WELCOME TO THE WEBSITE FOR THE KIWI CLUB!
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Kiwi illustrations by Mary Thrasher
HOW TO BECOME A MEMBER OF THE KIWI CLUB:
We offer two types of memberships, Chapter Member or Member at Large. To determine if a chapter is in your area, go to the link above for the Chapter Map and you will see the location of all Kiwi Chapters. Then visit the Membership page for information on who to contact and where to access the necessary forms.
HOW TO USE YOUR NATIONAL KIWI WEBSITE:
There are 'Links' at the top of each webpage, outlined in red with a navy blue background, which, when clicked on, will open a different page.
Any word, or words, or name that is underlined and in a Blue color, when clicked on, will open a different page or a link to that person's email.
About the Kiwi Club
There are now 44 Kiwi chapters in 21 states making up our national organization. The individual chapters support many of their local charities and worthy causes, including shelters for abused women and children, food pantries, breast cancer awareness, the Ronald McDonald House, Guide Dogs for the Blind, to name a only a few. As a group, we support Wings, an organization that provides aid to American Airlines Flight Attendants who are in critical need of financial assistance as a result of illness, injury, calamity or disability. Additionally, we take care of our own by donating $1 of our dues to the National Kiwi Fund, a fund that helps Kiwis in need. Read about this, our Kiwi Club National Endeavor here.
Kiwis know how to have fun! However, we combine the fun with caring - for each other and our communities. At our meetings and social events, you will always hear laughter - we laugh at our flight tales and reminisce about the wonderful adventures we had during our flying careers and now in our everyday lives.
If you are interested in becoming a member of the Kiwi Club, please contact the National Vice President, K-Lynn Hoffmann Yelvington, of the Carefree Kiwi Chapter.
Kiwis meet every two years for Convention, where the business of the club takes place and National officers are elected for the next term. Although one purpose for having a convention is to take care of the business of the club, we find time to kick up our heels while enjoying a resort or location chosen and hosted by a local Kiwi chapter or chapters.