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The prestigious Key of Honor Award is the most coveted honor bestowed by the Key Club International Board. This award recognizes an individual who has gone above and beyond the call of duty in dedicating his or her energy to serving the youth of our nations.
Looking for a fun and easy club fundraiser for Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF? White Oak Secondary School’s Key Club has done just that—by hosting a pumpkin smash.
At this year’s Key Club International Convention, Rustic Pathways asked Key Club members, “What inspires you to do service with Key Club?”
When you give to the Kiwanis International Foundation, you extend your Kiwanis impact by helping to fund the grants our foundation provides. The November 15 deadline to have your grant application reviewed at the February board meeting is fast approaching!
“This year,” Kiwanis International President Gunter Gasser says of 2013–14, “we are building bridges for children to the future. ‘We’ means it will take teamwork. ‘Build’ stands for result-oriented projects. ‘Bridges’ normally provide a safe path over a difficult crossing. ‘Children,’ of course, are our target group. And the ‘future’ means we’re creating projects with concrete solutions and great sustainability.”
A fundraiser doesn’t have to be huge endeavor. Take advantage of what’s already on your club, family, neighborhood and school schedules this fall to educate and raise funds for The Eliminate Project: Kiwanis eliminating maternal and neonatal tetanus.
Save millions of families—and your teeth—this Halloween when you forgo candy and collect money. From now through 2015, all Kiwanis-family funds raised through Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF will support The Eliminate Project. Each US$1.80 raised will help save or protect one woman and her future babies from MNT.
Do you have an amazing service project that your club members need help funding?
Are you in? Key Clubs throughout the world are pulling together to help rid the earth of one of the most deadly diseases it has ever known. We need your club to make it happen.
If Kiwanis is to remain the premier provider of youth service programs, Kiwanis must hold itself to the highest standards to protect the more than 300,000 youth in our care — and ourselves. The Kiwanis Youth Protection Guidelines are updated and the new rules go into effect October 1.