Serving Hermosa Beach Since 1926

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Our Mission Statement:
 To provide community support by providing mentoring and leadership opportunities through community service projects and youth programs. 

Local Community Involvement:
Here are some of the items we have been a part of, donated to or helped to create over the years: 

  • Christmas Tree Lot - Fundraiser
  • Taste at the Beach – Fundraiser
  • Pier Plaza Clock – Donated
  • Organized and donated the 911 Memorial Button Bench 
  • Organized and donated  the Greenbelt Fitness Stations 
  • Support for the HB Emergency Operations Center 
  • HB Mural Cantina Real West Wall
  • HB Historical Museum Renovation
  • Maintenance of the HB Veterans Memorial 
  • Supporters of the HB Art Walk 
  • Organizers of the HB Hand Print Wall
  • Donation to the Katrina Library 
  • HB Chamber Fiesta Volunteers
  • Supporters of  the Project Touch Program
  • Blood Drive volunteers
  • Neighbor-to-Neighbor program - Feeding the Homeless
  • Annual HB Sister City Student Exchange Picnic
  • Supporters of the Saint Patrick’s Day Parade
  • High School Seniors ​Scholarships Awards Program

Over the last decade the Hermosa Beach Kiwanis Club has raised and donated over one millon dollars. 

  • $350,000 to local charities
  • $200,000 to HB schools
  • $300,000 in Scholarships 
  • $100,000 National Charities 
  • $120,000 Sponsored Youth
  • Provided over 100,000 Hours of Community Service

Why Join?

  • Meet New and Interesting People
  • Meet Community Leaders 
  • Weekly Educational Speakers 
  • Community Service 
  • Opportunities for Leadership 
  • Participate in fundraising 
  • Learn About Community 
  • Social Activities 
  • Fellowship 
  • Local, Regional and National Opportunities for Leadership
  • ... and most of all we have FUN!    

Like many Kiwanis clubs the Hermosa Beach Kiwanis Club focuses on changing the world by serving children, one child and one community at a time. To do this, we sponsor a range of student clubs — The Builders Club at Hermosa Valley school for adolescents; the  Key Club for teens at Redondo Union High School; The Circle K club for university students at El Comino College and the Aktion Club for adults living with disabilities. By doing this we are able  to reach more people and have a greater service impact on our local community. 

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