Foothills Kiwanis Club
of Boulder Valley
We meet every Monday at 7 am at the Sweet Spot Café at the Coal Creek Golf Course, 585 W. Dillon Rd., Louisville, CO 80027.
At Foothills Kiwanis, we strive to serve the children of the world. We do so through a number of community service activities, including providing trained dogs to protect children who have Type 1 diabetes and severe allergies and other medical conditions through our club's Alert Service Dog Program, volunteering with The Salvation Army, sponsoring Key Clubs in three local high schools and a Circle K Club at CU, hosting Stars of Tomorrow youth talent competition, providing annual Foothills Kiwanis Tuition Scholarships, and much more.
Upcoming Foothills Kiwanis Programs
Speakers at our breakfast meetings are:
8/3/20 Rick Fernandez, Broomfield Taxpayer Matters
8/10/20 Samuel Peterson, Colorado Parks and Wildlife
8/17/20 David Allison, Monuments in Our Times: The History and Context of American Statues
8/24/20 Phil Rutledge, A Lifetime of Service
8/31/20 Jerry Gilland & Al Boeve, Alert Service Dog Graduation Ceremony
9/7/20 Labor Day - Round Table Fellowship
9/14/20 Lt. Gov. Tiffany Tran and Key Club Officers
9/28/20 Installation of Club Officers & Directors
Click here for our club information brochure
Click here for our membership application
Click here for the Foothills Kiwanis Tuition Scholarship application
Coolest Dog on the Front Range Contest
At 9 am on August 1, 2020 our club will host our annual 6-week contest fundraiser. For more information and to enter your COOL DOG, visit:
All funds raised will support Kiwanis service projects, like Alert Service Dog for Kids and other youth-oriented in our community and the world.
Keeping Kids Safe
Alert Dogs for Kids
The Foothills Kiwanis "Alert-Dog Training Academy for Kids" program provides alert-dogs to children who have severe allergy reactions or diabetes that protects them by barking before eating something that can trigger a reaction or when their blood-sugar level is low. Click here to get more details about the alert-dog program and participating families, and how you can apply to receive an alert-dog for your child.
Helping The Community
The Salvation Army
Red Kettle Program
Foothills Kiwanis has teamed up once again with Salvation Army for bell ringing. All donations will be used by The Salvation Army to help families in Broomfield and Boulder Counties. Last year Foothills Kiwanis helped raise $16,803 and provided over 200 hours of volunteer hours to The Salvation Army.