The group of committed volunteers that make up Kiwanis act locally to help solve global problems. Each club completes service projects within their own communities. Kiwanis International designates three areas as the focus of our endeavors:
Priority One: Children One to Five-Kiwanis projects make the lives of infants, toddlers and preschool children better.
Priority Two: Seniors Too-Making the lives of our senior citizens better is also a priority of Kiwanis.
The Woodside Terrace A.M. Kiwanis Club has acted locally to make Redwood City a better place to live.
Some of our projects:
A College Scholarship Program which awards over $17,000. in college scholarships each year.
Kiwanis Special Games for severely challenged kids.
Trivia Bee for Project Read
Both our Kiwanis Club and sponsored Sequoia Key Club formed teams to raise money for “Relay For Life” to benefit the American Cancer Society.
Bike Rodeo/Safety Program providing a day of fun, education, and a helmet to students of local schools
John Farley Turkey Drive to collect food for local charities.
Service League Christmas Package Wrapping for the Children of San Mateo County Inmates
Service League Cookie Wrap providing the only Christmas gift inmates will receive
Tour de Cure Bike Tour for the American Diabetes Association.
Adopt a Family and Christmas party for El Centro de Libertad Addictions Recovery
Toiletry Project assisting women in their reentry into the workforce with bags and gift packages. Deliveries are made to Clara-Mateo/Elsa Segovia Center, Hope House, Redwood Family House, Career Closet, Maple Street Shelter, Catherine House, and Teen Challenge.
Kiwanis One Day (formerlay Total-K Day) where the Kiwanians everywhere volunteer on local community projects. Recent projects have included cleaning and oiling teak furniture at the public square in the Old Courthouse, downtown Redwood City, work in Red Morton Park in Redwood City and Habitat for Humanity
Sponsoring children from the Boys and Girls Club on summer activities