Kiwanis Club of Woodland sponsors and/or partners with other local organizations to co-sponsor many community activities and events.

Kiwanis Club of Woodland Sponsored Projects

Kiwanis Reading Oasis (A Kiwanis Club of Woodland Signature Project) - Kiwanis Club of Woodland has announced a drive to create new reading rooms in elementary schools throughout Woodland. Kiwanis and Woodland schools officials will dedicate the first of a series of Kiwanis Reading Oasis reading rooms at Whitehead Elementary School. As part of this ongoing project, the Kiwanis Club of Woodland is working to engage local businesses and community service organizations to partner in the development of reading rooms for all Woodland elementary schools.

Key Club is a service club at Pioneer High School and Woodland High School that are directly supported by Kiwanis Club of Woodland. Key Club objectives include developing leadership skills and providing services to members of our community

Woodland Aktion Club serves developmentally delayed adults in our community.
Kiwanis Aktion Club serves many deserving participants each year. Recent activities
include bell ringing for the Salvation Army Holidays donations and participation in the
annual fund raising walk-a-thon to benefit the Yolo County "Meals on Wheels" program.
 

Kiwanis Club of Woodland Co-Sponsored Projects

Family Safety and Wellness Fair - is a signature partnership with Woodland Police Department to further community safety and family wellness.  This initial event will be held in May of 2017.

Child Spree - is a soon to be annual event benefiting needy grade school and even high school kids to prepare for next school year. Co-hosted with Lions Club of Woodland, and Salvation Army of Woodland the event is held at JC Penny parking lot where kids and family members will be served a pancake breakfast before a shopping trip into Penny for school clothes, eye testing, haicuts, fingerprinting and Woodland Police Department bike safety lectures.  Kids are qualified for participation based on need by Salvation Army.

Handy Helpers - is a Kiwanis Club of Woodland and Senior Center project where we
assist senior citizens and those with limited mobility, complete minor repairs around
their homes.

Meals on Wheels – Kiwanis Club of Woodland serves senior citizens and shut-ins, by
delivering meals prepared daily for the Elderly Nutrition Program in Yolo County, better
known as Meals on Wheels, every Friday. Each year we deliver over 600 meals to the
homebound.

Pickin' & Grinnin' - Seasonally, Kiwanis Club of Woodland members pick ripe citrus from the fruit trees of community volunteers' property and donate the fruit to the Yolo County Food Bank.

Salvation Army Bell Ringing - Kiwanis Club of Woodland serves the homeless, and other populations served by the Salvation Army as Bell Ringers, outside local grocery stores to raise money at Christmas.

Yolo County Backpacks for Kids Project - Kiwanis Club of Woodland prepares and
serves a lunch to the volunteers who are providing school backpacks filled with school
supplies to those children and families who need a hand.

Division 7 - Kiwanis Regional Projects

Kiwanis Family House – The Kiwanis Family House provides low or no-cost temporary
housing for families of sick and injured children who are hospitalized at the U.C.D.
Medical Center in Sacramento. No family members are turned away due to their inability
to pay. Woodland Kiwanis Club partners with other Kiwanis Clubs in our region to
provide funding and staffing for the Kiwanis Family House located on the grounds of the

Kiwanis International

A global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the
world, one child and one community at a time.

The Objects of Kiwanis

Kiwanis members are guided by these key principles:

  • To give primacy to the human and spiritual, rather than to
    the material values of life.
  • To encourage the daily living of the Golden Rule in all
    human relationships.
  • To promote the adoption and application of higher
    social, business, and professional standards.
  • To develop, by precept and example, a more intelligent,
    aggressive, and serviceable citizenship.
  • To provide, through Kiwanis Clubs, a practical means to
    form enduring friendships, to render altruistic service,
    and to build better communities.
  • To cooperate in creating and maintaining that sound
    public opinion and high idealism, which makes possible
    the increase of righteousness, justice, patriotism, and
    goodwill.

Kiwanis clubs and members undertake nearly 150,000 service
projects each year, contributing more than $107 million USD
and 6.2 million volunteer service hours. Together, we’re
changing the world, one child and one community at a time!