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Our rummage sale on Saturday, October 25
10/28/2014

netted $833, all of which will go to The Eliminate Project, to eradicate maternal/neo-natal...

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Conejo Valley Kiwanis pledges to become a Model Club
10/1/2014
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Our commitment of $17,250 to The Eliminate Project will save about 9600 lives!

ACN: The Kiwanis Fundraising Storefront to support our leadership programs
8/11/2014

Do you have a strong desire to shape the lives of our children through the innovative...

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Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world, one child and one community at a time.

 

 

Since 1915, with financial and volunteer support from 300,000 members in 8600 clubs worldwide, Kiwanis has been serving children and youth using two approaches. One improves the quality of life directly through activities promoting health, nutrition, and education. The other encourages leadership and service.

We are proud to serve the children of the greater Conejo Valley area.  With direct grants from our Foundation, or through our volunteer work, we support the Ventura County Children's Services Auxiliary, Childhelp, Conejo Valley elementary school libraries, Manna-Conejo Valley Food Bank, Lutheran Social Services meals for the homeless, the Thousand Oaks Girls Softball Association, and Sequoia Middle School's Abilities Awareness Week.

We meet every Tuesday from 11:45AM to 1:00PM at BJ's Restaurant, 3955 East Thousand Oaks Blvd, Westlake Village, and we always welcome guests.  Come have lunch on us!

Please email Marty Campbell at martyc@campbellgrouphomes.com if you would like to learn more about membership in the Conejo Valley Kiwanis Club and how you can get involved.  

 

TheEliminateProject.org
Hand in hand, Kiwanis International and UNICEF will Eliminate Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus. MNT kills one baby every nine minutes, or 60,000 babies every year. Kiwanis International's goal is to raise $110 million of the $250 million that UNICEF needs by the end of 2015 in order to eradicate MNT.  It costs $1.80 for three life-saving vaccinations. As of Sept. 16, Kiwanis has raised over $70 million in cash and pledges internationally to save or protect 39 million lives.  MNT has been eliminated in 35 of the 59 countries in which it is prevalent. Cal-Nev-Ha ranks second among the 28 districts in the United States, having raised $2.5 million.

 



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You can help by making your donation to the Kiwanis of Conejo Valley Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization (Tax ID #27-4161751).
 

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If you can't make it to a Kiwanis event but still want to help, feel free to donate. Every little bit helps.