Serving the Children of the World
Kiwanis Club of Kirkland Tree Lot A Huge Success! Thanks Kirkland!
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The Kirkland community and surrounding neighborhoods came through once again...

KCK Member Brenda Kauffman Receives City Award
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Local business leaders gathered last week for the Kirkland Chamber of Commerce’s...

Girl Scouts to Sing at KCK Christmas Tree Lot
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The holiday season is in full swing in Kirkland with decorations and lights...

Kiwanis Club of Kirkland Christmas Tree Lot Opens November 25
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 With Christmas...

KCK, other Clubs Partner to Help Kids with Needed School Supplies

The days are getting shorter and the evenings cooler. Kids and parents are settling...

Welcome to the Kiwanis Club of Kirkland
102 Years of Happily Serving Children                  

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As we bid adieu to 2016, and welcome in 2017, we would like to thank the wonderful citizens of Kirkland for helping us make 2016 such a successful year. 

The club attracted a number of energetic and talented new members, conducted several successful fundraising events, and was able to increase the number of ways in which we were able to help the children and young people in Greater Kirkland.   Click on the news articles on the right side of this homepage to gain a sense as to how your tree purchases, donations, and grants are put to good use.  

Both our club and the Kirkland Kiwanis Foundation are 100% all-volunteer non-profit organizations, so virtually every dollar we raise goes directly to helping local children.  Recipients include:  Attain Housing (formerly K.I.T.H.), high school Kiwanis Key Club leadership conventions, Special Olympics, What’s Next Bowlers Aktion Club (a service club for impaired young adults), Scouting, Kiwanis Camp Casey (an annual week-long camp for severely physically disabled children, Eastside Baby Corner, Kirkland Easter Egg Hunt, Kirkland Teen Union Building (KTUB), Boys and Girls Club, the Burned Children's Recovery Foundations, the New Bethlehem Project (a day shelter for homeless families), The KTUB/YMCA Summer Youth Institute,  The New Bethlehem Project for homeless families, PantryPacks, and much more. 

We also annually award academic scholarships to selected graduating high school seniors within the Lake Washington School District geographic boundaries, and, through our Bill Petter Memorial Fund we provide vocational scholarships.

In addition, through our Jack Keller Memorial Fund we provide orthodontic care for selected lower income children who are caught in the middle... they neither qualify for state assistance, nor can their parents afford the cost of necessary treatment.

Kiwanis International was chartered more than 100 years ago, and our club was formed nearly 70 years ago.  This makes us one of the oldest service clubs on the Eastside, and with approximately 100 members, we are one of the largest.  We are part of Kiwanis International, whose  mission is Serving the Children of the World, but the overwhelming majority of what we do is focused on local needs. 

We are a fun-loving group of very diverse people.  While we have loads of fun, ...and never take ourselves too seriously.... when it comes to our mission, you can be certain that we take it very seriously.

If you're genuinely interested in helping our community's children in a variety of ways, check out our website further, and if you'd like more information, contact our club secretary Tom Pendergrass at (206) 910 1949.  Better yet, come and join us for a delicious lunch at The Market Street Restaurant (see details below).


Mark Tillman, President 
Kiwanis Club of Kirkland




 Kiwanis Club of Kirkland Weekly Meeting Information

The Market Street Restaurant
1720 Market Street
   Kirkland, Washington

When: Wednesdays 11:45AM Socialize - Order Food
Meeting Starts 12:05PM,  Ends Approx.1:15PM 
See our Brochure - Join us for lunch!

For more information please contact club Secretary Tom Pendergrass
or email him at

For written correspondence please contact club Treasurer Ross Dessert

Kiwanis Club of Kirkland
Attn. Ross Dessert
917 First Street
                 Kirkland, WA 98033-5417             


Want to join the Kiwanis Club of Kirkland? Click here for a Membership Application Form

Kirkland Kiwanis Dues Invoice Information          PDF

LWSD Volunteer Form (Required for participation at school functions.)



Our January 18th Guest Speaker is:

A Representative of Kirkland-based Transpo Group 

Members will learn about the upcoming revolution in transportation using advanced transportation technologies


For additional information on the Transpo Group, click HERE



Looking to keep up with what's going on in your community?  Click HERE

Want to help?  Check out these volunteer projects?    Click HERE

The Kiwanis Club of Kirkland assumes no responsibility for any sites linked to/from its Website, has no obligation to edit posted submissions, and reserves the right to edit, rewrite, and delete content that it deems inappropriate for any reason.