“The purpose of Kiwanis is to improve the quality of life for children and families worldwide.”
Kiwanis is an international service organization that emphasizes community service and sponsors many programs for children. Kiwanis supports Children’s Miracle Network and has a worldwide project to eliminate iodine deficiency disorder. Our club locally has supported Women’s Haven, Texas Special Olympics, Tarrant County Food Bank, The Warm Place, Meals on Wheels, and many others.
Kiwanis Club of Fort Worth Southwest Foundation, Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit organization. It holds fund raisers on a regular basis to provide money for its children’s projects.
Kiwanis Club of Ft. Worth Southwest has served Fort Worth and area communities for more than 25 years. It sponsors Key Clubs (high school service clubs) in Crowley High School, North Crowley High School, Everman High School, and Southwest High School in Ft. Worth.
The club has been sponsoring and operating the Cowtown Classic Bike Ride since 1986 as a major fund raiser.
The club meets weekly on Wednesday at 6:45 A.M. at Rise and Shine Restaurant located at 3636 Altamesa Boulevard, Fort Worth, Texas 76133. The meetings last approximately one hour and features a speaker and program.
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Membership applications can be made and approval for membership is determined by the officers and directors of that club.
A one-time new member fee is required by Kiwanis International and monthly club fees apply.
It is preferable that the application be presented in person at a meeting, but you can mail it to:
Kiwanis Club of Ft. Worth Southwest