For a limited time, the Cal-Nev-Ha Children’s Fund is offering matching Dunlap funds benefiting our Pediatric Trauma Program.
Thanks to the hard work and generosity of our KIWIN’S and Key Club members, an individual or Kiwanis club may be recognized with a new Dunlap – or upgraded to the next level – with a $500 contribution. The remaining $500 will be “matched” by funds raised from our Service Leadership Programs (SLP) members for our Pediatric Trauma Program.
These matching funds* are available on a first-come, first-served basis until funds are depleted or September 30, 2023, whichever comes first. And remember, your $500 contribution is tax deductible!
*Please note, Dunlap matching funds will be phased out as follows: for the 2022-2023 administrative year, the amount of matching funds will be $500; for the 2023-2024 administrative year, the maximum amount of matching funds will be $250; and for the 2024-2025 administrative year, no matching funds will be available.
William A. Dunlap Fellowship recipients are a distinguished group of individuals who support the Cal-Nev-Ha Children’s Fund.
When you join the William A. Dunlap Fellowship, you…
- deliver programs which directly benefit youth, such as Key Leader scholarships for Key Club members and college scholarships for members of our Service Leadership Programs;
- support all District student leaders in attending their board meetings and leadership training, allowing every student to participate regardless of their family’s financial situation;
- award grants to our Service Leadership Program clubs for the implementation of new service projects which seek to prevent or treat pediatric trauma; and
- provide children and their families with the necessary education and resources to prevent unintentional injuries.
What does a Dunlap Fellow Receive?
For a gift of $1,000 to the Cal-Nev-Ha Children’s Fund, new William A. Dunlap members receive a plaque, medallion and lapel pin. The medallion is worn at high-visibility Kiwanis functions. Diamond-level status is attained by Dunlap Fellows who make additional $1,000 contributions. Diamond recipients receive a diamond lapel pin, and a tab that indicates what level of giving has been achieved. The tab attaches to the lapel pin. A new tab is given for each additional $1,000 contribution.
Clubs, divisions, or individuals may order a Dunlap to present to an individual or to a club. A donor may designate 50% of the contribution to be directed to a current program of the Foundation, such as Pediatric Trauma Program, SLP Scholarships or Unrestricted Funds (which the Board allocates depending on need).
Members of the William A. Dunlap Fellowship also receive recognition in donor publications and are invited to special events.
Review the William A. Dunlap Giving Levels
Dunlap Fellowship and Rose Float Fellowship Package Deal!
Have you been considering joining the Rose Float Fellowship? Are you interested in recognizing someone special with the William A. Dunlap Fellowship? Do you want to build a better future for children? The Rose Float Fellowship & Dunlap Fellowship Award Package will accomplish all three objectives!
You may choose to join both the Dunlap Fellowship and the Rose Float Fellowship at the reduced rate of $1,250. Save yourself $750 compared to our regular pricing!
History of the William A. Dunlap Fellowship
The Cal-Nev-Ha Children’s Fund established the William A. Dunlap Fellowship in 1985 as a means to honor William A. Dunlap, Past Governor of the Cal-Nev-Ha District and the first President of the Cal-Nev-Ha Children’s Fund. Learn more
Review the members of the William A. Dunlap Fellowship by Last Name.
Review the members of the William A. Dunlap Fellowship by Award Number.
Review the members of the William A. Dunlap Fellowship by Club Name.
Divisions are asked to promote and encourage the support of the Cal-Nev-Ha Children’s Fund on an annual basis with contributions by the clubs to the Cal-Nev-Ha Children’s Fund giving initiatives. Divisions may participate by awarding a Dunlap Fellowship for outstanding service to the division or to the communities, whether from fundraising or contributions from clubs or members.
One example of a division endeavor to raise funds for a Dunlap is this Dunlap Grid (note its use of legal size paper) to solicit $10 per square (or $5 per square if Dunlap matching funds are available). Once all of the squares are full a winner is drawn and awarded the Dunlap. Then start a second one! This could also be used within some clubs.