Worldwide update coming on April 24, 2014!

Around the world, the Kiwanis family continues to make a dramatic difference in the fight to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus. As of March 31, 2014, The Eliminate Project has raised more than US$50.3 million, which will save or protect more than 27.9 million women and their future babies from tetanus. That is the equivalent of saving the entire country of Nepal.

Where do we currently stand in our efforts? Find out during Worldwide Report Day V as district teams report their current progress and plan to collectively reach our US$110 million goal with Campaign Chairman Randy DeLay.

With roughly 15 months left in The Eliminate Project fundraising campaign, each day counts as does each and every Kiwanis club and club member. Kiwanis needs you.

Here’s how you can help:

  • Announce Worldwide Report Day. After circling April 24 on your calendar, invite members of your club, division and district to participate.
  • Make your commitment. Increase your district’s progress by asking your Kiwanis club to consider a Model Club commitment or to increase your club’s existing commitment. Report your club’s progress to your division coordinator. 
  • Publicize your efforts to save lives. Customize this press release by filling in the highlighted areas and then send it to local media contacts. 
  • Witness the progress live. Visit throughout the day on April 24 for updates. You can also follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

We are on our way to raising US$110 million and keeping our promise to protect the connection between more than 61 million mothers and their babies. History is within our reach. What will you, your club, your division and your district do to be a part of it?

Review the results from the previous Worldwide Report Days:
January 21, 2014
November 7, 2013
May 23, 2013
January 16, 2013
May 22, 2012