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Communication is key

Nov 10, 2016

Communication is key(2)

Exciting things are happening in the Kiwanis Children’s Fund. For instance, you have probably noticed our name has changed. We’re here to tell you that change is good—it reflects our commitment to improving our organization so that the Kiwanis family can serve more children and communities around the world. And we want to keep you informed along the way. Below are ways you can stay up-to-date on the latest news from the Kiwanis Children’s Fund, including The Eliminate Project updates.

Kiwanis Children’s Fund newsletter: Keep an eye out for updates each month. We share important news from many areas of our organization in this email. It is one of the best ways to stay informed on how we are making a difference today, tomorrow and forever.

Our blog: Just because a story didn’t appear in our monthly newsletter doesn’t mean it isn’t important for you and your club. Check our webpage regularly for new posts.

The Eliminate Project campaign update: The Eliminate Project, our Global Campaign for Children, is in a crucial phase: fulfillment. Kiwanis club leaders receive monthly updates on progress in the field and fundraising totals. Want to subscribe to this  communication? Email us at childrensfund@kiwanis.org.

Social media: If you haven’t already, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. Our social media pages are one of the fastest ways to receive information—and be advocates for our causes! Here are links to our pages:
Kiwanis Children’s Fund: Facebook and Twitter
The Eliminate Project: Facebook and Twitter

Additionally, we often feature highlights in Kiwanis International publications like the Kiwanis International Update, an electronic publication sent to members around the world at the start of each month, and the Kiwanis International magazine.