Did you know?

Kiwanis annually contributes 7 million hours of community service, and donates
$100 million for hundreds of thousands of worthy projects in the communities we serve.
Kiwanis Clubs serve their communities by working with governments, schools, and civic organizations,
identifying the needs of the community. Many clubs have both new and long-standing projects and
fundraisers that are also developed by the interests of their club members.
Kiwanians are volunteers changing the world through service.
Kiwanis members help shelter the homeless, feed the hungry, mentor the disadvantaged, care for the sick, build playgrounds, and much more.

No problem is too big or too small.
Why? Because by working together, many can achieve what one person cannot accomplish alone.

About the Kiwanis Club of Walnut Valley

The Kiwanis Club of Walnut Valley was founded on November 26, 1963.

 Our current President is Mr. Matt Martinez. (president@walnutvalleykiwanis.org.)
Club Officers, effective Oct. 1, 2023:
Matt Martinez – President
Ray McMullen – Treasurer
Aggie Kee – Secretary
Henry Cowles – Vice President
Board of Directors 2022-2023
Dick Clippinger – Linda Pena – Dr. Manuel Baca 
Richard Malooly – Camille Jones

About the Cal-Nev-Ha District of Kiwanis International

Since Kiwanis first came to the West Coast in 1917, Kiwanis members of California, Nevada, and Hawaii have been making a positive impact on the communities and people around them.

From disaster relief efforts to youth scholarship programs, being in Kiwanis is all about “giving back.”
With more than 17,000 Kiwanis members (and more than 40,000 members in our Service Leadership Programs), the Cal-Nev-Ha District is the biggest in Kiwanis International.

Our clubs and members contribute in excess of $5.3 million and 850,000 volunteer service hours to their communities each year! Together, we ARE changing the world, one child and one community at a time.

About Kiwanis International

Founded in 1915, Kiwanis International is a global organization of members dedicated to serving the children of the world.

Kiwanis and its family of clubs, including Circle K International for university students, Key Club for students age 14-18, Builders Club for students age 11-14, Kiwanis Kids for students age 6-12 and Aktion Club for adults living with disabilities, dedicate annually more than 18 million service hours to strengthen communities and serve children.

The Kiwanis International family comprises nearly 600,000 adult and youth members in 80 countries and geographic areas. For more information about Kiwanis International, please visit www.kiwanis.org.

The Objectives of Kiwanis

To give Importance to the Human and Spiritual rather than the material values of life.
To Encourage Living by the Golden Rule.
To promote higher social, business, and professional standards.
To encourage and be servant leaders.
To build Kiwanis clubs that build lasting friendships and serve and strengthen local communities.
To Promote Justice, Patriotism, and Goodwill.