During 2015, Kiwanis International’s centennial year, we’ve been celebrating the power of 100. But now that number represents more than just a look back at our past. Today, it became a big step forward.
Kiwanis International is pleased to announce that today (August 18, 2015), The Eliminate Project: Kiwanis eliminating maternal and neonatal tetanus has reached US$100 million in cash and pledges.
That means the Kiwanis family has saved or protected more than 55 million lives since 2010. And it leaves us just US$10 million away from our fundraising goal of US$110 million.
Five years ago, we made a commitment. Now we’re on the verge of making history. When that moment comes ... how will you be remembered in Kiwanis history?
Make sure you’re part of it! Give today. Then share our big news—and this big opportunity—with family, friends and others.
The Kiwanis Club of Granville has pledged to be a Model Club and raise $40,000 towards the Eliminate Project. 
Donations of $1.80 are making a difference! $1.80 is the cost of one vaccine. Children in Kiwanis K-Kids groups are collecting pennies and making a difference. Kiwanians are donating and fundraising larger amounts and making a difference. Each of us is saving a life from lethal tetanus world-wide. Together we are making a difference!