a global organization of volunteers
dedicated to changing the world one
child and one community at a
Kiwanis defining statement,
adopted October 2004.
six permanent Objects of Kiwanis
International were approved by
Kiwanis club delegates at the 1924
Convention in Denver, Colorado.
Through the succeeding decades, they
have remained unchanged.
To give primacy to the human and
spiritual rather than to the material
values of life.
To encourage the daily living
of the Golden Rule in all human
To promote the adoption and
the application of higher social,
business, and professional standards.
To develop, by precept and
example, a more intelligent,
aggressive, and serviceable
To provide, through Kiwanis
clubs, a practical means to form
enduring friendships, to render
altruistic service, and to build
To cooperate in creating and
maintaining that sound public opinion
and high idealism which make possible
the increase of righteousness,
justice, patriotism, and goodwill.
Norco Kiwanis Club is in
Division 6 (Riverside County) of the Cal-Nev-Ha
District of Kiwanis
We are one of more
than 8,400 Kiwanis clubs with nearly
280,000 members in 96 nations and
The members of the
Norco Kiwanis Club are members of the
community who have an interest in,
one way or another, bettering the
lives of the children in our area.
Many of our members either live in
Norco or work in Norco (or both), but
we are open to any and all who share
a similar interest.
count among our membership
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and what do we do?
contribute to the community through a
variety of projects and