The Longest Continuing Kiwanis Club in Queens, Chartered 1927


What Does Our Club Do?

The Club’s community service outreach touches the lives of many people through the following:

• Award Scholarships to graduating high school seniors to assist with their college education. Since 1984, our Club has awarded 112 students over $149,000 on the basis of their academic achievement coupled with school and community service. Five grants are made annually.

• Sponsor the Key Club at Richmond Hill High School – a high school Kiwanis Club – which instill the values of leadership and community service in our area students.

We also organize special projects and have assisted community organizations in their work, including:

• Books for Kids Program in several local schools

• Boy Scouting for the Handicapped

• Boys and Girls Club of South Queens

• Christmas Party & Toys at Jamaica Hospital

• Emergency Food Pantry

• Essay Contest

• Halloween Parade

• Heartshare

• Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Conferences

• Kamp Kiwanis

• Neighborhood Street Fairs

• Photo with Santa Day

• Queens West Kiwanis Sports Association

• Soap Box Derby Competition

• Special Education Programs at P.S. 90

• Thanksgiving Events

• Woodhaven-Richmond Hill Volunteer Ambulance


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What Do We Do?
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