Welcome to the Ohio District of Kiwanis International
The Ohio Kiwanis Family consists of more than 20,000 men, women, and children serving in Kiwanis, Circle K, Key Club, Builders Club, K-Kids, and Aktion clubs throughout the great State of Ohio. What do we have in common? We are all dedicated to serving our communities and the world. We hope you enjoy this look at our organization and we hope you agree that serving others is the most worthwhile activity any of us could possibly undertake. We invite you to take a closer look at us by joining us at a local meeting or service project. Simply click here to find a club in your area and complete the Member Interest Form to be contacted.
What is Kiwanis?
No, we are not an airline (That’s Quantas) We are a service organization that helps kids. Here is a quick video that explains what Kiwanis is.
Kiwanis is a global organization of member-volunteers who are dedicated to improving the world, one child, and one community at a time.
Kiwanis members dedicate more than 18 million volunteer hours and invest more than US$107 million annually in projects that strengthen communities and serve children. We help shelter the homeless, feed the hungry, mentor the disadvantaged, and care for the sick. We develop youth as leaders, build playgrounds, raise funds for pediatric research, and much more. We believe that helping a child helps the world.
Working together, Kiwanis members achieve what one person cannot accomplish alone. When you give a child a chance to learn, experience, dream, and succeed, great things happen!
Each year, clubs
• Organize nearly 150,000 service projects
• Dedicate more than 19 million volunteer hours
• Raise more than US$133 million
• More than 8,500 clubs in 80 nations
• Nearly 600,000 adult and youth members
Please feel free to like and follow our Facebook page, follow us on Instagram and YouTube, connect with us on LinkedIn and check out our District Calendar to find out what’s going on around the district and in your division.
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