Welcome to
The Kiwanis Club of South Bend

Kiwanis is a global organization 
of volunteers dedicated
to improving the world
one child and
one community at a time.

Are you looking for a way to be involved in the South Bend area?
Consider becomming a Kiwanian!

The Kiwanis Club of South Bend proudly supports and serves the community
with great service projects like:
  • The Nellie and John Wooden Kiwanis Athletic Awards - providing recognition and scholarships to the community's top student athletes
  • The Dictionary Project - purchasing dictionaries for EVERY 3rd grade student in the South Bend Community School Corporation to encourage reading, writing, critical thining, and resourcefulness
  • Camperships - making a camp experience possible for deserving underprivileged children in our community to build leadership, independence and character
  • Circle K - sponsoring the world's largest college service club at the University of Notre Dame
  • Food for Kids - packing bags of food for children in conjunction with the Food Bank of Northern Indiana
  • And many more local, state-wide and international initiatives!

The best way to learn more about our club - its members, its initiatives, and its enthusiasm for helping our community is to VISIT US!    
oin Us Thursdays at Noon
                                  Suites 8-10 at the Century Center
                                    Downtown South Bend, Indiana

We hope to see you soon!  Mention our website and lunch is on us.

Date Type Title
03/22/2018 Meeting

Drake Shrader will be our speaker. Hear how United Youth Theatre is using theatre as a vehicle to make our youth better performers, well rounded, competitive and confident individuals. Please join up for...

03/29/2018 Meeting

Learn more about the "Innocence Project" at Notre Dame. Jim Gurule and Tia Paulette will speak to our club about the number of innocent people who remain incarcerated in our justice system and...

04/05/2018 Meeting

Our own Sid Shroyer will talk about some of the lessions we have learned from the Holocaust. Part 1. Please join us for some great food and fellowship. Lunch is only $11. Everyone welcome.

04/12/2018 Meeting

Our own Sid Shroyer will continue his talks about the lessons we all should have learned from the Holocaust. Please join us for great food and fellowship. Lunch only $11.

04/19/2018 Meeting

Dick Pfeil has a great program on Diversity Demographics in St. Joseph County.

04/26/2018 Meeting

Be ready to be scared when Matt Herm talks to us about the Niles Scream Park. This seasonal theam park has been scaring Michiana and raising money for not-for-profit organizations for years. Join us and...




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A new ride
Special tricycle helps boy overcome balancing problems