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  • Tracking our progress: On target to eliminate MNT

    As of September 2012, the Kiwanis family has raised more than US$18.2 million for The Eliminate Project, which will save or protect more than 10 million mothers and their future babies from maternal and neonatal tetanus.

    Those who have held fundraisers and those who have made contributions of any size ...

  • Recognition for your contributions to The Eliminate Project

    Mothers and babies all over the world are benefiting from your work to raise funds for The Eliminate Project. It’s time to be recognized for your efforts.
     
    New this Kiwanis year, starting October 1, 2012, all CKI [or Key Club or Aktion Club or Builders Club or K-Kids] members ...

  • Eliminating MNT: Three down, 31 to go

    Recently the World Health Organization conducted validation surveys in China, East Timor and Tanzania, and the results show that these countries have eliminated maternal and neonatal tetanus. That’s a big deal! In these three countries, the lives of newborns and mothers are now free from the anguish of tetanus.

    Since ...

  • Say “thank you” to your favorite Kiwanians

    What are you thankful for this year? How about your sponsoring Kiwanis club? This Thanksgiving, show the Kiwanians who support your Key Club how grateful you are for their time. Before your December calendar fills up, contact your Kiwanis advisor to plan a holiday party or joint service project.
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  • Time to turn in your Trick-or-Treat funds!

    Halloween festivities are over, but there’s still reason to celebrate: Your hard work and creative costume ideas brought in donations for Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF. It’s now time to transform those funds into something even better than Halloween treats: A way to protect mothers and babies.
     
    Once you have ...

  • Arizona State University scholarship applications being accepted

    The deadline for the ASU LSP scholarship is December 7, 2012.

    Arizona State University's Leadership Scholarship Program recognizes outstanding high school graduating seniors who have achieved excellence in leadership. Twenty-one high school seniors from Arizona and up to four from out-of-state will be selected for LSP. Established in 1977 to ...

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