Philanthropy matters

Dec 02, 2010

By: Tony Knoderer
Content Specialist

Our mission at Kiwanis International is simple but crucial: to make a difference, one child and one community at a time. Obviously, that requires the energy and commitment of Kiwanians all over the world.

But it also depends on people’s financial generosity. Philanthropy matters.

That’s where the Kiwanis International Foundation comes in. The foundation’s mission is to financially assist Kiwanis in serving the children of the world. That assistance comes from the gifts of people who are moved by the organization’s mission and accomplishments.

There are several ways in which people can give—from one-time gifts to estate planning. The size of your gift doesn’t matter. In fact, much of the foundation’s success takes place at the club level. 

Learn more—feel free to explore the Kiwanis International Foundation web site. You’ll find information about what the foundation does, who works there and how you can help them help children all over the world. (And a lot more.)

You can even read about other folks who have donated to Kiwanis. Find out what inspires others to give. In other words, why philanthropy matters. To them, to us and to the children whose lives we all want to improve.


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