We are a community service organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time. We do this by developing fellowship, networking, education, leadership and community service opportunities for our volunteer members to better our community through all kinds of hands-on projects, with special emphasis on child development and safety and youth leadership training through service, and by supporting other community organizations.
Since 1962 the Kiwanis Club of Fort Myers-Edison has been contributing to our community. It is one of over 8,300 Kiwanis clubs throughout the world.
If you want to become personally involved in service to others in need, we welcome you to this website, ask you to browse around, and then ultimately join us in our quest.
You are welcome to attend any of our meetings to learn more about us.
The Club currently meets each Thursday at 7:45 a.m. at the Golden Fork Cafe, 3086 Cleveland Avenue (Route 41) in Fort Myers (click here for map and directions). Each week there is a speaker or program reflecting community interests, opportunities for community servive, good fellowship and networking opportunities.
Members of the club came to our meeting early and made 150 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to be distributed to homeless families by the Love and Light Ministries in North Fort Myers.
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