The Kiwanis Club of Redlands-Morning is located in Redlands, CA. We meet the first and third Thursday morning at ESRI Cafeteria, 380 New York Street in Redlands.  We start promptly at 6:50 am and end promptly at 8:00 am. Come join us for a lively and informative meeting and let us buy your first breakfast.

 

Being a Member of Kiwanis Gives you:

 

  • An opportunity to share your experience, knowledge, and time in serving and giving back to your community; a commitment to community service and to improving our lives by improving the lives of others

 

  • Numerous opportunities for business and community networking

 

  • An opportunity to receive "expert" advice from fellow members who represent a wide spectrum of businesses, professions, trades, and backgrounds

 

  • A chance to get away from the hustle and bustle of the day to relax, see friends, and hearing and informative program; having fun and enjoying the humor we share

 

Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world one child, one community at a time. Since its founding in Detroit, Michigan in 1915, Kiwanis has grown to more than 8,400 clubs in 96 nations.

 

Worldwide, there are about 606,608 active members in the Kiwanis family, representing nearly every culture on every continent. ALL SEEKING TO IMPROVE PEOPLE'S LIVES. Kiwanians give their time to make their communities and world better places in which to live and work.

 

As members of a Kiwanis club, many opportunities are present to make business and professional contacts: You will learn firsthand about local, national and international issues; improve and use your leadership skills; participate in the life of our community and world; and develop lifelong friendships. More importantly, membership in Kiwanis gives you the rewarding opportunity to help others, especially our children and youth.

 

We cordially extend a welcome to members of our community to join with us as we build a better Redlands. Membership is available to all men and women over the age of 18.