Laatste nieuwtjes van Kiwanis International

You did it! You made a difference, you and all the other Kiwanis-family members who came together to serve the children of the world on Saturday, April 11 for Kiwanis One Day. And now the global map of Kiwanis One Day projects is updated so you can see...(read more)
Dr. Francois Gasse, UNICEF’s Senior Health Specialist for Maternal and Newborn Tetanus and widely considered one of the leading technical experts on the disease, will deliver the keynote address during The Eliminate Luncheon at the 2011 Kiwanis...(read more)
British primatologist Jane Goodall and American actress Jamie Lee Curtis will speak to Kiwanians and guests at the 96th Annual Kiwanis International Convention in Geneva, Switzerland. Don’t miss out! Goodall, also a UN Messenger of Peace, is known...(read more)
Early registration closes Jan. 31 for the 96th Annual Kiwanis International Convention in Geneva, Switzerland. Act now to take advantage of the discounted rate. Visit www.KiwanisOne.org/convention to register, explore tour descriptions and plan your trip...(read more)
Register now for the 96th Annual Kiwanis International Convention in Geneva, Switzerland. We’re offering an amazing lineup of workshops, entertainment and events—along with the opportunity to explore Geneva and other European destinations...(read more)
Book an official Kiwanis hotel now and receive a free tour to Annecy, France. Once you book your hotel through Kiwanis and Kuoni Travel you’ll receive a complimentary four-hour tour to Annecy, France. Called the “Venice of the Alps,”...(read more)
It’s time to plan the trip of a lifetime—to see the amazing scenery and breathtaking beauty of Europe with your closest Kiwanis friends during the 96th Annual Kiwanis International Convention in Geneva, Switzerland. Book a tour (daily, Switzerland...(read more)
The Eliminate Project will protect mothers and babies from Tetanus Kiwanis International and UNICEF have joined forces to save the lives of babies and their mothers by eliminating maternal/neonatal tetanus (MNT), a disease that kills an estimated 60,000...(read more)
Don’t miss the announcement of the next Kiwanis Worldwide Service Project—it will be streamed online LIVE on June 24 at 3:15 p.m. PDT at www.kiwanis.org/wsp . The broadcast will be offered in English, French, Spanish and Chinese. Spread the...(read more)
Members can see the site's transformation as the new face for Kiwanis International at www.kiwanis.org. Kiwanis.org is a public site, meaning more emphasis is on navigation aimed at prospective members, media and supporters wanting to learn more about...(read more)
Kiwanis International is searching for its next global cause, and its International Board of Trustees has selected three Worldwide Service Project finalists: Global Network for Neglected Tropical Diseases for their Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) proposal;...(read more)
Early-bird rates for the 95th Annual Kiwanis International Convention in Las Vegas end January 31. Beat the deadline to save US$55! You don't want to miss this year's convention, full of amazing entertainment, speakers, sessions, workshops and...(read more)
Kiwanis International Foundation is in the running to win US$1 million as part of an online contest through Chase Community Giving. After receiving enough votes to make the top 100 charities list, the foundation won US$25,000 in the first round of voting...(read more)
American statesman Colin Powell will speak at the Opening Session of the 95th Annual Kiwanis International Convention in Las Vegas, Nevada, June 24–27, 2010. Powell served as United States Secretary of State from 2001 to 2005. Ticketed events include...(read more)

The 2010 Kiwanis International Convention in Las Vegas is going to be fabulous. No, spectacular!

Jerry Mathers, otherwise known as Beaver on Leave it To Beaver, will speak during a ticketed Kiwanis Breakfast. Service Leadership Programs alumni are invited to a special Alumni Event, and Jay Leno will offer entertainment during a ticketed special event.

Don’t miss out on all the fun. Register by Jan. 31, 2010, and save US$55!