The Blueberry Sale is our largest fundraiser. Proceeds go to help our grantee and youth programs. We will be open for early order in March 2023. Berries will be available for pick up in late June 2023.
If you have any questions, please email us at: [email protected].
Through its Grants Program the Arlington Kiwanis Club provides financial support for numerous non-profits that provide services to children in need. Through their support of the Club’s Sponsorship Program, Arlington businesses and individuals become a partner with the Club in providing financial support for these grants.
Our Sponsors are recognized throughout the year for their service to the community and receive other benefits, including invitations to special event lunches and breakfasts throughout the year, (Supporter level and above). We encourage all friends of Kiwanis to support and patronize our Sponsors.
Those interested in becoming an Arlington Kiwanis Sponsor can complete the on-line form below and choose from a number of sponsor levels, knowing that their support will bring a smile to a child!
There are the following five levels of sponsorship out of which you can chose anyone:
Categories of Sponsors:
Depending on the level our sponsors get recognized in various ways such as being a feature presenter at meetings of the Arlington Kiwanis Club, home delivery for blueberry purchases, recognition as a Child’s Champion on website, at meetings, and in sponsorship materials, appreciation on the club’s social media outlets and a framed certificate.
Folger Nolan Fleming Douglas, Inc.
KW Beltway Homes
Virginia C. Geoffrey
Janet & James Walsh
Buck & Associates
D&V Auto Service Center
Miles & Stockbridge Foundation, Inc.
Commonwealth Electric Service, Inc.
Arlington Food Assistance Center
Davies & Davies
Falls Church Osteopathic Medicine
John Marshall Bank
Dr. John A. Bell, DDS
BSA Troop 167
Complete the form and mail with check to:
Arlington Kiwanis Foundation
PO Box 100131
Arlington, VA 22210
The Kiwanis Club of Arlington established a 501(c) (3) tax exempt organization as a means of collecting, maintaining, and disbursing funds for charitable purposes. The Arlington Kiwanis Foundation is managed by a board of directors elected from and by the members of the Kiwanis Club. This board operates separate from the board of the Club itself. The Foundation employs a professional investment firm to actively manage the Foundation’s funds. Each year, the Foundation Board reviews the returns from the invested funds to determine how much can be disbursed for charitable purposes while still maintaining sufficient principal to generate returns for the future. The funds are distributed through grants based on recommendations from the Club’s board.
In addition to the principal invested funds, money received from the club’s fundraising activities is maintained in a separate Foundation account and is used to further the club’s charitable activities.
Between money generated by the Foundation’s invested funds and from the Club’s fundraising efforts*, the Club distributes on average $80,000 per year to various scholarships, community programs, and organizations.
Amazing enough, By charter 100 percent of fundraising goes to the community