Community Service

 Part of being a Kiwanian is giving of one’s self to help others.  The Redmond Kiwanis Club prides itself on the active volunteerism of it’s membership.  Our club’s emphasis strongly reflects the Kiwanis International emphasis on Youth.  Below is a list of some of the  community service projects supported by our Club, and a slideshow of photos  taken during those community service projects.

Youth Community Service Projects

  • Albert Einstein Elementary School
  • Assistance League of the Eastside – Operation School Bell
  • Avondale Park
  • Boys and Girls Club
  • Boy Scouts of America, Pack 558
  • Eastside Baby Corner
  • Friends of Youth – The Landing
  • Jubilee Reach
  • Lake Washington School Foundation
  • Sounder Boyz Redmond Kiwanis Soccer Team
  • Youth Eastside Services

Other Community Service Projects

  • Adopt-A-Road, City of Redmond
  • Beat the Bunny 5K Run
  • Hopelink Food Bank
  • March of Dimes

Preparing & Submitting a Proposal for a Community Service Project

Club Members are requested to follow a submittal process adopted by the Board of Directors as developed by the Service Project Committee.

The “Service Project Proposal Submittal Form” outlines the information to be included in a proposed plan for a community Service Project, including descriptions and format of the project data sought, and suggestions for how a proposed plan should be submitted to the Service Project Committee for acceptance by the Board of Directors. Questions may be directed to the Service Committee Chair.

Other Project Resources

Description of Chair/Team Lead Role for Service Projects is a reference guide for use by all members on how to lead a Service Project event or activity. Questions may be directed to the Service Committee Chair.

Activity Sign-Up Sheet – a template to customize and use by all Chairs at Friday Meetings to recruit and record volunteers.

Activity Sign-In Form – a template to customize and use by all Chairs to record volunteer participation time at an activity.