Elm Grove Golden K Kiwanis Club

We are committed to community service in the Elm Grove, Brookfield, New Berlin, Wauwatosa and surrounding area, with emphasis on activities that will benefit children. We have weekly programs featuring a wide variety of interesting speakers. This interest is primarily due to the varied backgrounds of our membership and their ability to draw speakers on subjects from their own experience and contacts. EGGK is of sufficient size to be attractive to speakers from a broad range of professions and associations.
EGGK Newsletter
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EGGK Membership Application
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Featured Projects

A child on the autism spectrum receives an iPad from the Elm Grove Golden K Kiwanis Club.

Kiwanis Autism Project

The EGGK has joined Kiwanis clubs in Wisconsin and Upper Michigan to raise funds to provide iPads to children on the autism spectrum whose families are recommended by school counselors. The iPads are furnished with learning, communication and behavior modification apps especially selected for each student. EGGK has raised $22,000 for 49 iPads presented to area students on the spectrum.
Salvation Army Bell Ringing

Salvation Army Christmas Fund Drive

The Salvation Army assists more than 4.5 million people during the Thanksgiving and Christmas time periods. Public contributions to Salvation Army kettles enable the organization to continue its year-round efforts at helping those who would otherwise be forgotten. Golden K members, Key Club members and Cub Scouts ring the bells during the Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign, raising approximately $5,000 each year. 
Reading to children on Dr. Seuss day.

Greater Waukesha Literacy Council

The Greater Waukesha Literacy Council provides confidential, one-on-one tutoring and other services to individuals who need help with reading, writing, spelling, speaking, math and English language learning.The Elm Grove Golden K Kiwanis Club donates books and volunteer readers  for the Dr. Seuss progra m.

Easter Seals Camp Wawbeek

EGGK members provide scholarships for disabled campers. Money is raised through collection and sale of used computer printer cartridges and cell phones, aluminum cans and tabs. Camp Wawbeek is located just north of Wisconsin Dells and has access to 400 acres of woodlands. Campers can boat, fish, hike, climb, swim, play basketball, do crafts, race through obstacle courses and fly through the air on a zipline. Dorms provide comfortable accommodations, and the dining hall is a central meeting spot for more than just meals.

Other EGGK Projects

BCHS Key Club

We sponsor this 350+ member Kiwanis family service club at Brookfield Central High School. Annually we award three academic scholarships to graduating senior club members.

WIA Key Club

The Elm Grove Golden K Kiwanis Club chartered and sponsor the new Kiwanis family service club at Wisconsin International Academy High School. 

Books for Kids

EGGK collects and donates books for children and purchases books to honor our weekly speakers, then donates them to the Elm Grove and Brookfield Libraries.

Long Lake Scout Camp

EGGK maintains the Kiwanis Cabin at Long Lake. Camp Long Lake offers an exciting variety of Scouting experiences for boys of all ages.

Local Food Bank

We collect boxes of cereal monthly and annually raise funds for the Waukesha Food Bank.

Roadside Clean-up

We participate in the “Adopt a Highway” program on a three-mile stretch of Highway K (Lisbon Road) going west from Pilgrim Road.

Pinewood Derby

EGGK sponsors Cub Scout Pack 156 and helps with the Pinewood Derby. The derby is one of the most popular events in Cub Scouting.

Medicine Bottles

Members save prescription medicine bottles and donate them to a Milwaukee center city clinic.

EGGK Foundation

More than $50,000 has been raised for supporting education, especially for youth. Funds are managed and accounted for through the Kiwanis Club of Elm Grove Golden K Foundation, Inc. (a 501c3 nonprofit) to facilitate the club's activities.
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