A better way of life… a better Bradenton.
Since 1922, we have built a reputation for seeking out what needs to be done to help our children and our community, working together and making each project a reality. Our members are community leaders who proudly believe our organization is the absolute best opportunity to get engaged in the community and make a positive difference. The Foundation, created in 1990 following the sale of the Bradenton Trailer Park (see a brief history here), has been integral in supporting the needs of our club and that of the community. Kids Need Kiwanis and Kiwanis Needs You!
That is how we help build a better way of life and a better Bradenton.
We meet for lunch, networking, and informational speakers every Tuesday 12:15
Meetings are held in Kiwanis Hall on the second floor of the Manatee Performing Arts Center, 502 3rd Ave. W., Bradenton. Guests are always welcome! Lunch is catered and the cost is $20.00 per senior/satellite club member and $25.00 per guest.
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SODERSTROM: WE WILL NOT TOLERATE RACISM
The Bradenton Kiwanis Club supports the position on racism as provided by Stan Soderstrom, Executive Director of Kiwanis International.