Lawrenceville, GA


How Your Company/Organization Can Partner With Lawrenceville Kiwanis

Hands-on projects are often the most fulfilling for our members.  We have assisted Gwinnett County Department of Family And Children Services with providing Christmas gifts for less fortunate children.  We have assisted Lawrenceville United Methodist Church with parking control during their Easter Festival.  Some of our club members read with Lawrenceville Elementary School children on a weekly basis.  We host pancake breakfasts and a golf tournament every year.  To staff these types of events, we are always interested in attracting new members to grow our club.

Lawrenceville Kiwanis Club will occasionally ask individuals and businesses to contribute funds and material goods to support our youth and community projects.

Any individual or company could contribute to our golf tournament.  A committment could range from a gift card for a door prize, buying a tee box sign, providing players or teams, or be a major tournament sponsor.

Others might prefer to sponsor our Pancake Breakfast with funds or supplies.  Some individuals might prefer to donate their time and work the day of this event.

And we are always looking for people to fill Wish Lists provided by Gwinnett County DFACS every year.

In addition, our club is committed to raising funds for Key Club college scholarships and to helping Kiwanis International eliminate MNT, Maternal & Neonatal Tetanus worldwide.

Lawrenceville Kiwanis Club welcomes inquiries about how you or your organization might partner with us.  Please use the Contact Page to get in touch with us.

Lawrenceville Kiwanis Club is a 501(c)(3) organization.

Speaker Information

Speakers at our weekly meetings may represent organizations we have partnered with, or may expose us to new opportunities and ideas based on ther experiences and business.

Meeting Site

The Lawrenceville Kiwanis Club meets at Longhorn Steakhouse located at 800 Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road.

Meeting Format

We eat lunch at 12:00 Noon and our President may conduct business as we eat.

The speaker will be introduced at 12:30 and will have 30 minutes for their presentation and Q&A.

We typically have 20+ members and their guests in attendance.

A projector and screen are available if the speaker would like to bring a notebook computer to use for presenting or showing a video.

All meetings are closed with a prayer led by one of our members and the Pledge of Alleigiance to the Flag.

If you have a speaker suggestion for us, please use the Contact page with specifics.