Pewaukee Kiwanis has been working to improve our community since 1937.
Our focus is to help area children, families, and communities through service and financial support.
We sponsor many educational initiatives within the local schools, provide scholarships, partner with Pewaukee Parks and Recreation Department, and contribute to numerous local charities.
2022 Charities and Community Projects
|Pewaukee Schools – Training Room||Pewaukee Schools – Girls Softball scoreboard||Pewaukee Schools – Girls softball field|
|Pewaukee Parks and Rec – Baseball diamond at Village park||Pewaukee Parks and Rec – General||Pewaukee Historical Society|
|Clearing House Families||Pewaukee July 4th fireworks||Pewaukee Lake Ski Club|
|Community Connections||Cops for Kids||Pewaukee Schools – Mini Grants|
|Katies Closet||Lake Country Caring||River Partnership|
|Family Promise||Pewaukee Public Library||Pewaukee Schools – Robotis|
|Food Pantry||Life Jacket Programs||Life Striders|
|Healing Hearts||Hebron House||Pewaukee Schools – Scholarships|
The Pewaukee Kiwanis was able to fulfill all our donation commitments for our calendar year 2020/2021 in spite of having to cancel our fundraisers in 2020 due to Covid 19 including $11,000 to the Pewaukee Food Pantry. We presented our final payment for the year of $3,000 to Laura Bradin after she gave our club an update on how the food pantry is helping many local families. Pictured from left to right – front row holding check is Paul Brown, Laura Bradin, food pantry director, Wyatt Repavich, back row Paul Evert, Paul Zelinger, Linda Wittmann, Kent Seflow, Bob Kraemer, Don Gilpin, Dennis Meyer and Rob Myhre.
Besides our own events, we offer our time and support to other groups in our community.
Positively Pewaukee helps to promote the community and organize many events throughout the year. Members of our club volunteer many hours to help make these events successful.
We have a tradition of helping local organizations that align with our mission statement.