Kiwanians help build leadership skills from elementary through college. They encourage and build one another through acts of kindness and volunteering.
Kiwanians are corporate officers, managers, small business owners, and self-employed professionals. We are young individuals embarking on careers, successful executives, and active retirees.
Service is at the heart of every Kiwanis club. We volunteer within our community to make an impact in a child's life. What's stopping you?
Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world one child and one community at a time. Schools, hospitals, governments, other nonprofits, corporations, foundations and more have all reaped the benefits of collaborating with Kiwanis clubs. 

Kiwanis Clubs Internationally are involved in more than 150,000 community-service projects each year and annually raise more than $110 million. Together, Kiwanians dedicate more than 18.5 million service hours to strengthen communities and help children.

It's in the 8,300 clubs worldwide that children are served and our communities improved. We hope you consider joining us! 
We meet the first three Wednesday's of every month in the morning for breakfast beginning at 7:30 AM at Golden Corral, 2055 N Marine Blvd, Jacksonville, NC. We also have one night meeting on the fourth Wednesday of the month. It begins with a social at 5 PM with the location changing monthly.
We like to balance our services hours with opportunities to have fun. We strive to have at least one social a month which gives us a chance to get to know one another as well as new members. Contact us to see when our next event is scheduled.
Founded in 1984, our Club is made of people who want to make an impact in the lives of children as well as our community. We are always looking for others who share our passion and encourage you to take the next step by attending a meeting, volunteering at one of our service projects or having fun with us during a social.
We are passionate about helping others. You may already know one of us either through another civic organization, church, co-worker, friend, family member or someone we just met at the grocery store. Always with a smiling face, we greet others as if they are already a friend.