What We Do
Kiwanis Club of Pasadena
What We Do
Villa Esperanza Services – we work with this organization to help disabled adults in Pasadena improve their self-esteem and help them to give back to their community through the Aktion Club
Union Station Homeless Services – we prepare, cook, and serve a monthly meal to homeless families at the shelter
Salvation Army – we ring bells each year to raise money for their charity.
Rosemary Children’s Services – we raise money for and provide assistance to this service that cares for foster children and adoption agencies to help children and adults succeed.
Elizabeth House – working with homeless, young mothers and their children through support and hope.
Camperships for Kids – we provide funding to send kids to summer camp who cannot afford to go on their own. Boys & Girls Club, Ability First and the Salvation Army
Student Awards Program – We provide annual scholarships to outstanding students from the schools around Pasadena.
Key Clubs that teach leadership skills to students from Marshall High School and La Salle
We offer a “Career Day” where we take the Key Club members to various businesses for the day to learn about different professions and then to a luncheon afterwards to debrief about their experiences.
We have a Circle K Club with Pasadena City College where these students provide community service and learn leadership traits.
Kiwanis Rose Float Project – we assist in preparing this international representation of Kiwanis while also being the host club for the President of Kiwanis International.
Other projects, i.e., Special Olympics, Boy Scouts, etc.
The Kiwanians of Pasadena work together to achieve what one person cannot accomplish alone. Our focus is to make Pasadena a better place to live.
Are you ready to join us?
Apply for Kiwanis club membership by calling Craig Wallace at 909-210-3250