Our club is involved in a variety of projects that involve fundraising, community service, and assisting Seniors and children locally and worldwide. Below are the projects in which we are currently involved:
The Kiwanis Club of Richmond was chartered in 1945 and historically, our primary responsibility has always been the Richmond Kiwanis Senior Citizens Housing 122 units of low cost housing on Minoru Boulevard. Those aged wooden buildings are now being replaced with two towers allowing 296 one bedroom suites for our seniors. The twin Towers are now open and fully occuppied, feel free to drive by 7388 Gollner Avenue and 7378 Gollner Avenue . We are proud to welcome our Tenants to this modern housing development for Seniors of Low incomes.
The club also supports programs such as Single Parent Continuing Education, Youth 4H Club, Air Cadets, The Food Bank, Salvation Army, Junior Diabetes, Richmond Therapeutic Equestrian Centre, Richmond and Centre Gollner Avenue and se our new Senior hoisi388ng.for Disabilities, Chimo, Richmond School District R.C.M.P. Boot camp, the Hope of Canada Awards at Richmond Elementary Schools, Richmond Youth Chess Tournament and Kiwanis Children's Cancer Program.