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2014-2015 Club Activities


 

Kiwanis Club of Greater Federal Way

Activities for Children/Community

2014-2015

 

  • Sponsor & support Key Club at Thomas Jefferson (TJ) HS. Where they learn leadership & value of community service. 

    • Our TJ Key Club has about 75members. We also help send TJ’s Key Club delegates to their conventions each year.

  • Awarded scholarships to outstanding TJHS Seniors.

  • Support Birth to Three Development Center.  This group helps developmentally challenged children and their families.

  • Provide support to the Federal Way Senior Center. Two members are also on the board of the Federal Way Senior Center.

  • Provide financial support to the Multi-Service Center Food Bank.

  • Members volunteer at the Multi-Service Center & around the community.

  • Cook & serve free lunches to senior citizens at the FW Senior Center about every three months. A major Kiwanis and Key Club project. Two members are also on the board of the Federal Way Senior Center.

  • Support the Pacific Northwest Foundation.  This Foundation awards grant to PNW Kiwanis Clubs to assist in their projects and to disaster relief throughout the PNW District.

  • Support the Kiwanis International Foundation.  This Foundation awards grants to Kiwanis Clubs throughout the world for projects in their communities. 

  • Participate with South King Fire & Rescue during the annual Community Food & Toy Drive for needy families in the Federal Way community. 

  • Support & participate in the local annual Relay for Life, raising funds to fight cancer.   

  • Sponsor & support a Builders Club at Totem Middle School.

  • Support the Kiwanis Pacific NW District Kiwanis Children’s Cancer Program at Seattle Children’s Hospital, raising money to fund an ongoing fellowship for research.

  • We have an active BUG – Bring Up Grades, program at 3 elementary schools, helping the students by recognizing their achievements.

  • Distributed Student Dictionaries, in partnership with the FW Lions Club, to third graders at Mark Twain and Star lake Elementary Schools.

  • Make available the WSP Law Enforcement Camp to interested HS student each summer.

     

     

     

    The Kiwanis Club of Greater Federal Way is a 501c3 organization.

    www.greaterfederalwaykiwanis.org

 
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