West Seattle
Serving the Children of the World




Our club meets at 6:30pm every Wednesday at the Senior Center in West Seattle.

The address is 4217 SW Oregon St, on the corner of California Ave SW and SW Oregon.

Additional service project locations to be announced each month.

Membership is open to all men and women who possess a genuine interest in serving
the community.

Click here for an application to join Kiwanis

West Seattle Kiwanis was the second service club established in West Seattle, and began in 1929.

Donate in support of our current project, the Kiwanis Children's Cancer Program. Click Here

Contact us at 206-920-3900 or westseattlekiwanis@live.com

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Just three 60 cent doses of tetanus vaccine = immunity from maternal/neonatal tetanus

In honor of mother’s around the world, the West Seattle Kiwanis invites all community      members to celebrate their mother’s love by contributing to The Eliminate Project.

Please consider sponsoring one or more tetanus vaccines. Please click on the                ELIMINATE tab for more information.

 Remembering E. Warren Lawless, 1918-2014:

 Warren was the heart and soul of our Kiwanis Club and his contributions

 to the community were tremendous. Honor Warren with a tax deductible

 contribution to the Kiwanis Scholarship Fund to support youth in our

 community. Please click on the Remembering Warren tab for more information.

Upcoming Events & Guest Speakers      

Upcoming Events:

Sundays 10am-2pm, stop by the Kiwanis tent at the West Seattle Farmers Market and                  meet Kiwanis members, borrow a wagon to shop the market, warm up with a cup of coffee, or just      enjoy some good conversation.

Sunday, December 6, Community Pancake Breakast, please go to our Pancake Breakfast page          for details.

Kiwanis Children's Cancer Program, Join us as we raise money to fund cancer research          fellowships at Seattle Children’s Hospital.

"Fifty years ago, most children with leukemia lived less than one year, and almost none
survived. Now, thanks to advances made at research and teaching hospitals like Doernbecher,
most children with leukemia reach adulthood, cured of their disease."
Dr. Linda Stork, MD.,
Division Head, Pediatric Hematology/Oncology, OHSU Doernbecher Children's Hospital

Join your friends, neighbors, and families for our annual pancake breakfast!        
The Pirates Landing at Alki
is a fun service project for kids of all ages.
Our members distribute pirate
 hats and host the costume contest.
Project Cool serves homeless
kids throughout King County.
Members help fill backpacks with basic school

Our high school Key Clubs
support Relay For Life and March of Dimes with the Walk America drive.
Boy Scout Troop 284 & Crew 284       The ELIMINATE Project: the Global effort of Kiwanis to eliminate
maternal and neonatal tetanus. Three doses of a 60-cent vaccine
can protect mothers and babies. Kiwanis of West Seattle has committed
to providing 700 vaccines over the next two years.
West Seattle Food Bank       The SIGN Project: Help heal broken legs around the world through
the Kiwanis SIGN Project. $100 heals a leg and $15,000 opens
a clinic.

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