Each year, Kiwanis clubs around the world join in a day of service. In 2014, Kiwanis One Day is April 5.
It’s a global effort, but it’s made of personal commitments.
After all, Kiwanis One Day consists of the involvement of Kiwanis club members around the world. It begins with your club’s participation. It extends to the impact you have on your community. And it results in an international spirit of service that inspires people worldwide.
There will be no limit to what you can do—and no boundaries on your spirit of fellowship. In fact, your efforts will be echoed by clubs in communities all over the globe.
Our local Kiwanis One Day Service Project features the Randolph Kiwanis club partnering with the RHS Key Club in putting together a party for special needs children ages 14-21 from Horizon High School.
Horizon High School serves students ages 14-21 with multiple disabilities from areas throughout NJ. The curriculum stresses functional learning-increasing life skills and enhancing a child’s ability to gain as much independence as possible”
Sign up at our weekly meeting or contact Bonnie if you are able to volunteer your time.