Kiwanians in Latin America love what they do. Like the Kiwanis Club of Atuntaqui, Ecuador, which organizes an art competition to help teach children about the environment. Or the Kiwanis Club of Panama City, Panama, which maintains a gymnasium that is a safe haven for children.
Latin America is a region of the world that has great potential for Kiwanis International because of the closeness to the U.S. in terms of geography, culture, trade and political relations. That’s why we are seeking to identify Kiwanians with connections in South and Central America—whether to serve or as a result of personal or business connections. If you or anyone you know has a connection—and you have an interest in helping to foster joy on even more children’s faces—please answer a few questions. We want to learn about the country/countries you frequent, the type of connections you have and your interest in Kiwanis service in the area.
The information collected will be used to identify where we might be able to expand Kiwanis’ reach by opening more clubs. Anything reported about current projects may also be considered for use in a Kiwanis International publication like the Kiwanis International Update or Kiwanis magazine.