Your $1,000 membership in the W. Reid Allen, Jr., Memorial Rose Float Fellowship helps permanently fund the largest Kiwanis-family volunteer project.
Or, be one of the first to join both the Rose Float Fellowship and the Dunlap Fellowship at the reduced rate of $1,250. Save yourself $750 with this special offer!
Only 3,000 Rose Float Fellowships are available worldwide. Once the 3,000 fellowships are awarded, the program ends.
When you join the W. Reid Allen, Jr., Memorial Rose Float Fellowship you…
- provide scholarships for members of Circle K, Key Club and KIWIN’S
- finance a wholesome, community experience for our Kiwanis-family teens and adults; and
- provide a mentoring opportunity for the students.
New Rose Float Fellowship members receive a beautifully framed certificate, lapel pin and medallion. The medallion is worn at high-visibility Kiwanis functions.
Rose-level status is attained by Rose Float Fellows who make additional $1,000 contributions. With their first upgrade, Rose recipients receive a contemporary ribbon and a tab that indicates what level of giving has been achieved. A new tab is given for each additional $1,000 contribution.
About the Kiwanis Rose Float
Kiwanis annually sponsors a Rose Float for the Tournament of Roses Parade, which is broadcast each New Year’s Day from Pasadena, California, to 450 million viewers internationally.
The Kiwanis International Rose Float provides an opportunity for 8,000 Key Club, Circle K, Builders Club, and Kiwanis members to decorate the Kiwanis float and 10 additional floats throughout December.
But this isn’t about decorating a Rose float. This is about thousands of Key Club, Circle K, Builders Club, and Kiwanis members who are:
- Building character
- Learning teamwork and leadership skills
- Creating community and friendships
- Gaining job skills
- Having fun with the Kiwanis family