Volunteers Dedicated To Changing The World, One Child & One Community At A Time.
These Are Why We Serve!




Welcome to the Kiwanis Club of Issaquah!

The Kiwanis Club of Issaquah, has been serving our community since 1929.  As a group, we can achieve what individuals cannot do alone. To learn more, join us for a fun and informative meeting any Wednesday at noon! KIWANIS- Let us make noise and have fun serving, "ONE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE one child and one community at a time. "Enjoy your service" to the community!

Kiwanis Serving the Children of the World! 


Kiwanis Online Bingo, a fundraiser for The Garage, Teen Cafe March 25th 7-8:30 PM. A safe space for teens to hang out with friends, get coffee and a snack, play a game, play music, watch TV, talk over homework, and more. 

Featuring as Bingo Caller, community business leader, Nathan Bosseler, President, CASTUS -- Nathan is the founder and owner of CASTUS Corporation, a nationally recognized company that makes systems for TV broadcasting, scheduling and video on demand. Children's Charity and Fundraiser | Kiwanis Club of Issaquah (issaquahkiwanis.org)  Buy your Bingo cards by Tuesday, 3/23, midnight you will recieve a Zoom invite within two days of the event.  Thank you for joining us!


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You can order your Easter candy & support Issaquah Kiwanis as the same time! There is a great variety to choose from, everything from the 1 lb & or 2 lb box of nuts and chews, dark chocolates, assorted chocolates, and Easter eggs (great for grandkids!). 


Issaquah Celebrates 41st Annual Community Awards

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Human and Spiritual Values Award

I have the great pleasure of presenting this year’s Human and Spiritual Values Award on behalf of the Kiwanis Club of Issaquah. The person we are honoring this year has been an exemplar of compassionate care, steadfast advocacy and community engagement, guided by his faith and his commitment to improving the lives of others.

I first met this person through the Issaquah Schools Foundation Basic Student Needs Committee, where he was an active member and contributor. I would run into him at the Issaquah Nurturing Network meetings, where he is still a regular attendee, and due to his gentle persuasion I was introduced to Passage Point – as I am sure, so have hundreds of others been introduced through his outreach for this amazing recovery and reconciliation facility located just south of Issaquah. (And now you know I’m talking about Don Burnett. . .) - READ MORE 

Issaquah Kiwanis Environmental Committee – What do we do?
by: Sherry Dietz

We are a committee of the Issaquah Kiwanis club focused on environmental projects within the greater Issaquah community that provide opportunities for Kiwanis and affiliated clubs to restore and enhance the environment in alignment with the club mission.  We also hold ourselves accountable to demonstrate efficiency by guiding the club to be more efficient in all operations.

We start at home – in our Building and Operations

Our Building:

We are working toward increasing efficiency of the Gibson hall to retire fossil fuel at every opportunity and to prepare to participate in the use of renewable energy.  This transformation is being kicked off with the replacement of a 32-year-old water heater.  We will be performing a PSE energy assessment to help prioritize future projects.  The committee is also researching options for purchasing renewable energy for the building.  A few of the options are the PSE Green Power Program or Arcadia Renewable Energy.    READ MORE!



We also fundraise for:

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Kiwanis/SIGN PNW Kiwanians in Support of the  Surgical Implant Generation Network (SIGN) 

Project Missions:  PNW  Kiwanis: Healing Broken Bones to Save Broken Families