|Posted by New York Young Professionals on February 10, 2014 at 7:20 AM|
Every April, Kiwanis clubs around the world join together in a day of service. Kiwanis One Day is a global effort symbolizing the great impact one individual can make, especially when they team up with their communities. When one individual inspires their clubs, and their communities, the change spreads. When one Kiwanian choses to make a difference, there is a ripple effect around the world. This year, Kiwanis will celebrate Kiwanis One Day on April 5 and NYYP members will be involved from all over the country.
In the past, Kiwanis clubs have packed 50,000 meals to ship to Haitian schoolchildren, built entire parks, and hosted community wide technology recycling events. You can find members building homes and libraries, preparing and serving meals, establishing community gardens, and refurbishing camp grounds. Thousands of hours are dedicated to improving communities across the globe.
Have you cleared your schedule for April 5?
-- Kadie Mullins, Club President