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93 Years of Community and World Wide Service to Children



 The newest member of the Kiwanis family is
a service club for adults who live with a disability.

Janesville Kiwanis is proud to sponsor the Janesville AKTION Club, with the support of KANDU Industries.

 " Aktion Club of Janesville took 3rd Place internationally for Best Service Project and 1st Place in our district! I'm so proud of them, and I'm thankful that Kiwanis International developed the opportunity for people with disabilities to organize locally, regionally, and globally to do service and be recognized. Aktion Club of Janesville ROCKS!!!"

- Jim McMullen

Janesville AKTION Club
Chartered April 2007

Our club is 94 years old.

The second oldest service club in Janesville.

See our original 1921 Charter HERE


The Eliminate Project surpassed US$100 million in cash and pledges with the start of district conventions. Our new total includes the Canadian government match and a record US$7.5 million raised in one weekend—the most money Kiwanis International has raised in such a short amount of time.

The fundraising fervor swept across Kiwanis during district conventions this month. Florida, Georgia, Illinois-Eastern Iowa, Montana, Nebraska-Iowa, Southwest and Texas-Oklahoma joined Austria, Belgium-Luxembourg, Capital, France-Monaco, Louisiana-Mississippi-West Tennessee, New Jersey and Taiwan in making district-wide commitments.

“A renewed sense of energy, enthusiasm and commitment is building,” says The Eliminate Project Campaign Chairman Randy DeLay. “The Eliminate Project is creating a new culture of transformational giving throughout Kiwanis International.”

We have less than US$10 million left to raise in the next five months. This is an exciting and historic time for The Eliminate Project. Our victory over maternal and neonatal tetanus is not just achievable; it is inevitable.

"A world free of maternal and neonatal tetanus will soon be a reality,” says Kiwanis International President John Button. “It is a great accomplishment to pass the US$100 million fundraising mark. It is because of our Kiwanis members' devotion to the children of the world that families will no longer know the anguish and pain of losing a mother or baby to tetanus.”

Our collective efforts will help save or protect more than 50 million women and babies. 

Randy adds, “Our world-changing momentum continues. We can do this. Kiwanis, let’s finish what we started.”

Celebrate this achievement with us and share the incredible news.

December Meetings

December 3
(pending conformation)  set as Joint Service club meeting

December 17

Both meetings at 12 Noon at Pontiac Convention Center

 We normally meet
Noon to 1 PM
Every First & Third Thursday

Pontiac Convention Center

2809 N Pontiac Dr, Janesville, WI 53545

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This is our buisiest time of the year to volunteer for service work.
Dec 3rd for ECHO Adopt a Family Gift Items to be turned in
Salvation Army Bell Ringers
Dec. 18
Jan. 4 - 8 and Jan. 11 - 15
Meals on Wheels Sign up.

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Learn more about Janesville Kiwanis' efforts to help children with vision and multiple handicaps in Rock County.
Janesville Gazette story.

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