Service Leadership Programs
What's New? Fundraising total as of 12/23/16: US$7,512,905
Are you ready to join a worldwide movement? Are you prepared to leave a lasting legacy on this Earth? If your answer is yes, unite with your 600,000 Kiwanis family members and UNICEF as we fight to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus, a deadly and painful disease that robs babies of their mother’s comforting touch.
Watch out, MNT; you’ve met your match!
The Kiwanis family will raise US$110 million to help eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus—and needs your support to do it! The money we raise is saving or protecting more than 61 million women and their future babies in 18 countries. All it takes is what you’d spend on a cup of coffee to save or protect one woman and her future newborns.
How can you help?
The Kiwanis Service Leadership Program members in K-Kids, Builders Club, Key Club, Circle K International and Aktion Club will focus on three key initiatives to raise funds to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus:
- Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF
This classic fundraiser is a great excuse for a fabulous event or party to bring your club together and raise some funds. All funds raised by the Kiwanis family support The Eliminate Project. Don’t forget your face paint!
- Eliminate Week and “Show Your Love, Save a Life”
Eliminate Week, celebrated by K-Kids, Builders Club, Key Club and Aktion Club, is a great way to rally your club members for a week focused on raising awareness and funds through a variety of exciting projects.
Circle K’s signature fundraiser, “Show Your Love, Save a Life,” happens around Valentine’s Day and incorporates love-inspired fundraising projects.
Be a hero! Clubs will be recognized for meeting and exceeding fundraising goals.
Let’s make history. Find your program’s page on the rightand click the link for information and resources to help make your club’s fundraising plans for The Eliminate Project a great success.
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