Inspire your club with fresh ideas

Looking for fundraising and service ideas? Got great ideas to share? On this page, you’ll find examples to entice your imagination. You can also download the fundraising ideas book vol. 1, the fundraising ideas book vol. 2 and the fundraising ideas book for SLPs to share with your club.

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  • Family Day

    Best for: Kiwanis clubs, CKI clubs and Key Clubs

    Timeline: 3 months for preparation; 5–7 hours on day of event

    A Kiwanis club in Japan hosts an annual event for Kiwanis members and their families to raise funds for The Eliminate Project. The event includes a raffle, entertainment and more....

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  • Spelling bee

    Best for: All Kiwanis-family clubs

    Timeline: 2–4 weeks for preparation; 1–2 hours on day of event

    This is not your traditional school spelling bee. Instead, a Kiwanis club put The Eliminate Project spin on a spelling bee that is more about educating participants and the audience.

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  • Film night

    Best for: Kiwanis clubs, CKI clubs and Key Clubs

    Timeline: 8 weeks for preparation; 3–4 hours on day of event

    A Kiwanis club in New Zealand hosted a film night where ticket sales benefited The Eliminate Project.

    To do list:

    1. Pick a flick. Decide on a film, time, date and ...

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  • A day at the ballpark

    Best for: Kiwanis clubs

    Timeline: 3–4 months for preparation

    Enjoy the day at the ballpark while supporting The Eliminate Project. This fundraiser comes from numerous Kiwanis clubs, including some in the San Diego area who reached out to the San Diego Padres and turned this into an annual outing.

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  • Teacher tug-o-war

    Best for: Key Clubs, Builders Clubs and K-Kids

    Timeline: 2 weeks for preparation; 1 hour on day of event

    A K-Kids club hosted this hilarious fundraiser at its school, where teachers participated in a tug-o-war over a mud pit. This made for great pictures!

    To do list:

    1. Sell it to ...

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  • “So You Think You Can …” competition

    Best for: All Kiwanis-family clubs

    Timeline: 4–5 weeks for preparation; 3–4 hours on day of event

    This fundraiser, first organized by a Key Club, capitalizes on the popularity of various competitive TV talent shows. The Key Club fundraiser was called “So You Think You Can Drum.”

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    1. Line ...

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  • Interactive murder mystery

    Best for: Kiwanis clubs, CKI clubs and Key Clubs

    Timeline: 4 months for preparation; 8 hours on day of event

    A Circle K International Club had a lot of fun while raising money for The Eliminate Project by putting on an interactive murder mystery fundraiser. The event was engaging and ...

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