The Emmaus Kiwanis Club is proud to sponsor many community and member events.

Annual Pancake Breakfast
To allow us to continue to serve the community the Emmaus Kiwanis Club runs fundraisers throughout the year. The largest fundraiser the club has is the Annual Pancake Breakfast. Club members, Key Club members and Builder’s Club members assemble on the first Sunday in June to serve up pancakes and sausage to the public. Last year our club served over 700 guests. 

The proceeds goes toward community projects, scholarships and youth activities. Breakfast is served from 8:00 a.m. to noon and is currently held at the Emmaus Fire Company #1, located at 6th and Broad streets in the borough of Emmaus. We encourage one and all to come and help us help the youth of our community!


Annual Putt-U Mini Golf Event                                                                                              

The Club hosted its first mini golf event at Putt U. The event was held in September with over 40 golfers turning out. Hot dogs, soda, snacks were offered to our guests... and of course, prizes!
Fruit and Pie Sale
Unfortunately our annual Fruit & Pie Sale will not be held in 2017.  Please accept our apologies.
50 / 50 Drawing
This is a long standing fund raiser as another way to raise money to support our many community programs, Each member sells 5 to 10 tickets. We sell them at our Pancake breakfast as well. Our goal is to sell 200 tickets for 5.00 each. We split the proceeds by giving away $500 in awards and retain $500 for community service activities. 
   Community Days
   Our club has partnered with the BonTon Department  
   store to sell coupon books for the retailers Community  
   Days. 100% of the proceeds support the club.
   Installation Dinner
   The club holds an installation dinner annually in
   September to welcome the new board members and to 
   honor the outgoing Board of Directors.
   Annual Holiday Dinner
   The club celebrates the holidays with a special dinner full 
   of socializing, entertainment and fun. Each year the club
   supports the adolescents of the Valley Youth House.