A trio of dedicated 19th century scientists helped create a vaccine to fight a brutal killer.
Hurry now. This Kiwanis train’s ’bout to leave the station. Destination: the North Pole.
Motivated Kiwanians in California believe finding the cure to cancer lies in supporting education.
An Illinois Kiwanis club builds an animal shelter in 12 months.
For Kiwanians Danny and Pam Spitler, it was a gut-reaction donation to bring clean water to children in Cambodia that led to the creation of a new school.
A Dutch Kiwanian takes to the fields of Afghanistan to bring hope for the future to hundreds of families.
Norden Kiwanians lift life’s burdens for Albanian families.
Olympia, Washington, Kiwanians spend Kiwanis One Day planting a garden to feed hungry families.
The story of one girl’s struggle against cancer, and the Kiwanians who stepped up to try and save her.
The Kiwanis Club of Santa Fe has a cure for gloom. Take a look at what one spectacular event can do for a club and a community.
In Des Moines, Iowa, a group of dedicated Kiwanians gives kids a chance to play ball like never before at a brand new Miracle League Baseball field.
Kiwanis Kids’ Day Football is a season of success in Springdale, Arkansas.
The Eliminate Project: Kiwanis eliminating maternal/neonatal tetanus to protect the precious connection between mother and child.
Nearly 200 Kiwanis-family members in Chula Vista, California, spent Kiwanis One Day adding some polish to a popular park.
They’ve built schools, gyms and partnerships with Nike and McDonald’s. Yet Kiwanians in Panama want to do even more.
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