Mission: The foundation provides grants for the eliminate project (a partnership with unicef) to provide funding to reduce the impact that maternal and neonatal tetanus has on the global community. In addition, the foundation provides grants for youth scholarships, projects undertaken by its kiwanis clubs and affiliate clubs throughout the world that help underserved children in need, and for limited disaster relief. The foundation exists to support the mission of kiwanis international, whose members provide more than 18 million volunteer hours for service projects and raise more than $100 million every year for communities, families, and projects.
Programs: Kiwanis foundation is partnering with unicef to raise funds to help eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus in designated countries around the globe. The fundraising goal is $110 million.
distributions for disaster relief projects around the world in communities that are served by area kiwanis clubs, members, and districts.
distributions for programs of kiwanis international (kiwanis children's fund, idd funding, world service medal, etc. ) and its affiliates (kiwanis youth programs, circle k, aktion club, builders club, k-kids, and key leader) as well as kiwanis club projects and scholarships benefiting children in need throughout the world in the communities served by kiwanis clubs, members and districts.
The Kiwnais International Foundation's mission is to serve the children of the world. Kiwanis International Foundation has done far more than that over the years by actually saving lives and by changing the world in so doing. The Foundation raised over 100 million dollars to eradicate Iodine Deficiency Disorder (IDD) around the world. IDD caused physical deformities and severe mental deficiencies translating into the births of millions of individuals who were unable to care for themselves and who then became burdens on society. By succesfully eradicating IDD around the world Kiwanis International Foundation in partnership with UNICEF changed the course of history. Individuals who might have been born in need of society's help were instead born with the ability to provide for themselves and their communites and families.