In 1983, the Kiwanis Children's Fund established the George F. Hixson Fellowship. Named for Kiwanis International’s first president, Hixson Fellowships are awarded to donors who give US$1,000 or more to the Children's Fund.* It’s a way of recognizing people who have contributed significantly to Kiwanis’ history of generosity. In fact, clubs and Kiwanians often give in honor of another person or organization—recognizing others’ help and commitment with a Hixson Fellowship.
Consider making a gift today
toward a George F. Hixson Fellowship for yourself or to honor someone else with one.
Become a Diamond Level
If a Hixson Fellow gives, or is recognized by, a second US$1,000 donation, they will receive a diamond pin and a special tab to affix to the lapel pin. Additional US$1,000 gifts are recognized with sequentially numbered tabs to signify the diamond level achieved.
Become a Diamond Level Hixson Fellow today.
George F. Hixson Fellow Club
Any Kiwanis club in which all dues-paying members are George F. Hixson Fellows will be recognized as a 100% George F. Hixson Fellow Club. Recognition will be based on September 30 certified membership as determined by Kiwanis International. Let the Children's Fund know if your club is a George F. Hixson Fellow Club.
*This award is available for all unrestricted gifts made to the Kiwanis Children's Fund within any one-year period. This award is not available for gifts made to other special programs like The Eliminate Project. The award must be requested within one year of completing the gift.