footprint - Service is at the heart of
every Kiwanis International club, no
matter where in the world it’s located.
Kiwanis members stage nearly 150,000
service projects, devote more than 6
million hours of service and raise
nearly US$107 million every year for
communities, families and projects.
Eliminate Project - Kiwanis is once
again joining forces with UNICEF to
confront another threat to the world’s
children. In June 2010, Kiwanis
International announced The
Eliminate Project: Kiwanis eliminating
maternal/neonatal tetanus, which
aims to save 129 million mothers and
their future babies from the disease by
the year 2015.
Day - Kiwanis members work in their
communities all year long. But for one
day in April each year, the entire
Kiwanis family of programs—Kiwanis
Aktion Club and Kiwanis clubs—comes
together for a day of hands-on community
service that is felt around the world.
Members build playgrounds, volunteer at
local shelters, stock shelves at food
pantries and tackle any project to
change the world one child and one
community at a time.