We hope so. Here are some tips and tools to make your district, division and club events for The Eliminate Project a success.
Thanks for including The Eliminate Project in your Key Club plans! In case you haven’t heard yet, Key Club will focus on three key initiatives for The Eliminate Project this year. All of these goals are related to our plan to raise funds to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus by 2015. We’re well on our way to raising US$110 million. Let’s do our part with these three things in mind:
1. Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF
This classic Key Club-UNICEF fundraiser, which supports The Eliminate Project, is a great excuse for a fabulous event or party to bring your club together and raise some funds.
Check out www.TheEliminateProject.org/trickortreat for ideas and resources to make your fall event a success.
2. Key Club Eliminate Week
You’ve got a ready-made fundraiser in the bag for fall with Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF. But what about a spring event around Mother’s Day? Here’s an idea: Key Club Eliminate Week. It’s a great way to rally the troops before the school year ends. A step-by-step toolkit with helpful tips and ideas will arrive on the Key Club website and in your email inbox later this month. In the meantime: Think about a weeklong event and ideas for May 6-10, 2013, that are a good fit for your school, your club and The Eliminate Project. And check out what Builders Club is doing. Feel free to borrow ideas!
Be a hero! Earn recognition for your club by meeting and exceeding your fundraising goals. Download a copy of the Kiwanis-family recognition brochure.
Planning ahead is the best way to keep the “fun” in your fundraising events for The Eliminate Project. Get started today!