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The Nebraska-Iowa Kiwanis District is an organization of 175 individual clubs, divided into 6 Regions, made up of 24 divisions that encompass much of both states. There are approximately 5,400 Kiwanis members working toward the goal of "Serving the Children of the World."                             

The Nebraska-Iowa Kiwanis District is one of 47 districts worldwide in Kiwanis International. Members include men and women of all ages, faiths, and employment status. Service Leadership Programs are supported throughout the District.


A Message from Governor, Jan Burch

As we begin a new Kiwanis administrative year, please join me in “Together Growing Kiwanis”.

Growing” doesn’t mean just numbers, charts, and graphs.  It means strengthening our existing clubs to serve the growing needs of kids in our communities.  It means “growing” in the communities in Nebraska and Iowa where Kiwanis doesn’t exist or where perhaps Kiwanis has had a presence in the past.  Read More:

           Key Leader Weekend - November 10-12, 2017                               Camp Calvin Crest - Fremont, Nebraska

 

Hurricane Harvey Relief

Due to the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey, Nebraska-Iowa Kiwanians have asked how they can help the affected areas. Although you and your club may donate or help any way you see fit, we have been provided with the following information.

Kiwanis clubs in the Houston, Galveston, Port Aransas, Victoria, Baytown, Rockport, and Pasadena areas  . . . Read More


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Youth Protection Guidelines (N-I)

 

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"25 Alive" Pledge Form
See 2017 District Convention Presentations

                                               Updated 10-14-2017