Step 2: Bring your project to life 

 

Step 3: Work with Kiwanis partners

 

To assist our clubs in getting the most for their service dollar and effort, we have partnered with select companies and organizations that can provide resources, products or services at a free or reduced rate for our club members.

Atlas Flags: Kiwanis has teamed up with a time-honored flag manufacturer to bring clubs a highly profitable signature project your whole town will take pride in.

IHOP: IHOP restaurants offer free pancakes to restaurant guests on National Pancake Day. Kiwanis members are needed to serve as ambassadors and share the message and work of Children's Miracle Network Hospitals—a preferred charity of Kiwanis International.

JCI: The partnership helps Kiwanis family members connect with JCI's expansive network of alumni, who continue to be engaged in their communities via joint activities and projects that support its Global Development Agenda. In return, JCI members are encouraged to join their local Kiwanis clubs when members complete their service to JCI.

Landscape Structures: LSI has created Kiwanis branded playground designs to elevate the local branding of Kiwanis in your community.

Nickelodeon: Through the Big Help and Worldwide Day of Play initiatives, kids and adults work together to plan events and activities in the following areas: health & wellness, education, service and the environment.

Scholastic: Scholastic Books is proud to partner with Kiwanis International to promote its literacy outreach program. Clubs can conduct a variety of projects, including book fair staffing, creating Reading Oasis rooms, serving as reading mentors and providing Scholastic books to children.

Sister Cities International: Thanks to the partnership, the Kiwanis family has access to more than 2,100 international partnerships in 145 countries. Kiwanis clubs also have access to club and event speakers from the U.S. and Foreign Diplomatic Corps, and via sister city members.

U.S. Army: Kiwanis International partners with the U.S. Army to maximize shared values of service, leadership and education. Through a speaker series effort, U.S. Army staff and enlisted soldiers may visit your club meeting to promote ways to collaborate locally.

Up With People: Kiwanis clubs can engage Up with People by coordinating service projects for a visiting cast, hosting the cast in their homes and sponsoring the performances as a fundraising activity.

Step 4: Use budget-boosting resources