Conejo Valley
Serving the Children of the World
Our winter holiday party is December 11 at Pinot's Palette, starting at 4:30 pm. No paint-by-numbers stuff--you will create your own masterpiece to take home with you! Snacks provided, beverages for purchase, 21 and over. Tickets at
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Our celebration of wine and food on October 20 at Los Robles Gardens was a great success, thanks to Los Robles, our sponsors and vendors. Photos at
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Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world, one child and one community at a time.




Since 1915, with financial and volunteer support from 300,000 members in 8600 clubs worldwide, Kiwanis has been serving children and youth using two approaches. One improves the quality of life directly through activities promoting health, nutrition, and education. The other develops leadership skills and encourages service to the community.

We sponsor K-Kids Clubs at EARTHS Magnet School and Sycamore Canyon School, Builders Clubs at Sequoia Middle School and Sycamore Canyon School, Key Clubs at Newbury Park and Agoura High Schools, and Key Leader Programs.

We are proud to support the growth and health of children of the Greater Conejo Valley and the world, either through our volunteer efforts or through financial grants provided by our 501(c)(3) Foundation:

Ventura County Children's Services Auxiliary
Manna, Conejo Valley Food Bank
Lutheran Social Services Conejo Valley Meal and Shelter Program
Special Olympics
Thousand Oaks Girls Softball Assocation
Kiwanis International Project to Eliminate Maternal/Neonatal Tetanus

We meet every Tuesday from 11:45AM to 1:00PM at Bandits Grill and Bar, 589 North Moorpark Road, and we always welcome guests.  Come have lunch with us!

Please contact President Tom Stapleford or Past President Dee Talley if you would like to learn more about membership in the Conejo Valley Kiwanis Club and how you can get involved.



Together, Kiwanis International and UNICEF have pledged to Eliminate Maternal / Neonatal Tetanus. Kiwanis International has reached its goal of $110 million in gifts and pledges to assist UNICEF in eradicating MNT.  At this point, MNT has been eliminated in 40 of the 59 countries in which it is prevalent.  The cost of three life-saving vaccinations is only $1.80  The $110 million donated by the members of Kiwanis will save or protect 61 million women and their future babies.