P.O. Box 53735, Fayetteville, NC 28305
kiwanis@fayettevillekiwanis.org
 
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Kiwanis Club of Fayetteville, NC

 

Welcome to our home page. The Kiwanis Club of Fayetteville is a civic organization that was chartered in 1921 and has been working diligently to better our community since that time. Please browse our site using the menu at the top of all pages. We are proud to share our rich history and extensive community service.

Club Meetings – every Friday at 12:45 pm at the Kiwanis Recreation Center on Ft. Bragg Rd.

 
 

Upcoming Programs

     
 
  • April 28, 2017

    Laurin Cooper

    Laurin Cooper, the Dad of the famous Mini-Cooper premature twins born at Cape Fear Valley Medical Center, will tell us the inspirational story about how the partnership between the March of Dimes and Kiwanis International helped to save the lives of his sons.  He will also bring us up to date on their progress.  Host: Al Aycock.  You can read the first part of the story right here:  http://www.fayobserver.com/opinion/hasty-a-miracle-times-two-at-cooper-home-in-vander/article_d95c422d-aad9-5645-9336-3a15ebe90556.html

  • May 5, 2017

    Dr Scott Cameron, Friendship House

    Dr Scott Cameron will discuss the Friendship House's effort to provide safe, affordable community-oriented housing for persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities by working with family and community institutions.  Here is where you can learn more:  http://friendshiphousepartners.com/our-story  Host Rick Perko.

  • May 12, 2017

    Nore Brantley, Work Ready Communities, 12 May 2017

    Nore Brantley, the High School to Work Partnership Coordinator for the Cumberland County Schools, will update us on Work Ready Communities and how CCS is ensuring that high school graduates are prepared to enter the work force as part of a coordinated effort with business, the NC Chamber Foundation, NC Department of Commerce, NC Department of Public Instruction, and NC Community Colleges.  Here is where you can find out more:  https://workreadycommunities.org/NC   Host: Al Aycock

  • May 19, 2017

    LTG Pat Donahue, DCG FORSCOM, 19 May 17

    Lieutenant General Pat Donahue, the Deputy Commanding General of US Army Forces Command, will visit us to discuss FORSCOM's mission and the cooperative relationships built with the greater Fayetteville area since completing their move to Fort Bragg in 2011. To learn more about FORSCOM, go to http://www.forscom.army.mil  Host: Al Aycock

  • May 26, 2017

    Sijal Nasralla, Church World Services, 26 May 2017

    Sijal Nasralla, of the Church World Service, will provide information on how this international non-profit organization takes action in NC to alleviate the humanitarian issues surrounding natural disaster, poverty, and refugees.  http://cwsrdu.org/about-us/  Host: Shirish Devasthali

 

Club News

winebarger_king_check_autismsociety-smThe Kiwanis Club of Fayetteville, NC donated $1,000 to the Autism Society of North Carolina.  This check was presented Dec. 2 to Steve King, South Regional Director based in Fayetteville. This group mails our newsletter to any members that don’t use email.


winebarger_ellis_check_falconchildrenhome-smThe Kiwanis Club of Fayetteville, NC donated $2,000 from the Kiwanis Club of Fayetteville Endowment at the Cumberland Community Foundation.  The check was presented at our Dec. 2, 2016 meeting to Michelle Ellis, a volunteer that coordinates Christmas gifts and a Christmas party for the children at Falcon Children’s Home.


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The Uptown Charlotte Young Professional Kiwanis Club wanted to do something to help victims of Hurricane Matthew.  They contacted Gary Cooper, and he said anything they wanted to do would be helpful. So they made fifteen no-sew blankets and donated them to the Highlands Chapter of the American Red Cross. So Gary presented them to Phil Harris, Jr. on behalf of their club at our Dec. 2 meeting.

 
       
 
P.O. Box 53735, Fayetteville, NC 28305 • kiwanis@fayettevillekiwanis.org