100 Years of Making a Difference

Since the Kiwanis Club of Ottawa was formed on December 22, 1917, the world has changed, and the Club has been a positive instrument for change in the world. To celebrate our 100 years of service to the community, this special part of the site will highlight some of the stories and projects taken on by the Club. The full list is here, and a list of recent additions is below.

Christmas Trees from the Kiwanis Club of Ottawa


After serving Ottawa for the past 100 Years the Kiwanis Club of Ottawa is embarking on a new fund raising initiative….CHRISTMAS TREE SALES and we are looking for your commitment to buy from us when our order arrives in Ottawa.

Please complete the form below and we will be in contact with you.

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Kiwanis Luncheon - Randy Ambrosie - CFL Commissioner



CFL Commissioner Randy Ambrosie will be the guest speaker at our Kiwanis luncheon.

Commissioner Ambrosie has been instrumental in the decisions made reduce contact in practices during the season, and lengthening the schedule to expand the time between games. The commissioner also has reduced the number of penalty challenges to make the game flow better.

Time: 12:00 on Friday October 27th.

Location: Horticulture Building Lansdowne Park

Registration begins: 11:00 A.M. Two hours free parking – enter from Driveway. Take first right to underground parking

Advanced registration is available on-line here->

2017 Watch-it Shred-it Day

Dispose of your personal records securely and support Kiwanis programs, too!

Bring your old tax files and other personal records for this one-day fundraising event. Watch as Shred-it technicians destroy your documents at their mobile unit. Cost to you is only $8 per box.  You can bring a bankers box (approximately 12"x12"x15") or any box that you can carry, and if you want they'll even give you back the box.

When: Saturday, October 21, 2017  from 9:00 to 14:00.

Where: Hampton Park Plaza, at the intersection of Carling and Kirkwood just off the Queensway (1405 Carling Ave, Ottawa, ON K1Z.  Just look for the big Shred-it trucks and drive into the parking lot. Volunteers will direct you where to drive.

Kiwanis Luncheon - Dave Ferguson


Our guest speaker will be Dave Ferguson, the Executive Director of the Ottawa-Carleton Association for Persons with Developmental Disabilities. We will get the chance to learn about the programs that are offered to individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. Programs providing life skills, cognitive and perceptual skills, job placement, rehabilitation, residential assessment, and more for adults over 18 with multiple disabilities.

Hear more about how they support our Kiwanis AKtion Clubs!

We will be meeting at the RA Centre, 2451 Riverside Dr, Ottawa. Use the west entrance.