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“Express your love for the most vulnerable children on earth—the babies who needlessly die every day from tetanus. Protecting a woman and her future babies costs just $1.80—less than a greeting card and far less than the cost of a box of chocolate,” said Kiwanis First Lady Rosemary DeJulio.
You can also partner with CKI to “Show Your Love, Save a Life.”
Throughout February, CKI members will host several small and large-scale fundraising events—from speed dating events, to candy grams to a Valentine’s Day dance—to help save moms and babies. Contact your local CKI to learn how you can get involved.
“Let's renew our commitment to raise US$110 million and rid the entire world of the threat of maternal and neonatal tetanus,” added DeJulio.
Don’t miss this opportunity to express your love for life.