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A cornerstone is an essential piece. It helps determine the shape and direction of all that follows. When Kiwanis club members make a three-year commitment totaling at least US$15,000 to the Kiwanis Children’s Fund, they help shape the future for Kiwanis — and for the kids we serve. 

That’s why we honor these donors with membership in the Kiwanis Cornerstone Society. The Kiwanians below have contributed to the collective power of the Kiwanis family, helping us build a stronger foundation for the years ahead. 

This award is available for a three-year commitment totaling at least US$15,000 to the Kiwanis Children’s Fund. Please note that Cornerstone Society membership includes a lapel pin in recognition of your gift. Email us at childrensfund@kiwanis.org to request more information about the Cornerstone Society. 

Debbie Cater and Bill Cater“I’m delighted to join the Cornerstone Society, knowing my gift will allow Kiwanis clubs near and far to reach more kids in their local communities. I’m sure Bill would have been excited, too!” — Deborah “Debbie” Cater (pictured at left with her late husband William Cater Jr.), Kiwanis Club of Lititz Area, Pennsylvania, U.S. 


Kiwanis Cornerstone Society members 

Ted Barrows
David Booker
In memory of William B. Cater, Jr.
Gerald P. and Linda D. Christiano
George and Lynna Gene Cook
Ted and Lynn Coons
Cowles Family Fund
Kip and Becky Crain
Jane M. Erickson
Sue Fleschner
Scott Greenlee
Milford and Lenora Hanna
Roger and Susan Jespersen
Brenda Leigh Johnson
Judy Kramer
Adel Luzuriaga
John Maihos
Robert and Jan Maxwell
Jimmy McCorlew
Lewis Meyers
Susan Mower
Mark and Janet Ott
Stephen and Janet Page
Paul and Suanne Palazzolo
Susan Petrisin
Rick and Bonnie Poulton
Alan Michael Quon
Mark Rabaut
Cathy and Lenny Simmons
E.J. Szulwach
Stanley and Shirley Tipton
John Tyner II
Linwood Nathaniel Watson
Terry and Zenda White
Jeffrey and Jennifer Wolff
Amy Zimmerman