The KIWANIS CLUB OF CHEYENNE will be the county's leading organization engaging adult and youth volunteers to meet the needs of the community, with emphasis on children and promoting volunteerism.

The Cheyenne Kiwanis Club was established on March 27, 1922 for the purpose of doing helpful things for people of the community that governments should not be expected to do and need doing for the good of the community.

As the second largest Kiwanis Club in the world, the Kiwanis Club of Cheyenne is ideally staffed and equipped for such service.

This club is recognized for its leadership and activities, not only in the Rocky Mountain District, but also by Kiwanis International.

Locally, the Kiwanis Club, the Circle K of Laramie County Community College, the Key Clubs in Cheyenne High Schools and the Builders Clubs in the Junior High Schools, seek and originate activities which will contribute to the improvement of quality of life for all citizens of the area. The clubs lend support to the community-oriented projects of other service organizations and services. More than thirty standing committees are at work throughout the year to assure the perpetuation of the various projects of the Kiwanis Club of Cheyenne.

The Kiwanis Club has established the Cheyenne Kiwanis Club Foundation which founded Magic City Enterprises to provide sheltered work activity and housing for people with special needs.

The Foundation has established a fund to provide support for additional charitable needs as they arise in the community.  Persons or organizations interested in making a tax exempt contribution to the Cheyenne Kiwanis Club Foundation, or inquiring about the interests of Kiwanis, may write to the following address:


Cheyenne Kiwanis Club Foundation

PO Box 1266

Cheyenne, WY82003-1266


FAX to 635-7942