Mission Statement: Serving the Children of the World
The Sapulpa Kiwanis club, much like the other clubs located in 80 nations across the globe, helps our community support our children. As a club. we achieve what one person cannot accomplish alone.
Service is at the heart of every Kiwanis Club. Worldwide, members stage nearly 150,000 service projects and raise nearly $100 million every year for children, communities, families and projects. The Sapulpa Club holds two major fundraisers each year: the Pancake Feed and the Kiwanis Golf Tournament. These fundraisers contribute to the many ways we help the children of our community.
Kiwanians focus on changing the world by serving children, one child and one community at a time. To do this, our chapter sponsors several leadership clubs in our local schools for children: K-Kids at 3 elementary schools, Builders Clubs at Sapulpa Middle School and Sapulpa Jr. High and Key Club at Sapulpa High School. Click on the "Sponsored Programs" tab to learn more.
The Sapulpa Kiwanis Club has a strong camaraderie and fellowship. We enjoy the informality of our club meetings as well as working side by side during service projects. Members make new friends by being part of our club and enjoy an excellent networking opportunity. Members meet new people from all over their region and the world through service projects, fundraising and by attending district and Kiwanis International conventions.
If serving children and your community is something you feel strongly about, contact us or come to a meeting and check us out! It is a fun way to do good for Sapulpa and the world.
Success Stories in our Community!
Kiwanians Larry and Chuck help the Salvation Army with their annual fundraising event for Christmas.
Sapulpa Kiwanis Helps the Community
Enhancing Kelly Lane Park
The Kiwanis Club of Sapulpa has helped enhance the beautiful Kelly Lane park by adding an additional walking trail, building a floating stage, and helping with community clean up days.
The additional trail will eventually provide a safe route to school for kids as far west as Jefferson Heights Elementary. The Sapulpa Parks Department received a check for $100,000 in 2019 for this trail system. Read more