• Hot summer fundraising ideas

    Summer is upon us. That means longer days, warmer weather and the opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors. Why not enjoy the season with friends, family and your community while supporting The Eliminate Project? Try one of these eight summer fundraising ideas:

    Car wash: Get out the buckets and suds, create signs and select a location. This popular summer fundraiser is perfect for groups of all sizes and ages. Give a flier or campaign brochure to customers that explains more about The Eliminate Project.

    Field day: The first step is choosing a location, like a nearby school. Then select your fun, outdoor events. Popular activities include a water-balloon toss, slip ‘n slide races and tug-of-war. You can collect ...

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  • Key Club sells clay flowers to support The Eliminate Project



    By Bow (Sopicha) Vongvanij, Buchholz High School Key Club President, Florida District

    In celebration of Eliminate Week, the Buchholz High School Key Club in Florida hosted a booth at Haile’s Arts and Crafts Festival. The booth sold hand-made clay flowers sponsored by Unya’s Clayflower to fundraise for The Eliminate Project.

    In addition the club set out donation boxes and candy for attendees. The day raised US$500 for The Eliminate Project, which will help save or protect nearly 280 women and their future babies from maternal and neonatal tetanus (MNT).

    Following Eliminate Week, Buchholz High School Key Club officers participated in a Kiwanis conference dinner where they presented the funds to Florida district governor and district coordinator for the campaign, Chuck ...

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  • What to share: A special message from Kenya

    The Kiwanis family is making history through The Eliminate Project. Thanks to the efforts of districts, clubs and members, we are helping UNICEF provide vaccines and education to women around the world—ultimately protecting families from the deadly effects of tetanus.

    Watch as Charlet Long Little, a member of the San Antonio Army Residence Golden K Kiwanis Club, recalls the gratitude expressed by teachers, doctors and healthcare workers in Kenya for Kiwanis and The Eliminate Project. Then share her inspiring video message with club members, family and friends so they can see how UNICEF and Kiwanis are, again, making a difference in the lives of countless families around the world.

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  • Club spotlight: Kiwanis Club of Barrie

    By Douglas Court, Barrie Kiwanis Club president, Eastern Canada and the Caribbean District

    Photo caption: The Kiwanis Club of Barrie presents a check to Kiwanis International President Dr. John Button. From left to right: Barrie Club Vice President Robert Johnson, Dr. John Button, Barrie Club President Douglas Court.


    The Kiwanis Club of Barrie in Ontario, Canada has been on board to help save women and babies since the beginning of The Eliminate Project fundraising campaign. When the campaign kicked off at the Kiwanis International convention in Las Vegas, representatives from the Barrie club were in attendance, learning all that they could from the presentations and seminars.

    “We had an excellent understanding of the horrors of maternal and neonatal tetanus and ...

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  • Thank you to our newest donors

    Thank you to our newest donors (4/18/15-5/15/15) who will help save lives and eliminate MNT forever. 

    Lead Gift

    Ted and Lynn Coons

    Major Gift

    Barbara and Charlie Thompson
    Brian and Kristen Bowers
    Bruce and Joy Hammatt
    Chang-Chien Lo
    Leroy and Robin Tapia
    Steel Family Foundation
    Van and Betty Olmstead Jr.

    Model Clubs

    Aberdeen / Cal-Nev-Ha district
    Bay City / Texas-Oklahoma district
    Calgary Chinook, Alberta / Western Canada district
    Cambrian Park / Cal-Nev-Ha district
    Cumming / Georgia district
    Cy-Fair, Houston / Texas-Oklahoma district
    Downey / Cal-Nev-Ha district
    Ellsworth / Kansas district
    Geneva / Illinois-Eastern Iowa district
    Greater Kennesaw / Georgia district
    Hays / Kansas district
    Henry County / Georgia district
    La Marque / Texas-Oklahoma district
    Lincoln Golden K / Nebraska-Iowa district...

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  • Building excitement for the Centennial Celebration

    The 2015 Kiwanis International Convention in Indianapolis is quickly approaching, and The Eliminate Project campaign office is excited to celebrate our accomplishments with the entire Kiwanis family.

    To help build enthusiasm, we reached out to Kiwanis members around the world to find out what excites them most about Kiwanis’ centennial convention. They also shared insights on the importance of The Eliminate Project.

    “The 2015 convention will remind us of Kiwanis’ rich history of 100 years of service,” says Dennis Oliver, Louisiana-Mississippi-West Tennessee district coordinator. “We will rally and prepare for the exciting years ahead.”

    Bev Burnap, division coordinator in the Wisconsin-Upper Michigan district, says, “It is important to attend the Kiwanis International convention so we can learn to grow as ...

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  • Preparing for Namibia


    A delegation from Kiwanis International and the U.S. Fund for UNICEF is set to travel to Namibia next week. From May 25-29, the delegation will meet local volunteers, medical experts and mothers, as well as observe UNICEF health programs.

    Namibia is one of 36 countries that have successfully eliminated maternal and neonatal tetanus (MNT). While the deadly disease is no longer a threat, there is an important focus on sustainability efforts and continued education.

    We had the chance to speak with two of the delegates before they take off for the trip of a lifetime. Kris Bowers, Indiana District, and Bill Harrigan, Kentucky-Tennessee District, share insights on the upcoming trip to Namibia.

    What excites you most about the trip to ...

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  • Capital District members are committed to the cause

    The Capital District has been a strong supporter of The Eliminate Project since the campaign kicked off.

    “Members and clubs in the Capital District recognize and take great pride in being part of an international organization,” says Capital District Governor-elect David Heppner. “We also recognize The Eliminate Project is a unique opportunity to fulfill our mission, and we want to do our part.”

    During the 97th Annual Capital District Kiwanis Convention in Roanoke, Va., the district reaffirmed its commitment to save lives. The House of Delegates overwhelmingly passed a resolution to fulfill its US$3 million goal for The Eliminate Project.

    It seems like a daunting figure. But, Capital District Coordinator John Tyner says the point is to emphasize that district ...

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  • Happy Mother’s Day

    For many, today is the day we celebrate the mothers in our lives and the cherished bond between a mom and her child.

    To mothers around the world, we wish you a wonderful Mother’s Day.

    To those celebrating moms, we encourage you to show your love for the special woman in your life today – and every day. Flowers, candy and jewelry are nice. But what if you could make a difference with your gift this year? You can! It’s not too late to give a memorable Mother’s Day gift that will have a lasting impact.

    For just US$1.80—less than the cost of cards or candy—you can protect one woman and her future babies from the painful and deadly affects ...

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  • Turn in your Eliminate Week funds

    Eliminate Week festivities may be over, but there’s still reason to celebrate. Your hard work brought in donations to protect women and their future babies from tetanus.

    There are two easy ways to send in your donations once they’re collected.

    1. By credit card: Call 1-800-KIWANIS, ext. 411

    2. By check: Send a check or money order (payable to the Kiwanis International Foundation) along with your completed gift form to:

    The Eliminate Project: Campaign Office
    Kiwanis International Foundation
    3636 Woodview Trace
    Indianapolis, IN 46268
    Attn: Eliminate Week

    Remember to write your club name or number on the check’s memo line to ensure your club receives proper recognition for its efforts. Clubs that participate are eligible for fundraising recognition...

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