Kiwanis International is a global organization, made up of volunteers, dedicated to changing the world, one child and one community at a time.
What does KI stand for?
KI stands for Kiwanis International
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We have 10 other meanings of KI in our Acronym Attic
- Killer Instinct
- Kinderberg International
- Kinetic Inhibitor (chemistry)
- Kinetic Interceptor
- King Island (Tasmania, Australia)
- King's Indian (chess)
- King's Island (amusement park, Cincinnati, Ohio)
- Kingdom Interlinear (Jehovah's Witnesses)
- Kinsey Institute
- Kiribati (ISO country code, top level domain)
- Klaksvíkar Ítróttarfelag (Klaksvík, Faroe Islands soccer club)
- Klean Industries Inc (Vancouver, BC, Canada)
- Knee Immobilizer
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- Known Issue
- Københavns Idrætsanlæg
- Kodiak Island (Alaska)
- Koito Industries (Japan)
- Konami Industry Co., Ltd.
- Künstliche Intelligenz (German: Artificial Intelligence)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Nunnally was honored with the Walter Zeller Fellowship Award from the Raleigh Kiwanis Foundation in recognition of his contributions to the Kiwanis International joint “The Eliminate Project” with UNICEF.
Some of his community activities were as a board member of Monmouth Day Care Center, Brookdale Community College Foundation, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra League, member of the English Speaking Union, member of the Newcomon Society, district governor of Division Six of Kiwanis International, president of the Lions Club of Clinton, board member of Fruitlands Museums, and adjunct member of the Conservation Commission of Lancaster.
He served on the boards of Kiwanis International San Jose, the Volunteers of America, the Visiting Nurses Association, the Junior Jaycees, and was treasurer of the Los Altos Lutheran Church, as well as chairman of the finance committee for Foothills Congregational Church.
Department Partners with Kiwanis International On June 25, U.
Moore, who played the hero in seven James Bond films, earned his knighthood in the Diplomatic List for charitable services, especially to Unicef and Kiwanis International, another children's charity.