The Kiwanis family has raised more than US$51 million in cash and commitments as of April 16, 2014, which will save or protect at least 28.3 million women and their future babies from maternal and neonatal tetanus.
Several countries are planning immunizations campaigns this year. This includes activities aimed to immunize more than 3.7 million women of reproductive age in the DRC (Democratic Republic of Congo), Haiti and Angola this month.
$100K Club pledges play a key role in these efforts. Pledge payments ensure UNICEF can carry out current immunization activities your. As a $100K Club member, I urge you to send in funds now. The faster contributions are received, the faster they can be used. As Kiwanis leaders, this is our chance to lead by example.
April 24, 2014 is Worldwide Report Day when Kiwanis International posts the updates and status reports on funds raised for Eliminate. Visit this link to see these reports .