Serving the Children of the World

The Buffalo Club of Kiwanis International was established on July 3, 1916. It is the 11th oldest club in the world and has been in continual service helping children-in-need throughout Buffalo and Western New York.

We provide guidance, financial, and/or volunteer support to 

(Click on a logo to learn more about the programs we support)

Welcome to the Newest Organization Receiving Support From Our Club!

Buffalo Public School 84

We sponsor student-run Kiwanis clubs at

Upcoming Events & Notifications

April R, Nancy N, Rudi R, John M, Chris and Edith L all worked the ticket booths for the Gliding Stars annual show “Salute To Our Heroes” from noon until three. Niagara Wheatfield President Debbie Bently along with Colin and Susan Smith were present. St Francis High School and Sacred Heart Academy students helped with crowd control. Buffalo Kiwanis certainly is proud and happy to have served.

Lady Bug Award

On March 1, 2024, Kiwanis Club of Buffalo, NY, members John Moffit, Rudi Rainier, and the School 84’s coordinator of the ceremony Lisa Palladino, presented the winner of the Big Lady Bug award to Savonna Incorvia. 

Savonna Incorvia

Small Lady Bugs were given out to deserving students in recognition of their efforts at School 84.

Volunteers Needed!!!

We need volunteers to help support our Aktion Club. The club helps adults with disabilities become competent, capable, caring leaders through the vehicle of service. It is the only club of its kind in the world with over 10,000 members. 

Please contact us for more information if you would like to become involved.

Volunteers
Needed!!!

We need volunteers to help support our Aktion Club. The club helps adults with disabilities become competent, capable, caring leaders through the vehicle of service. It is the only club of its kind in the world with over 10,000 members. 

Please contact us for more information if you would like to become involved.

The Kiwanis Club of Buffalo depends on donations from supporters to help run fundraisers and provide funding to sponsored programs. Would you please consider donating what you can to help us achieve a better Buffalo for the children in our community.

All donations are processed through the Buffalo Kiwanis Club Foundation, Inc., and are tax-deductible.

The Kiwanis Club of Buffalo depends on donations from supporters to help run fundraisers and provide funding to sponsored programs. Would you please consider donating what you can to help us achieve a better Buffalo for the children in our community.

All donations are processed through the Buffalo Kiwanis Club Foundation, Inc., and are tax-deductible.

Meeting Times

All Meetings Currently Held on Zoom Until Further Notice

Directions

The Buffalo Grand Hotel is located at 120 Church Street next to WKBW Television Studios

Meeting Times

We are proud to host the next Niagara Frontier South Division meeting, 6pm at Chef’s Restaurant, 291 Seneca Street, Buffalo, NY 14204. 
 
Presenter will be Chad Miller, Director of the PFC Joseph P. Dwyer Peer Support Program at Veterans One-Stop Center. Chad spoke recently at a Buffalo Club lunch. The Dwyer Support Program gives meaningful direction to veterans. Cost will be $30.
 
The family-style meal will include salad, bread and butter, coffee or hot tea. Dinner options are rigatoni, oven-roasted potatoes, banquet-cut Italian sausage with peppers and onion, chicken parmesan and a vegetable medley
cannoli for desert
 
Please email or call Bill S.
bschultz223@yahoo.com or 716-480-0431- leave message.
 

The Kiwanis Club of Buffalo consists of committed people from the business, nonprofit, and academia communities who have banded together to work on projects that benefit others in the Buffalo metropolitan area. We are always looking for new members. We not only value your support but we value your ideas on new projects the club can help out. To learn about becoming a member.

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