Kids need Kiwanis
Who we are
Kids need adults who care. That’s why people join Kiwanis clubs. They’re local groups of like-minded volunteers who make a difference. Friends. Neighbors. Anyone who loves serving together to change children’s lives. In fact, Kiwanians are part of a global network of clubs and members who partner with each other and with organizations whose missions align with ours. All around the world — and in communities like yours — Kiwanis International is serving the kids who need us most.
The number of Kiwanis family members around the world
Service hours performed by the Kiwanis family each year
The average number of kids each Kiwanian reaches
Dollars (U.S.) granted by the Kiwanis Children's Fund in 2022
LATEST NEWS AND FEATURES
Kiwanis International Trustee Vincent G. Salembier of Kooigem, West-Flanders, Belgium, died on Monday, October 30, 2023. He was 71.
Kiwanis clubs around the world joined other service organizations to help even more communities.
Thanks to Kiwanis Children’s Fund club grants, more kids around the world are reading and learning.
In Louisiana, U.S., one family has been represented in Kiwanis for more than 8 decades.
Kiwanis works with UNICEF to support mothers and babies around the world.
Experience has shown Kiwanis International President Katrina Baranko that everyone has potential — and an opportunity to fulfill it.