What We Do

The Club’s Current MAJOR PROJECTS

Heart House Hospice says thank you:
“We are so thankful to Kiwanis for your support of our HUUG (Help Us Understand Grief Program) ….We have been able to support a family to buy a computer for school, including printer and ink, to help the the kids with school.” Here is a thank you to Kiwanis Mississauga given by one of the youth: “I’m doing a lot better in school. Caught up in one of my classes. Grateful for printer paper and ink. Easier to plan. Relieved a lot of stress. [helpful] for school and to create my own doodle book for coping with anxious feelings. So many purposes [and they] all tie back to my mental health”.

We provide donations for the Heart House Hospice HUUG (Help Us understand Grief) program. The program provides support for children and youth (aged 0 to 18) who are facing the dying or death of a loved one. It was created specifically to address the impact of grief on family.

We provided funding to outfit the emergency entrance for the Paediatric Care Zone of the Trillium Health Partners, Credit Valley Hospital Peel Behavioural ServicesWe A community service that offers functional behavioural assessments, support plans, brief interventions, consultative assistance, social skills groups, and parent training to individuals with developmental disabilities and those with Autism Spectrum Disorder who live in the Region of Peel. 
Peel Behavioural Services says thank you: … Thank you so much to the members of the Kiwanis Club of Mississauga South for your commitment to supporting healthy sexuality workshops, offered by the Peel Behavioural Studies (PBS), to improve the lives of residents in our highly-diverse, large and rapidly growing community. It has been an absolute pleasure working with Kiwanis Mississauga.
… The hard work and effort that your group has put into raising these funds is immeasurable and has ensured that the residents of this community receive the highest quality of care and support. On behalf of the countless patients that have benefited from your generosity, thank you for continuing on this journey with us.
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A Driving force behind providing day and overnight camping experience to children living with Autism  Spectrum Disorder.

We provide funding support through donations from our annual golf tournament

A non-profit literacy centre transforming communities by providing interactive programs for all ages.
We provide donations and support for The Story Garden

In 2021 we also helped:

EveryMind provides help and hope to infants, children, youth, young adults (up to age 25) and families who live in the Region of Peel. We are committed to making our communities healthier and happier for all by putting the mental health needs of infants, children, youth, young adults and families first.
Every Mind says “thank you”: a very big thank you to the Kiwanis group for donating the back to school items…Click here to see the full letter

Camille’s Place opened in October 1996 with a mission to provide good quality, affordable housing to individuals, couples and families in Mississauga. They are committed to meeting the housing needs of the Region of Peel’s residents at all life stages and to the development of healthy, diverse and vibrant communities.
Camille’s Place – Congress of Black Women Of Canada(Miss.) says “thank you”: Thank you for your support and donations…..all the children were excited and grateful for the gifts…. click here to see the full letter

The club also sponsors 2 scout groups in Mississauga.

In a fun and safe environment,  Scouting helps youth develop academic skills, self-confidence, ethics, leadership skills, and citizenship skills.

1st HOMELANDS is one of Mississauga’s oldest and largest Scouts Canada groups located in the South West corner of the city.  They are an active group.  Youth of all ages participate in weekly activities and regular camps throughout the year. (currently because of the Covid-19 pandemic they meet virtually). 

6th ERIN MILLS is a part of the Mississauga Area in the Central Escarpment Council. (currently because of the Covid-19 pandemic they meet virtually). 

The club sponsors 2 Kiwanis Key Clubs

Key Club is an international, student-led organization that provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership.
In partnership with our club, high school students are making a positive impact as they serve others in their schools and communities. They also learn leadership skills by running meetings, planning projects and holding elected leadership positions at the club, district and international levels.
St. Francis Xavier High School KEY CLUB
St. Joseph High School KEY CLUB