This non-profit organization - A 10-story 98 unit, apartment complex and community center for senior citizens. It is the Tiffin Kiwanis Club's longest continuous project. The facility opened February 4, 1972, with 135 apartments. It was constructed through a government loan of $2.1 million dollars and is regulated through the US Department of Housing & Urban Development. Trustees are nominated from membership of Kiwanis Club.
If you have questions related to the management of Kiwanis Manor, or need to directly contact the Manor office, please call 419-448-4541, do not email the Tiffin Kiwanis Club.
Senior Community Center of Kiwanis Manor
IThis non-profit corporation provides recreation, education and supportive services at Kiwanis Manor and occupies the entire first floor of the complex. Trustees are nominated from membership of the Kiwanis Club of Tiffin.
The Tiffin Kiwanis Club, along with the residents of Kiwanis Manor, and the Sponsored Youth Programs, make holiday ornaments that are sent overseas to troops stationed at military bases. This project is done in coordination with the Tree Growers Association.
Grade A Banquet
Each year, the Tiffin and Fostoria Kiwanis Clubs salute the projects from the Seneca County Fair that earn a grade of "A" at a banquet picnic.
Kiwanis Christmas Parade
For almost twenty years, the Tiffin Kiwanis Club has sponsored the holiday parade through downtown Tiffin.
Here is a sample of the projects of the Kiwanis Club of Tiffin
Some of the projects of the Kiwanis Club of Tiffin include those below and these projects: The Kiwanis Garage Sale, Heritage Festival Vintage Car Show, Habitat for Humanity, Movies in the Park, Fire Prevention for Kids, Camp Nuhop, Children’s Christmas Fund, Ponytail Softball League, Junior Achievement, Junior Fair Awards, Black Swamp Boy Scouts, Tiffin Seneca Public Library, Seneca County Opportunity Center, Ralph Hyatt Achievement Awards, Education Day at Tiffin Seneca Heritage Festival, Eldon Wert Awards, Kiwanis Magazine for library, Key Leader scholarships. Choke Tubes for Family Fest. Elementary School BUG Program, Seneca Co. Youth Center (The HUB), Patchworks House, and Family Children First Council.