Welcome to our 2017-2018 Kiwanis Club of East York Year - 75 years of Servant Leadership to Community!

For 75 Years, The Kiwanis Club of East York ( affords people the opportunity to become personally involved in helping to make this a better world for everyone.

The Kiwanis Club of East York was organized in 1943 and attracts members from the greater East York community. Inwardly, it offers its members personal growth through involvement and teamwork, plus the benefits of many strong friendships. Outwardly, it delivers an extensive program of civic and benevolent services. It's an outstanding example of comradeship and voluntarism in action.

Donate Now Through! Please take the opportunity to donate to our many community service activities through our new partner

Some of our Great dinner recently have been:

Recognition Dinner 2017-05-17

2017 Kiwanis Club of East York Community Service Awards 

On Wed May 17th, the Kiwanis Club of East York Recognized 4 East York Individuals for their great Commmunity Service:

1 Shirley Cristina Volunteer at True Davidson Acres Retirement Home
2 Ricky Goldenberg Principal Marc Garneau Collegiate Institute
3 Laila Hassam Key Club Staff Advisor AYJackson Secondary School
4 Pat Lawrance Registrar & Administrator for the 132nd Scouts


We could not do the work we do in the community without individual like them. We are forever grateful for the amazing work they do and very please to be able to reconigize their work and dedication. 

Honouring the  Women of East York Kiwanis

Guest Speaker: Reverend Canon Betty Jordan

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

at The Cypriot Centre, 6 Thorncliffe Park Dr.

Time: 6:00 p.m.   Dinner: 6:30 p.m. Dinner: $30.00   Cash Bar

Guests and Spouses Welcome

RSVP by Monday March 13, 2017-  Roger Touw  (416) 425-4677

Recent Meetings:

Our annual Robbie Burns Supper was a great success again this year

The Silent Auction raised over $ 1,200 in support of the Kiwanis Music Festival of Toronto

A large contingent of members from the Don Mills Kiwanis Club attended, along with two tables of folk from Northlea United Church

All said, we had about 8 men in kilts of many different tartans

Some people are already talking about next year and how this event has become the ' must attend ' evening of the winter season

Many thanks to all who attended, and everyone who participated in the Silent Auction

Our annual Robbie Burns Supper was a great success again this year 

Donate Now Through! Please take the opportuntity to donate to our many community service activites through our new partner

Our immediate Event and Calendar Items are:

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The club membership reflects a wide range of occupations and age groups. It offers new members an opportunity to become personally acquaint-ed with people of good standing in many career areas and with varied backgrounds and experiences.

Our website ( or provides a single web location  for the public and members to access information about our many community outreach programs, fund raising initiatives and contact information so you can help improve the world, one child at a time.