KIWANIS CLUB of Richmond Hill

The Longest Continuing Kiwanis Club in Queens, Chartered 1927


What Does Our Club Do?

The Club’s community service outreach touches the lives of many people through the following:

• Award Scholarships to graduating high school seniors to assist with their college education. Since 1984, our Club has awarded 112 students over $149,000 on the basis of their academic achievement coupled with school and community service. Five grants are made annually.

• Sponsor the Key Club at Richmond Hill High School – a high school Kiwanis Club – which instill the values of leadership and community service in our area students.

We also organize special projects and have assisted community organizations in their work, including:

• Books for Kids Program in several local schools

• Boy Scouting for the Handicapped

• Boys and Girls Club of South Queens

• Christmas Party & Toys at Jamaica Hospital

• Emergency Food Pantry

• Essay Contest

• Halloween Parade

• Heartshare

• Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Conferences

• Kamp Kiwanis

• Neighborhood Street Fairs

• Photo with Santa Day

• Queens West Kiwanis Sports Association

• Soap Box Derby Competition

• Special Education Programs at P.S. 90

• Thanksgiving Events

• Woodhaven-Richmond Hill Volunteer Ambulance


What is a Kiwanian?
Our RHW Club
Our Membership
Club Officers
What Do We Do?
Service & Leadership
Scholarship Program
Facts About Kiwanis
Duties as a Member
Objects of Kiwanis
Social Events
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