The Sierra Madre Kiwanis Builders Club (Children at Sierra Madre Middle School) annually participates in an effort to give necessities for children who are living in shelters or are homeless who will lose a lot of the help they receive when school is in. These young people are usually called “Children In Transition” and they attend, anonymously school in the general population.
Below is a photo of the students who are members of the Sierra Madre Kiwanis Builders Club.
Students make a significant difference in our community. We look forward to their involvement in special projects.
Kiwanis Builders Club is the largest service organization for middle school and junior high students. There are more than 45,000 students worldwide. They are student-led community service organizations that operate under school regulations and draw their members from the student body.
Our local Builders Club is at Sierra Madre Middle School and is supported by Kiwanis International Office.
If you want to make a difference in your life and community, check out Builders Club. Last year, more than 45,000 middle and junior high school students in 18 nations were involved in this Kiwanis-family program. Through their projects that ranged from fundraising for HIV/AIDS prevention in Africa to recycling drives to cleaning up parks, they developed leadership skills while working with friends to help others in need.
As students maneuver this “in-between stage” of life, Builders Club empowers them to be themselves, work together with peers and implement plans through action. As an extension of Kiwanis International, Builders Club shares the mission of building leaders to help children worldwide. Through Builders Club, students become leaders at school, in their community, and the world. Sound like something you want to be a part of? Join us.