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Thank you Green Bay Kiwanis

by Clinton Smith

One of the reasons the WIUM Kiwanis Autism Project is so important is because when we help one child with Autism, we help the community as a whole. Green Bay Kiwanis recently provided an iPad to a family in need in their area, and the family as well as the school sent a note of […]

iPad Donated by Kiwanis of Greater Sheboygan

by Clinton Smith

  Kiwanis of Greater Sheboygan was able to donate their 3rd¬†overall iPad in a period of several weeks. The recipient, Naomi, is very limited in communication skills and has a vocabulary of 12 words, according to her father. Her family was very appreciative and indicated that the iPad will definitely be of great value to […]

National Autism Awareness Month 5K Run/Walk

by Clinton Smith

In support of National Autism Awareness Month, Sheboygan Falls Kiwanis Club, the Greater Sheboygan Kiwanis Club, and the Sheboygan Falls YMCA are holding their annual 5K Run/Walk for Autism on April 29 at River Park in Sheboygan Falls. It will be a time of fun and fundraising! To learn more, go to:¬†https://www.facebook.com/events/206338636519929/ And to read […]

American Family Mutual Insurance Company Donates $10,000 Matching Grant

by Lynn Messer

American Family Insurance recently notified Governor Lynn Messer that the Kiwanis Autism Project will receive a $10,000 contribution to be used in Wisconsin. “It’s great to see that the Kiwanis Autism Project is underway and the response has been so positive. I was also impressed by how much the local Kiwanis clubs are raising. The […]

Oshkosh Area Community Foundation Awards $3,500 for Autism Project

by Lynn Messer
Oshkosh Area Community Foundation

The Kiwanis Autism Project was awarded $3,500 from the Green Lake County/Ripon Community Foundation, as follows: $1,000 from the Ripon Fund for the Ripon School District; $1,000 from the Herman Schultz Fund for the Green Lake School District; $1,500 from the Lucille M. Grams Fund for Princeton, Markesan and Berlin School Districts based on need. […]