P.O. Box 50596
Phoenix, AZ 85076
Meetings: See Calendar ·Biscuits Restaurant ·Phoenix, AZ·Telephone: 602-502-4504


Kiwanis - One Can Make a Difference Video. Click to view this video.
Click on photo to watch the Kiwanis 'One Can Make a Difference' video.

The Kiwanis Club of Ahwatukee is a group of your friends and neighbors (both men and women) working as a small part of Kiwanis International, the global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world, one community and one child at a time. Come join us!

Your local Kiwanis Club performs many service projects in Phoenix and in its surrounding areas. If you are interested in participating in community service or helping children in need, we encourage you to learn about us here on our site or at a club meeting. We meet almost every Thursday morning at 7:30 a.m. Please read on for details.

Our 38th Annual Easter Parade and Spring Fling will happen on Saturday, April 19th. Please find, to the right of this page, the proper forms to sponsor either activity, apply for a spot in the Parade or for a vendor booth or a food services booth at the Spring Fling. Sponsors will be linked from our Web site through 2014. 

On May 31st we are helping with the 15th Annual Festival of Lights Golf Tournament. The tournament will take place at the Foothills Golf Club with a four person scramble format at 7:30 a.m. Cost is $300 per foursome or $100 per individual. Included are the round of golf, cart, buffet lunch, range balls, goody bag and an opportunity to win some great prizes. Use the Donate button below to enter the tournament. For more information please visit the Festival of Lights Web site at

Here is a partial listing of our service projects and community contributions:

Reading Is Fundamental * Easter Parade and Spring Fling * The Festival of Lights Charity Golf Tournament * Back to School Shopping Spree * The Festival of Lights Kick-Off Party * Salvation Army Bell Ringing * The adoption of needy families at Thanksgiving, Christmas, and as needed throughout the year * Sponsorship of Key Clubs at three local High Schools * Funding six Ahwatukee Kiwanis Community Service Awards presented at three local Middle Schools * Bikes for Tykes * Adoption of  foster homes during the holiday season...

You do not have to be a member of our club to participate in the activities we perform which interest you. Contact us via the Member/Guest Options page if you'd like to help with a particular project or if you have a suggestion for a new one.

2013 - 2014 Officers and Board Of Directors:

President - Mike Maloney, Vice President / President-Elect - Andrea Chisolm, Secretary - Bob Anderson, Treasurer - Andi Pettyjohn. Directors - Bill Clark, Angela Ashley, Carmen Paiz, Mike Schmitt, Brandon Schmoll.