The Kiwanis Club of Middletown supports a number of organizations and programs financially so that they are better able to continue the important work that they do and the services they provide to the community. Below is a partial listing of those organizations that we support.
640 East Main Street
Middletown, NY 10940
Braeside camp is a summer camp experience for boys and girls ages 6 to 12. it has been in operation since 1890.
Cornell Cooperative Extension Blue Bird Project
18 Seward Avenue, Suite 300
A 4-H program where the participants build and place Blue Bird houses in an effort to increase the Blue Bird population.
Orange Regional opened the new hospital in 2011 and has become the catalyst for expansion of current services as well as new program development. Most notably in 2012, Orange Regional opened a 10-bed Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in the Rowley Family Birthing Center to care for premature and sick newborns.
In addition, planning has begun to develop advanced Pediatric services in our region. Developing a specialized program to provide the best, most comprehensive service to our Pediatric patients and their families is one of the most important undertakings that a hospital can embark upon. With your help, this service can come to life and the tens-of-thousands of children who live in our community will be treated to the best possible experience in Pediatric care.
Guild of Saint Margaret
12 Depot Street Middletown, Ny 10940
The GSM is an outrach of Grace Episcopal Church but is staffed by over 165 volunteers from all faiths throughout the community. They serve a balanced meal to all who come to the door 365 days of the year including all the holidays.
9020 Kiwanis Road
Taberg, NY 13471
The program at Kamp Kiwanis is designed to mainstream all children, including up to 20 each session with special needs. It is non-competitive with emphasis on group and team building. No activity is forced, but all are encouraged.
81 Highland Ave, Middletown, NY 10940
ONE CHILD AT A TIME
2014 Strong Kids Campaign
Did you know that the Y is committed to making services available to all, regardless of their ability to pay? The YMCA of Middletown has a history of over 130 years of helping those who are most in need. We are able to keep this commitment through the generosity of our members, local businesses and community donors who support our Strong Kids Campaign.
Strong Kids scholarship assistance allows us to dramatically change the lives of those who may not be able to pay for YMCA services. By contributing to our Strong Kids Campaign you will change the life of someone right here in your local community.