Our club meets for lunch on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month.
We volunteer in the community, providing more that 1,300 hours annually.
We raise funds, 100% of which are invested directly in the community.
We distribute grants of more than $55,000 annually to community organizations that support area children.
We award scholarships of more than $9,000 annually to Arlington high school graduates.
We sponsor leadership opportunities for youth through Key Clubs at Arlington Washington-Liberty and Yorktown High Schools.
We support the goal of eliminating maternal and neonatal Tetanus through our contribution of $52,500 to The ELIMINATE project, a global initiative of Kiwanis International and UNESCO.
We learn about our community from the speakers at our lunch meetings. Our speakers have ranged from a past Supreme Court Justice, federal and state Senators and Representatives, local government officials, authors, business executives, educators and representatives of other Arlington organizations.
We have several hands-on volunteer projects, including sorting and bagging food for Arlington Food Assistance Center, participation in an after-school program reading to children, working with the Arlington Chamber on its MLK Day of Service, and other one-time projects as they occur.
We interact with Kiwanians in other clubs by inviting them to our meetings and by sending representatives to their meetings.