COVID Relief Fund 

There are many charities in Etobicoke and/or helping Etobicoke residents that are in urgent need for funding.  They struggle to deliver programs and services at this difficult time.  Our COVID Relief Fund is set up to help those organizations.
We have a broad knowledge of the community’s vulnerable populations and those charities who are serving our communities greatest needs.  Help us help them.


Together – we can make a big difference!

Our Club in the Community!

Stories, photos, and reactions:

  • November 2021 (featuring: Kiwanis One Day at GlobalMedic; 50 Lunches for Hungry Kids in Rexdale; Thanksgiving Meals for Good Shepherd; luncheon speaker Wendy Rading of Arts Etobicoke)
  • Summer 2021 (featuring: Staples Stores partnering with Kiwanis; backpacks for Let’s Get Together and Somali Women’s and Children’s Support Network; backpacks for 22 Division; Food hampers for Women’s Habitat; lunches for hungry kids in Rexdale; Community Partner Chef Keith Hoare Raising Funds in the Community; $4000 to Michael Powers Drum Line; memorials for Peter Clarkson and for Clarke Mills)
  • July 2021 (featuring: Gill’s Personal Story on Saving a Child; Thank You from Melody Village School; Keith Hoare and Chefs Feeding the Hungry; Supporting Women’s Habitat’s Distribution Programs at Women’s Shelters Elisa House Women’s Shelter Clients; Food to Albion Neighbourhood Services; Kiwanians Volunteer Every Wednesday; Thank you from Ve’ahavta; Sandwiches to St. Felix
  • June 2021 (featuring: Computers for Melody Village School; Feeding the Hungry w hundreds of sandwiches; MABELLEarts; Children’s Book Donations to Young Families; Mother’s Day Project for Haven; Community Service Project for Rexdale HUB)
  • May 2021 (featuring: Haven on the Queensway; Delta Family Resource Centre; Staples funding; 165 prepared meals delivered; Women’s Habitat; Mabelle Arts; St. Felix Centre; Elisa House; more food donations!; Holland Bloorview Hospital fundraiser; no sew blankets; Rexdale HUB)
  • April 2021 (featuring: Backpacks for Rexdale kids; Food Donation to Rexdale Community Hub; Computers to Women’s Habitat; Thistletown Collegiate Institute Food to Good Shepherd Ministries; Food to the homeless at Ve’ahavta; COVID relief donations; Humber College Food Donations; Fundraiser for Holland Bloorview Hospital; Danny Polito Family Donation; LAMP Honours Gillian Dugas; ARTS Etobicoke Edge: Art Show 2021)
  • March 2021 (featuring: 160 Meals for St. Felix House and Shelter; Guest Speaker KH Kiwanian Samantha Dugas; Gillian Dugas named Kiwanian of the Month!; St James Food Basket; Meals for Good Shepherd Ministries; Sandwiches needed for March 22nd!; March 27th Fundraiser for Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital; International Women’s Day
  • February 2021 (featuring: MP Yvan Baker’s community service award to FOUR club members!; 195 prepared meals delivered; Ernestine’s Shelter; Sprucecourt Public School; Street Level Youth Group; Arts Etobicoke’s 2021 EDGE: Youth Art Show; Furniture Bank; West Park Healthcare Centre; Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital; Kiwanis Music Festival update; huge food donation; and MORE!)
  • January 2021 (featuring: Christmas hampers for women at Women’s Habitat and Ernestine’s Women’s Shelter; Thistletown Collegiate Institute; Staples fundraising for Kiwanis; St. James’ Church; feeding the hungry via All Saints Kingsway and All Saints Sherbourne; our guest speaker Kamalesh Visavadia; Kiwanis Music Festival)

donation of van to St James Foodbank
Photo of past Presidents Bo and Barnaby with the new St James Food Basket van.

The Kingsway Humber Club is LOOKING FOR NEW MEMBERS who are passionate about their community!  Our club gets great things done and we invite you to join us.  Typically we meet the FIRST Monday of the month for lunch at the Old Mill in Etobicoke.

Kiwanis has been “serving the children of the world” for over 100 years, and has been active with a club in Etobicoke almost since the end of the second world war (1947).  The Kingsway Humber Club is the only club in Etobicoke, and was formed in 2004 through the amalgamation of two other Etobicoke Clubs.

With our emphasis on kids and youth, we work with other local charities and service organizations as well as schools and youth groups and sports teams to help them make Etobicoke a great place to grow up in and live.

Michael Power Drum Line - Kiwanis Banner

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