Welcome to Chelsea Kiwanis
Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world one child and one community at a time. Here, at our Chelsea Club, we seek to preserve that mission, by being a resource, a light and a guide for the kids & families of our diverse community.
Kids need role models who look and sound like them. They need to be inspired to “be”. Kiwanis gives us all the opportunity to give back and BE those role models ~ Posted @withregram • @pixar This Hispanic/Latinx Heritage Month, we’re celebrating some of the many Hispanic/Latinx artists throughout history who have inspired us. In this piece, Story Artist Paula Assadourian pays tribute to an artist who has had an impact on her life and work, Mexican photographer Lola Alvarez Bravo. #kidsneedkiwanis #askmeaboutkiwanis #hispanicheritagemonth Contact us and ask about joining. ... See MoreSee Less
1 week ago
So much great stuff going on at our local library please check it out ￼ ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
A great resource for familiesCute videos that discusses importance of wearing masks in fun way and features a lot of diverse characters.
Haitian Creole ⭐️
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Connect with your community. Make a difference where you live. Be part of something bigger. Join with 600-thousand kids at heart doing all the little and big things it takes to help kids around the world. Get started today. We are looking for new members throughout the Greater Chelsea area to join our Club. Contact us for more details. #KidsNeedKiwanis #KiwanisCares ... See MoreSee Less
So happy to see the collaboration of our #Kiwanis brothers & sisters in supporting groups like Reading Is Fundamental (RIF), to help spread the mission of bringing the joy of reading to kids and families #KidsNeedKiwanis #KiwanisCaresLooking for e-learning resources for kids? Our partner Reading Is Fundamental (RIF) offers free reading lists, read-aloud videos, reading logs, puzzles, coloring pages, word searches and more at rif.org/literacy-central.
In addition, check out some suggested books and related activities to start conversations with children about current social and emotional topics at rif.org/sel. ... See MoreSee Less
Staying active typically means keeping physically fit with exercise or some kind of athletic endeavor. But there’s an important component to staying active that most people neglect: keeping your mind active.
www.kiwanis.org/news/newsitem/news/newsitem/keep-your-mind-active?_zs=dCAih1&_zl=CnK47 ... See MoreSee Less