We are the world’s largest and most influential Kiwanis Club

100 years of building by serving to transform Birmingham.

Projects spearheaded by our Club have served as a catalyst for growth in our city for more than a century starting with creating Birmingham’s park system in the 1920s and moving Vulcan to the top of Red Mountain in the 1930s.

Building by serving.

Members seek to inspire, develop and support the civic growth and health of Birmingham with a special emphasis on improving the lives of children and therefore ensuring the well-being of our Community for future generations.

Honoring leaders for more than 20 years.

Our Club recognizes business leaders exemplifying strong leadership and making extraordinary contributions to the Greater Birmingham area.


Hosting lunches each week to connect.

Members hear from a variety of top-notch speakers at the weekly lunches covering politics, sports, business, entertainment and important topics of the day.

Building by serving our youth

Our community outreach programs include Kiwanis Reads for Birmingham preschools, Key Club for high school students and Circle K at area universities. We also award scholarships through the Kiwanis Youth of the Year Awards and honor top athletes through the Kiwanis Athletic Awards annually.


A $5.8 million gift to the community

We built Kiwanis Centennial Park and Kiwanis Vulcan Trail as a gift to the community. Now open, this new public space is enhancing our urban revitalization and green space initiatives. It’s building on a partnership created with Vulcan in the 1930s when Kiwanians fundraised and secured the rights to move Vulcan to his current home.