The Livonia Kiwanis Club has been serving the community through volunteer work for over 30 years.
 One branch of the Kiwanis group is The Aktion Club which provides adults living with disabilities the opportunity to:

1)    Develop initiative and leadership.

2)    Serve their community.

3)    Be integrated into society.

4)    Demonstrate the dignity and value of citizens living with disabilities.

 The Aktion Club has joined forces with the P.E.P. Center to enrich the lives of our participants and the community as well.

Take a look at some of the projects that the P.E.P. Center Aktion Club have developed and implemented below!! 

See them in Aktion tending our garden!

We the P.E.P. Center's participants and staff would like to pay tribute to a great friend of the P.E.P. Center.

Mr. Fern, as we lovingly called him was an individual that gave back and cared for us as much as possible.

Mr. Fern helped us to see the good that we can all do, especially when we work together. He helped us in many ways. Providing opportunities for us to help our own community and actually enrich our lives and others.

In a fitting tribute to Mr. Fern, The P.E.P. Center planted a weeping fern tree in our garden that will grow and remind us all just how much he meant to everyone and how he contributed and helped us for many many years to come.

Thank you for your service, your time dedicated to us and all others in the community. You may be gone, but you'll certainly be fondly remembered at The P.E.P. Center.

The 2016 Blessings in a Backpack cereal drive was a success. In collaboration with Livonia Kiwanis, our friends collected and sorted all of that cereal to make a difference in the lives of those that may need it!

And an extra special thank you to the super citizen students that came to the P.E.P. Center to help with picking up the donated cereal!

A representative from C.S. Mott Children's Hospital in Ann Arbor, MI came to the P.E.P. Center as a guest during our monthly Kiwanis meeting in May 2016.

In a partnership with Kiwanis, P.E.P. Center participants designed, created and produced coloring and activity books for use in local hospitals for children and their families to enjoy. The P.E.P. Center donated 100 books to C.S. Mott Children's Hospital as well as 100 books to Hurley Medical Center in Flint, MI.

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