Kiwanis International European Federation

Serving the children of the World.

Social corner

A stock market for social projects, what the hell is this ?

Kiwanis Club from Braine le Comte Soignies came to the idea to create a platform for presenting and offering projects in conjunction with local institutes. Service clubs can discuss trough this website with the institute which part of the project can be sponsored.

Combining the wisdom for developing new idea.

Read all about the KIAIDEKI project (who’s helping who) and about other experiences you can share with the club of Braine le Comte Soignies, beware you are in Belgium.


International Contacts

As Kiwanis is a global organisation it is always good to extend your horizon to foreign countries. Meeting a local Kiwanis Club is always a great experience. 

Read here the story of the Wiener trip last december of the French Club of Dinan Pays de Rance with an adapted concert and meeting with the 5 Wiener clubs. See by the way what this club does as yearly festival, in the Bay of the Mont St.Michel !


Goals and Conditions

This page has been created to communicate about actions and realizations that go over the usual and  link to an item of general intrest for Kiwanians.

You can send your input for this page to

There are some small conditions which the committee will handle

  • the text is maximally 100 words long
  • the text is written in English
  • no announces for activities or fundraising events find their place here
  • one or maximally two pictures can be joined; the pictures should be of good quality
  • the pictures should reflect the impact of the action: Children should be central in the picture
  • pictures of dinners and of groups of members will be banned.
  • the activity should be recent
  • the published subjects will be classified in groups relating the main treated subject

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