Downtown Madison
Serving the Children of the World
Downtown Madison Kiwanis Moves to Madison Club
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Kiwanis of Downtown Madison has moved to The Madison Club, at 5 E. Wilson Street....

Highway 19 Cleanup
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Over a dozen club members picked up litter on Highway 19 betwen River Rd. and...

Downtown Madison Donation to save over 12000 mothers and babies
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The Kiwanis Club of Downtown Madison President Ed Young, Jr. (left) presents...

Selling Raffle Tickets for Handcrafted Kayak
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Every other year a team of Kiwanians build a cedar canoe or kayak from raw materials...

UW Madison Circle K Shines at Annual Convention
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The Circle K Club at UW Madison, sponsored by Downtown Madison Kiwanis, received... more


The Kiwanis Club of Downtown Madison is a service club with a membership of around 90 men and women. It was founded in 1917 as one of the first Kiwanis Clubs in the State of Wisconsin. We are one of approximately 8,000 Kiwanis Clubs worldwide.

Our Mission
The Kiwanis Club of Downtown Madison is a diverse group of men and women who dedicate themselves to personal involvement and financial support focused on community needs and to club activities that foster personal growth and build camaraderie.

The club usually meets at the Madison Club at 5 E. Wilson St. on Mondays at 12:10 following a buffet lunch, although there are exceptions for a handful of days each year. In addition to the weekly luncheon meetings,
are a number of projects and activities available throughout the year.

Coming Projects and Activities

Date Type Title
5/25/2015 Meeting
6/1/2015 Meeting

Downtown Madison Kiwanis celebrates the academic progress of former scholarship winners as it awards its 2015 scholarships to deserving Dane County students. 

6/2/2015 Committee

Leader: Richard Berling

Host: Mary Wallace

6/8/2015 Meeting

Director of Development for the Rugby Sports Complex in Cottage Grove, Wi mixes Rugby History in Wisconsin with other aspects of life including Community, Commerce, Competition, Youth Education and health...

6/15/2015 Meeting
6/22/2015 Meeting

Edgewood College Professor Jill Kirby discusses the subject that keeps college students up until 4:00am.   Can science and religion coexist in the same context?

6/23/2015 Event

Bloodmobile volunteering to include 3 shifts of approximately 2 1/4 hours each for resgistration, donor assist/canteen.

6/29/2015 Meeting
7/6/2015 Meeting
7/13/2015 Meeting
7/20/2015 Meeting

Terry and Sherry Shockley are pioneers in the television evolution in Madison.  Kiwanis member, Terry, and his wife Sherry, will walk down memory lane with their experiences.

7/27/2015 Meeting
8/5/2015 Committee

Leader: Keith Notbohm

Host: Elaine Lohr

8/25/2015 Event

Volunteers to staff the food concession tent working as cashiers, cooks and runners.

9/15/2015 Event

Times to be set closer to date of event.

Contact us at Madison Kiwanis

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