Redmond Kiwanis frequently considers worthwhile causes that need either manpower or funding. If you wish your organization or cause to be reviewed, please fill out the forms reached by the links below:

Redmond Kiwanis Funds Request Application

Redmond Kiwanis Volunteer Request Application

 

 

 

 

 

Ordinary People Performing Extraordinary Work

Mission

The Kiwanis Club of Redmond improves the lives of the youth and families of Redmond and the surrounding communities through increasing hours of service, dollars of support and positive role models for the youth and future leaders of the community.

Redmond Kiwanis Goals

  • To assess needs and select targeted service projects that will make a difference in the lives of many youth and families in Redmond and the surrounding communities.
  • To provide support for disadvantaged youth and families
  • To provide support to other child service organizations by providing hours of services by members and dollars of support by the club.
  • To provide positive service and leadership role models for youth and families in Redmond and surrounding communities.
  • To enlarge the membership in the Kiwanis Club of Redmond though selective recruiting and providing positive experience for members.
  • To provide current club members the benefit of fellowship, networking, leadership development and service opportunities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

Redmond Kiwanis Oktoberfest celebration moves downtown, expands to two days.(Click thumbnail for details)

More than 30 craft beers will be on tap along with wines and ciders at the seventh annual Redmond Kiwanis Oktoberfest. This year it’s a two-day, family-oriented celebration in Downtown Redmond centered at Wild Ride Brewing on Fifth Street.
The fun begins at 4 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 26, lasting until 10 p.m. and resumes from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 27.
In addition to live music by Nite Owl, 2nd Hand Soldier and Jones Road, other entertainment includes a grain toss and stein hoistings for adults and carnival games and bouncy houses for children.
Kiwanis members will be preparing and serving brats, burgers and other classic German foods all day long.            
Admission is free, but silent auction and raffle tickets will be available to additionally support Kiwanis youth projects in the community.
The traditional Kiwanis auction began in the 1970s as a fundraiser for construction of the Cascade Swim Center. It emerged as an Oktoberfest auction in 2008.

Media: if you need more information, please contact Noah von Borstel, chair of the event, at 541-980-2040, cell, or 541-548-1712, business.