Serving The Children of the World

Welcome to Moorabbin Kiwanis

On January 21st 2015, Kiwanis International turned 100. It took a long time for Kiwanis to expand outside North America, but on 20th July 1970,the Kiwanis Club of Moorabbin was chartered, and has been serving the needs of the citizens of Glen Eira, Bayside and Kingston (formerly the City of Moorabbin) for all of those years,

Our members are currently working for Heartkids Australia, Special Olympics and RDA etc, but have been involved in projects as diverse as a scented garden for the blind, a children's playground, a retirement village, plus painting, gardening, cooking sausages etc. All aimed at helping someone in need, particularly Children.

Kiwanis International has recently adopted a new branding campaign "Kids need Kiwanis".

The following link may explain this more: Kids need Kiwanis brand.

Now Kiwanis International has another world project "Eliminate", that will Eliminate Maternal Neonatal Tetanus from the earth, and Moorabbin Kiwanis is already a Model Club, having raised $750 per member for Eliminate.

The Kiwanis Club of Moorabbin has achieved Blue-level Today Club status for the 2015–16 Kiwanis year. That means our club’s unrestricted gifts to the Kiwanis Children’s Fund reached a per-member giving average of US$10.  

 

Learn more about us and what we do by viewing our newsletters. Click here Newsletters.

 Also check out the  Kiwanis Family Link page, and the Community Links page.

  • Bryan Williams making a presentation of a BBQ Á two bikes to Vasilios Manavas, Thian Ng, and Prsident Anastasia Katakouzinos at TASCSA headquarters on Friday 12th May
  • Joan Lord visits the Allan Lord HeartKids Family Day to show her support April 2017
  • Governor Tony Gunn presents the first Rising Sun Award to Bryan Williams on 20th February 2017
  • Hadi Issa accepts a cheque for Careline from Bryan Williams on 5th December 2016
  • Gus MacFarlane accepting his Foundation Fellowship Certificate on his 90th Birthday
  • Bryan Williams conducting the KADCF Workshop at Convention August 2016
  • Celebrating Eliminate Achievement our last time with Allan Lord May 2016
  • Certificate of thanks for the SLSV for their volunteers for Heartkids May 2016
  • John Macdonald talks about Berry Street February 2016
  • Jane Tompkins accepts a certificate of appreciation for Bunnings March 2016
  • Scott Anderson (Bayside Church) accepts our donation for Matt's Place Christmas Dinner Dec 2013.
  • Dr Margo Honeyman talks to an invited audience on Vitamin D March 2014