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Even as we celebrate a rich century of service and fellowship, we must plan now to ensure that Kiwanis—and most important, the children and communities we serve—flourish long into the future.
That’s why we’re introducing the Kiwanis I-Plan, our strategic plan designed for each district and club to use as a guide to create their own plans and choose their own paths toward accomplishing common goals. The plan focuses on four goal areas—or priorities—that will help clubs, districts and our overall organization thrive for years to come as a positive force for good in the world.
In order to carry out all the projects that Kiwanis is involved with throughout the year, each member is asked to join one or more service team.
Impact Meaningful Service
Goal: To perform meaningful service, with service to children as our priority
Kiwanis is best expressed through meaningful service in communities around the world. When we work together and with other organizations to address important needs for children, we change lives, build stronger communities and even improve our own lives.
- Community Service
- Human and Spiritual Values
- Service Leadership Programs [email]
- Young Children: Priority One [email]
- Youth Services [email]
Inspiration Membership & Engagement
Goal: To build, retain and support a growing Kiwanis membership network
Kiwanis inspires and engages men, women, youth, corporations, other nonprofits, partners and communities to make the world a better place for children to thrive. Belonging to Kiwanis means being part of a massive force for positive change in the world.
Image Enhancing Our Image
Goal: To enhance the Kiwanis image worldwide
Kiwanians are the most effective “advertisements” for Kiwanis. We represent our image in living color, wear our brand and share our message with the world. That’s why it’s important for our many Kiwanis voices to “sing from the same songbook” when it comes to brand guidelines and messaging. That’s also why it’s important to empower members and clubs worldwide with the training and tools they need to share Kiwanis’ story as one, unified voice.
- Social Media [email]
Investment Financial Viability & Good Stewardship
Goal: To ensure financial viability and responsible stewardship
Kiwanis does amazing work in the world. When we make wise financial investments, find opportunities to turn profits into service, pool our financial and volunteer resources, create efficient structures and make processes easy and affordable, we can build our capacity to do even more for the children of the world.
- Finance Review
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