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Service Projects

Making A Difference

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Expanding Horizons

Children running the bases at PNC Park

Every year the Kiwanis Club of Greenville organizes a day trip for 200 local youth and adults to experience Pirates Baseball.

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The Good Shepherd Center, Inc.

Serving the economically challenged in the greater Greenville community

The Kiwanis Club of Greenville helps The Good Shepherd Center provide emergency food distributions, holiday food baskets, clothing closet, and hot meals.


Salvation Army

Ringing the bell for the Salvation Army Christmas Campaign

The Kiwanis Club of Greenville assists with the Red Kettle Campaign which helps raise money for those who need it most in the community -- providing toys for kids, coats for the homeless, food for the hungry, and countless social service programs year-round.


Other Community Support

Making the future brighter

The Kiwanis Club of Greenville supports the following community projects and organizations:  Beds for Little Heads, Boys Scouts French Creek Council, Mercer County Children’s Aid Society, Greenville Area Backpack Program, Downtown Ministries, Expanding Horizons Youth Day, Greenville Christmas Parade, Girl Scouts Penn Lakes Council, The Good Shepherd Center, Greenville Area Public Library, Greenville Elementary Kindles for 4th, 5th, and 6th grade Read-a-thon winners, Scholarships for graduating Greenville HS students, Greenville Heritage Days, Greenville Little League, Greenville Salvation Army, Greenville Symphony Orchestra, Hempfield VFD Smoke Detectors, His Work - His Way, Keystone Blind Association, Keystone Adolescent Center, Kiwanis Unsung Hero, March of Dimes March for Babies Walk at Buhl Park, Mercer County Trails Association, National Day of Prayer in Central Park, Newspapers in Education, Kiwanis K-Kids in Elementary School, Kiwanis Builders Club in Middle School, Kiwanis Key Club in High School, Stars Youth Tournament Scholarships, Thiel College Move-in-Day Fair, Meals for Good Shepherd Summer Dinner Program,  Bell Ringing for Salvation Army, Highway Cleanup on Hadley Road, Lenten Messages for the Record-Argus, and Business and Community Expo, 

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