Do you like children?
Do you like living in your community?
Do you like to be social, and have fun with others?
If you answered YES to any of these questions, then you would make a GREAT Kiwanian!

What IS Kiwanis?

Kiwanis is a membership based organization, focused on serving the children of the world, one child and one community at a time. If you are passionate about kids, your community, and being of good volunteer service, we would love to have you join us!

There are two ways you can join Moline Kiwanis to become involved. The noon club holds regular weekly lunch meetings on Tuesdays, and holds various volunteer service and fundraising events.  Our noon group meets weekly for lunch at noon on Tuesdays at Trinity Lutheran Church, 1330 13th St., Moline. Look for Faith Hall.
 
To see the many things we are involved with, please visit the "Community Service"  tab at left and visit our photo gallery to learn more about how Kiwanians give back to our community. Check out our prospective member Moline Kiwanis Member Interest Brochure to learn more about how you can make a difference with Kiwanis. 

If you are ready to take the next step simply email us your questions or completed membership application.
Our current membership chair will return your email as soon as they are able.
 

Our evening group,  Quad City IA/IL Evening Kiwanis meets monthly at Bad Boyz Pizza, Moline, IL at 6:00 p.m.
(Please click the "QC Evening Club" button, on the left hand menu.)

MEMBERSHIP RESOURCES FOR CURRENT MEMBERS
Simply click each resource below to download for viewing or printing. 
Membership Application Form
Engaging New Members- Ideas & Fact Sheets
Official Kiwanis Fact Sheet
 
Dues Structure for Membership in the Noon Kiwanis Club of Moline, IL (1/2018)
Individual OR Corporate Membership: $150.00/quarter, or $600.00/year. We offer two ways to pay: Check or credit card (see Treasurer or Secretary for information re: online paying/stripe.) If for any reason a corporate member should move on, relocate or other similar circumstance, the organization or business the member is with shall appoint a new member from that entity and membership will continue. Here is the annual break-down of how the dues are used:
Kiwanis International ($77.00)
Kiwanis II-District ($25)
Weekly lunch meetings ($10 per week or $130 if you attend all meetings)

The remainder to the operating budget as set by the Board of Directors annually for various projects that benefit the community, and in particular, support youth. However, Kiwanis is a global organization meaning we do designate some funds to accomplish regional, national, and world-wide efforts through Kiwanis International. Members will receive a Kiwanis International Monthly Magazine.