A moment of kindness can change a life

 

At this time of year, so many Kiwanis members ask themselves: Did I do everything I could have? Thanks to the Kiwanis Children’s Fund, there’s always time to make a difference.  

Watch this video to see how gifts to the Children’s Fund helped one Kiwanis club turn a week-long camp for at-risk kids into a life-changing experience. And read below about the children from around the world whose lives are better because Kiwanians care.  

When you give...

Kiwanis clubs make a difference in their communities. 

The Kiwanis Club of Berlin, New Hampshire, has held a bike rodeo for 25 years. Every May, children look through rows and rows of bike helmets. With support from the Children’s Fund, this year’s event distributed more than 400 free helmets to families. Support like yours improves projects like this — because your gift makes our grants possible.


Kiwanis and UNICEF continue to fight iodine deficiency disorders. 

In Port Sudan, kids get meals full of nutrients — including the iodine that prevents IDD, the leading preventable cause of mental disabilities. Kiwanis is keeping up its commitment because of gifts like yours, which help kids around the world reach their potential. 


Key Leader offers a unique weekend experience for motivated teens. 

For 15 years, the program has empowered them to explore their potential and become servant leaders. The Kiwanis Children’s Fund has been there from the start. With your gift, Kiwanis helps the next generation of leaders inspire each other to continue their journey of service. 


Kiwanians provide disaster relief to stricken communities — promptly. 

After Hurricane Florence hit Lumberton, North Carolina, a grant helped Mary Winfree and her fellow members spring into action. Mary led the effort to get kids food, school supplies and blankets made by Key Club members. When you give, children in their darkest hours get help from Kiwanis members like Mary.


The Eliminate Project is saving millions of mothers and babies from maternal and neonatal tetanus. 

In Bouna, Côte d’Ivoire, Carine Hianini did not receive prenatal care during her previous pregnancies — and her second child became ill after birth. Now Carine is experiencing a safer pregnancy, with regular check-ups at a hospital. So many women still need this kind of healthcare and education. Your gift helps Kiwanis and UNICEF provide it — even in some of the world’s most inaccessible places.

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Find more information about other ways to give, including corporate matches, IRA rollover gifts and vehicle donations on the Children’s Fund website.


Share your impact 

Thank you for making a difference in children’s lives. Share your impact online! Or encourage your friends to donate with a Facebook fundraiser.

Instructions: Simply copy an image below and paste it into a Facebook or Twitter post. Tell your friends why you support the Children’s Fund or copy a sample post below.

 




I support the Kiwanis Children’s Fund because in Georgia, Kiwanians treat kids in need to a life-changing week of fun and friendship. Watch the video here: 
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I support the Kiwanis Children’s Fund because #KidsNeedKiwanis in Sudan, where they’re getting meals full of important nutrients.
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I’m proud to be a Kiwanian who supports the Kiwanis Children’s Fund. Kiwanis has helped UNICEF eliminate tetanus in 27 countries in 9 years! We are saving lives. #KidsNeedKiwanis 
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I support the Kiwanis Children’s Fund because it helps me reach children outside my community. #KidsNeedKiwanis everywhere! Take a look at the good work they make possible. 
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Kiwanians spring into action when disaster strikes. That’s why I’m proud to support the Kiwanis Children’s Fund, which helps Kiwanians aid their communities after natural disasters. 
kiwanis.org/helpkids   

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