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WHAT IF YOU COULD SAVE A BABY’S LIFE?
Just three 60 cent doses of tetanus vaccine = immunity from maternal/neonatal tetanus
In honor of mother’s around the world, the West Seattle Kiwanis invites all community members to celebrate their mother’s love by contributing to The Eliminate Project.
Please consider sponsoring one or more tetanus vaccines. Please click on the ELIMINATE tab for more information.
Remembering E. Warren Lawless, 1918-2014: Warren was the heart and soul of
our Kiwanis Club and his contributions to the community were tremendous.
Honor Warren with a tax deductible contribution to the Kiwanis Scholarship Fund
to support youth in our community.
Click on the Remembering Warren tab for more information.
Upcoming Events & Guest Speakers
April 21-26 MOVE WESTSIDE BABY, from 10032 - 15th Ave. SW, White Center. After the recent fire the warehouse must move. See our news story or visit their website: www.westsidebaby.org
Saturday, December 5th, Community Pancake Breakfast
Kiwanis Children's Cancer Program, Join us as we raise money to fund cancer research fellowships at Seattle Children’s Hospital.
"Fifty years ago, most children with leukemia lived less than one year, and almost none
survived. Now, thanks to advances made at research and teaching hospitals like Doernbecher,
most children with leukemia reach adulthood, cured of their disease." Dr. Linda Stork, MD.,
Division Head, Pediatric Hematology/Oncology, OHSU Doernbecher Children's Hospital
The West Seattle Kiwanians assemble and distribute Personal Care Kits to homeless.
Thanks to Club funds and grants our Club is able to assemble and distribute personal care kits to homeless. Members decide how they will give them away. Some carry them in their care and give to those they pass adking for help. The Club goal is to distribute 500 a year.
Boy Scout Troop 284 & Crew 768
Troop 284 is 100 years old 1915 to 2015. The have 102 Eagle Scouts and areone of the oldest continually Chartered Troops in the State.
Medical Projects Serving the World
The SIGN Project: Help heal broken legs around the world through
the Kiwanis SIGN Project. $150 heals a leg and $15,000 opens
The ELIMINATE Project: the Global effort of Kiwanis to eliminate
maternal and neonatal tetanus. Three doses of a 60-cent vaccine
can protect mothers and babies. Kiwanis of West Seattle has committed
to providing 700 vaccines over the next two years.