Celebrating Community Service with over 10,000 volunteer hours while Supporting local Charities with over $1,000,000 in Grants awarded.
This years Food Drive was a complete success. Thank you to everyone who came out to help collect donations.
Thanks for visiting our site! The Kiwanis Club of San Ramon Valley is a community service organization that began in 1956 and is comprised of members of the community who enjoy connecting with other people and building life-long friendships, in addition to helping local organizations through community service.
We sponsor several fundraising events each year; most notably, the 4th of July Parade in Danville. Proceeds from our fundraising events are awarded to charities in the local Tri-Valley area. In 2015, we gave away $36,500 dollars.
The Kiwanis Club of San Ramon Valley meets every Thursday for lunch at noon at Round Hill Country Club in Alamo. Starting on November 12, meetings will be held at the Black Bear Diner in Danville. If you are interested in attending one of our meetings, please feel free to drop into a meeting or contact our membership team at email@example.com for more information.
Below are our upcoming meetings and guest speakers for the month of October 2015.
Kiwanis International and Project Eliminate
Kiwanis is an international community service agency, celebrating 100 years of service, with clubs in 80 countries and over 250,000 members worldwide. Member perform about 150,000 service projects and raise $100 million every year for their communities.
The San Ramon Valley Kiwanis Club also recognizes the importance of children as future leaders. We sponsor Key Clubs at local high schools, as well as an Aktion Club for developmentally disabled adults, to reach more people and have a greater service impact on the community.
Kiwanis International has joined forced with United Way for a global service project, Project Eliminate. Project Eliminate is focused on providing the funding for vaccines for every woman and child, to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus from the worth. Over 60,000 babies and women die each year from this disease, and Kiwanis has pledged to help eradicate it.