• Community

    Our Kiwanis club thrives on community outreach by hosting an annual children's Back-to-School Shopping...
  • Global Reach

    Our club is involved in all aspects of community, ranging from young children to worldwide commitment.
  • Commitment

    We remain passionate in our commitment to build better lives for our children and our community.
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Happy 100th Anniversary from Kiwanis International President John Button

Welcome to Kiwanis Club of Fort Worth

If you have a passion for making a difference in a child's life, in your community, in the world, in your own life - the Kiwanis Club of Fort Worth is looking for you.

YOU can make a difference.

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Upcoming Activities

Kiwanis clubs are volunteer-based. Club meetings offer an atmosphere of fun, learning and fellowship. Kiwanis members typically volunteer each month to assist with club service projects.

  • Membership Meeting
  • July 6
  • Meeting Starts at 6 PM
  • NFW Boys & Girls Club Tour
    2000 Ellis Ave.
    Ft. Worth, TX
  • PLEASE RSVP to Evite dated June 22. In lieu of the regularly scheduled meeting the 1st Monday in July, our Kiwanis Club has been invited to tour the Boys & Girls Club.  Juanita Holguin, NFW Education Director, will lead us through the club and tell us about the programs and services it provides
  • Satellite Committee
  • July 27
  • Starts at 4 PM
  • Ronald McDonald House 
    1004 7th Ave.
    Ft. Worth, TX
  • The kitchen opens at 4pm for us to begin preparing the meal. We will start serving dinner at 6pm and clean and pack up leftovers once everyone has eaten. If you are not able to arrive by 4pm, please make sure you can be there by 5:30 so that we're ready to go by mealtime.
  • Service Opportunities
  • August
  • August 1, 2015 8-10 AM, Sears @ Hulen Mall. West Enterance. We take 20 children from the Boys & Girls Club shopping for new clothes for school This service project is funded by the club foundation and one that benefits those children who need new uniforms.
  • August 15, 2015 8-10 AM, Sears @ Hulen Mall. West Enterance. We take 20 children from the Diamond Hill Elementary shopping for new clothes for school This service project is funded by the club foundation and one that benefits those children who need new uniforms.
 

The Kiwanis Club of Fort Worth Involvement

  • The Kiwanis organization has several programs for people of all ages to participate in. Below are some that our club has supported for several years
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