Make sure to turn in your club’s dues ASAP!
Also, get some new ideas for fundraising next semester!
Happy Holidays!!!Print Me
As of December 7, 2014, Kiwanis-family Service Leadership Programs have raised US$3,384,932 in total funds. This is an incredible increase of more than US$72,000 since the last week, which will save or protect more than 40,000 lives. Key Clubs have contributed an amazing US$57,475. Make certain you celebrate these accomplishments with the Key Clubs in your districts! And don’t forget to send in your funds, so we can celebrate your new lifesaving commitments…only two weeks until holiday and vacation time.
‘TIS THE SEASON
It’s the season of giving! Save a life during this holiday season. $1.80 USD can save a mother and her future babies from Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus. Instead of asking for physical presents, consider asking for donations to the Eliminate Project, and encourage your friends to do the same. Celebrate Happy Holidays with UNICEF!
DOUBLE YOUR IMPACT
Turn in your Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF funds to help protect mothers and babies from maternal and neonatal tetanus—and add patches to your Key Club’s banner if you raised at least US$250. Send in your donations by December 31, 2014 to get recognized with a Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF patch. How can you do even more and involve your Kiwanis club? Double your impact by asking your sponsoring Kiwanis club to match your donations— both clubs will earn recognition! Find details at www.TheEliminateProject.org/SLPrecognition and check out the information about the Unity Award.
REMEMBER: $14 dues must be turned in BY DECEMBER 1st!
Get new ideas to raise money for your club and the ELIMINATE Project!Print Me
If you missed this year’s Fall Rally at Dollywood, you missed your personal invitation to the 2015 Kentucky-Tennessee District Convention from our keynote speaker, Patrick Maurer. Click on the video above to view the message.Print Me
Important information to all treasurers in the K-T District!
Learn more about:
2014 dues increase
How to receive an Early Bird Award at DCON