19  15  0  $244.85
 2:40 PM  Indiana  Terry White 10   4  19  8  $148.52 
 2:50 PM Texas-Oklahoma  Francine Eikner  50   22  28  3   $213.02 
 3:00 PM  Missouri-Arkansas Jerry Martin   35  18  24  3  $224.61
 3:10 PM  Illinois-Eastern Iowa  John & Roxanne Vanderheyden  33  10  33  7 $227.18 
 3:20 PM-3:30 PM - Break
 3:30 PM  Southwest  Ron Smith  31  5  16  3  $307.16
 3:40 PM Minnesota-Dakotas  Bill Daugherty  28  18   3  $260.47
 3:50 PM  Utah-Idaho  Cheryl Juntenen  10  0  $175.17
 4:00 PM Montana   Ed Mangis  1 10   2  $182.65
 4:10 PM  Rocky Mountain  Dawn Ignatius  2 11   $146.91
 4:20 PM Cal-Nev-Ha  Rocci Barsotti, Mark McDonald, Cherice Gilliam   38  15  70  11 $183.10 
 4:30 PM  Pacific Northwest  Gail Spurrell & Ann Boyce 13   10  28  0  $89.90
 4:40 PM-4:50 PM - Break
4:50 PM  New Zealand Bob Reay  8  0  1  1  $222.43
 5:00 PM   Australia Steve Hughes   19  2  2  0  $609.34