Kiwanis International will once again sponsor the Signature Project Recognition Program for Districts in 2018. In the contest’s first year in 2017, more than 40 districts submitted their club-level signature projects for consideration as the best Kiwanis clubs have to offer. Three were chosen for the top prizes: gold, silver and bronze.
Signature projects show the impact a Kiwanis club can have on a community. From playgrounds and parks to festivals and fundraisers, signature projects are the hallmarks of what Kiwanis clubs are known for in their communities.
The EC&C District urges each Kiwanis club to submit an entry to the ECC District
Signature Project Contest.
All entries will be judged, and 3 winners picked. These winners will have their
Signature Project featured on the ECC Website.
One winner will be chosen and be recognized as the ECC Signature Project of the Year.
The District will also recognize one winner from each Division at the District
Convention in Jamaica.
The winning project will be sent to Kiwanis International as the District’s entry in
their 2018 Signature Project Contest.
Every club may submit one club-level project. Only one submission per club will be allowed, and all clubs are encouraged to participate. Entries may be submitted any time between January 1, 2018 and February 28, 2018. Winners will be announced in March
To enter please click here.
The ECC committee on Image will review qualifying submissions and select the finalists. The finalists will be recognized by featuring the project submitted on the ECC Website.
Committee members are: Christine King (Chairman), Gary Levine, Gail Norris, Paul Chapman and Merdina Callum