Welcome to Helena Kiwanis Club!


IMPROVING THE WORLD ONE CHILD AT A TIME. Chartered in 1921, Helena Kiwanis Club is one of the oldest and respected service clubs in Helena, MT. Our Kiwanis club looks out for our community and the Kiwanis International organization takes on large-scale challenges, such as fighting disease and poverty. For more than a century, Kiwanis has created opportunities for children to be curious, safe and healthy regardless of the community in which they live.

Our Club’s primary mission is to serve the children of Helena. Comprised of business and government leaders, professionals and private citizens, we truly represent a broad cross section of the Helena community. We are generous with our time, creative with our ideas, passionate about making a difference, and we have fun along the way!

We’d love for you to join us at one of our meetings or a service project. 

We meet Mondays, noon at the Double Tree Hotel Downtown, 22 N Last Chance Gulch, Helena, MT.

Projects & Community Outreach

Our “focus on kids” is oriented to sponsoring youth clubs in schools as well as funding a myriad of educational and charitable youth oriented needs. We’re also very active in providing “hands on” community service including Salvation Army bell ringing, clean up work at Batch Fields and our new project of displaying American Flags at subscribing residents and businesses. Many Helena organizations receive assistance including the YMCA, Helena Education Foundation, Head Start and Food Share.

What is Kiwanis?

Kiwanis empowers communities to improve the world by making lasting differences in the lives of children. Kiwanis strives to be a positive influence in communities worldwide – so that one day, all children will wake up in communities that believe in them, nurture them and provide the support they need to thrive.

Service is at the heart of every Kiwanis club, no matter where in the world it’s located. Members stage approximately 150,000 service projects and raise nearly US$100 million every year for communities, families, and projects. By working together, members achieve what one person cannot accomplish alone.

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