Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers 

dedicated to improving the world 

one child and one community at a time.


The Kiwanis Club of Windsor, CT is a 501(c) (3) non profit tax exempt service organization comprised of caring men and women from all walks of life. Our objective is to bring aid to children in need. The majority of our efforts benefit children in this community. A portion of the funds we raise go to help meet Kiwanis International objectives which focus on the special needs of young children from prenatal development to age five. We serve by sponsoring fund raising activities, which provide monetary support for children’ programs and through personal involvement in the giving of our time and skills. 
The Club meets every Thursday evening at 6:30PM at Jim's Pizza located at 124 Poquonock Ave in Windsor.  Click on the meetings button to verify the time and place of the meeting.

The Kiwanis Club of Windsor has been actively involved in the Town of Windsor for over 52 years giving out over $100,000 worth of scholarships to Windsor High School Students.



Kiwanis Club of Windsor 2017-18 Officers and Board of Directors





Pictured from left to right: Director Linda Roberts, Co-Pesidents Lisa Atwood and Bill Clark, Vice President Rich Knickerbocker, Secretary Tom Pompa, Director Jim Parker. Not pictured: Treasurer Tom McGovern, Directors John D’Agata, Lisa Petkis, Candi Fusco, Margie D’Agata



Kiwanis Club of Windsor 2017 Student Recognition and Scholarship Night


The Kiwanis Club of Windsor held its annual Student Recognition and Scholarship Night. Each year the club recognizes outstanding student leaders at Sage Park Middle School and awards scholarships to graduating seniors at Windsor High School.

Student Recognition Recipients

L to R:Leadership Award - Morgan Finlay, 8th Grade Award - Maryam Choudhury, 7th Grade Award - Isaac Enrique Lopez, 6th Grade Award - Liana Ndungu.



Scholarship Recipients

L to R; James Mason Memorial Scholarship - Kalya McLean (Eastern CT), Key Club Scholarship - Makela McDonald (Southern Nevada), Camoy Pryce (Bryant), Sara Sponzo (UCONN), Jordon Tyburski (Northeastern), Romoye Sohan (UCONN).



2017 Road Race Male Overall Winner 

Marc Robaczynski   Overall Male Winner  16:41.58




2017 Road Race Female Overall Winner

Caresse Amenta   Overall Female Winner   22:45.10







The Eliminate Project Changing the world by saving and protecting mothers and newborns

The Eliminate Project Changing the world by saving and protecting mothers and newborns. Kiwanis International and UNICEF have joined forces in a worldwide service project aimed at eliminating maternal and neonatal tetanus by the year 2015. This insidious disease takes the life of one baby every nine minutes. The infant’s short lifetime is marked by pain that includes an extreme sensitivity to light, sound, and even physical contact that prevents even a mother’s loving touch. 
Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus (MNT):

Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus (MNT):Kills nearly 60,000 newborn children and a significant number of mothers every year Kills one baby every nine minutes. Targets the poorest, most under served women and children on Earth. A donation of less than $2 can protect a mother and her future babies from contracting the deadly tetanus bacteria. A woman who receives 3 doses of the tetanus vaccine is protected for the majority of her childbearing years and passes on her immunity to her newborn. The goal is to save and protect more than 61 million mothers and their infants by raising $110 million over the next 3 years.Kiwanis and UNICEF need your help and support. 


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About Kiwanis

Founded in 1915, Kiwanis International is a global organization of clubs and members dedicated to serving the children of the world. Kiwanis and its family of clubs, including Circle K International for university students, Key Club for students age 14–18, Builders Club for students age 11–14, Kiwanis Kids for students age 6–12 and Aktion Club for adults living with disabilities, dedicate annually more than 18 million service hours to strengthen communities and serve children. The Kiwanis International family comprises nearly 600,000 adult and youth members in 80 countries and geographic areas. For more information about Kiwanis International, please visit