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The Kiwanis Club of Downtown Madison is a service club with a membership of around 80 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
10/30/2017 Meeting
For over 40 years, RSVP (Retired and Senior Volunteer Program) has been matching volunteers, primarily age 55 and older, and community service opportunities. Last year nearly 1,800 RSVP volunteers put...
11/06/2017 Meeting

UW Political Science Professor Andrew Kydd will do a repeat performance for Kiwanis, this time discussing the issues surrounding North Korea and that country's threat to world peace. Kydd received...

11/13/2017 Meeting

Wisconsin Public Radio was first broadcast in 1917 at the University of Wisconsin, making it the oldest non profit radio station in the country.  It recently celebrated its 100th anniversary.

For...

11/20/2017 Meeting
11/27/2017 Meeting

Resettlement of refugees is a very necessary service and a controversial topic these days, be it for victims of Caribbean storms or for emigrants from war-torn countries.  Jewish Social Services provides...

11/29/2017 Event

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

The Dept. of Revenue is located at 2135 Rimrock Road, just across the street...

12/04/2017 Meeting
The Water Sustainability and Climate Project at the University of Wisconsin was an integrated effort to understand how water and the many other benefits people derive from nature could change over time....
12/11/2017 Meeting
C.J. Szafir is vice president for policy and deputy counsel, Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty, a conservative law and policy center based in Milwaukee. He presents a case that the recent submission...
12/18/2017 Meeting
12/25/2017 Meeting

No meeting.  Please celebrate the holidays and enjoy Christmas with your family and friends.

01/01/2018 Meeting
01/08/2018 Meeting

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