There is no other way to give to so many areas—to touch the lives of so many children and communities—and in so many different ways than by giving a Gift of Today. Gifts of Today come to the Kiwanis Children's Fund from...
Changing the World One Child and One Community at a Time
Learn how you can make a lasting contribution
Sometimes all it takes is a single act of kindness to make an impact. At the University Kiwanis Club, we are unified in our belief that children and their communities benefit from the efforts of a proficient group of caring and involved volunteers. We've achieved so much during our 67 years of work in the Wichita Falls area, including building new playgrounds and starting school programs and youth clubs. But there are still children who need our help. Will you accept the challenge?
The most effective way to reach these children is through expanding the Kiwanis membership. If you'd like to learn more about how you can donate, volunteer or join, contact a member of our nonprofit today.
Leaving our mark, today and tomorrow
The University Kiwanis Club has been involved in the Wichita Falls community for over six decades. During that time, we've developed, funded and launched several important programs and events, including:
- A recent playground finished in March of 2021
- The annual pancake festival
- Christmas projects for children
- Youth clubs and leadership programs
In our community, we are unified in our belief that children and their communities benefit from the efforts of a proficient group of caring and involved volunteers. Please use the above links to learn more about our Club and its service to the Wichita...
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