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New progress update for The Eliminate Project

Feb 17, 2014
The faces of The Eliminate Project (mother and child)On January 21, 2014, Kiwanis turned 99. Besides celebrating our rich history, the Kiwanis family also rallied to hear updates about The Eliminate Project during a special Worldwide Report Day.

Campaign region coordinators called Chairman Randy DeLay to provide progress reports that reviewed our achievements to date, identified where we have potential for growth and mapped out how we are going to achieve our US$110 million goal by 2015, including the use of 100th anniversary strategies.

Applaud your success: the Kiwanis family has raised more than US$46 million in cash and pledges, which will save or protect more than 25.5 million lives from tetanus. The next goal is our collective March 31 fundraising benchmark of US$49 million. The campaign team also hopes to secure 78 Lead and Major Gift prospects by that time. How will you and your club help us succeed?

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