Welcome to Kiwanis!

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Who are we?

Globally, Kiwanis International is an organization of volunteers who are dedicated to changing the world, one child and one community at a time. This organization is comprised of 600,000
members in over 90 different nations! We are formed by nearly 15,000 local clubs around the world whose purpose is to make a positive difference in their own community through service, leadership and personal growth.

The Kiwanis Clubs in the Greater Houston Area are all part of this global network.  Our members include community members of the area who have proactively dedicated themselves to making a difference. Either through your residential neighborhood or your workplace, you have already made an investment in this community and we encourage you to become more involved as a Kiwanis member.

We need caring people like you to help us achieve our goal of becoming a powerly positive influence in the area.  Kiwanis offers many service, leadership and fellowship opportunities, as well as the chance to create networks with business professionals in the area. Learn more about membership.

Service Projects

Kiwanis members are service-minded men and women united in their commitment to and compassion for others. Every day, Kiwanians revitalize neighborhoods, organize youth-sports programs, plant trees, build playgrounds, and perform countless other projects to help children and communities. See some of our local projects, here.

The most unique characteristic about Kiwanis is our Service Leadership Programs (SLPs).  Greater Houston area Kiwanis Clubs sponsor 27 Key Clubs, 1 Circle K and 1 Aktion Club.

George Crowl Receives PLGA Youth Leadership Award

posted May 17, 2013, 6:41 AM by Kiwanis Division 3

On May 14th, Past President Andy Lawrence of the Cy-Fair club presented George Crowl with the Texas-Oklahoma District's Past Lieutenant Governors Association’s (PLGA) Youth Leadership Award. The purpose of the award is to recognize the adults who give countless hours of dedicated service as mentors and leaders to our Service Leadership Programs.

George is responsible for overseeing the Kiwanis Club of Cy-Fair's 11 Key Clubs and 4 Builders Clubs and is also extremely active in the Sea Scouts. George received a certificate, an inscribed desk paperweight and a $100 donation in his name was made to the TX-OK Foundation. Congratulations George!

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