The Taiwan District recognized more than 500 Zeller Fellows at a ceremony on May 27. The Taiwan district currently leads the world with the most Zeller Fellows per district. Collectively, the district has raised US$553,928, which will save or protect more than 307,000 mothers and their future babies.
Recognition ceremonies are a great way to honor donors and inspire others to give. Consider the Taiwan District’s example: hold a recognition event when a leader or guest visits your area. In Taipei, Kiwanis President Alan Penn, Vice President Gunter Gasser and The Eliminate Project Campaign Chairman Randy DeLay all attended the special recognition event. Incorporate a recognition event during your district convention, division council meeting or club meeting. These events will help Kiwanis raise US$110 million to save mothers and babies around the world! Read more ...
Learn more about how you can become a Zeller Fellow by visiting the recognition page on The Eliminate Project website at www.theeliminateproject.org/recognition.
Jul 12 2012, 10:42 AM