In 1987, the Kiwanis of Little Havana Foundation (KLHF) was established as a 501(c)(3) organization by the Kiwanis Club of Little Havana.  Its vision is to form future leaders and productive citizens through education; leading the way to a brighter tomorrow.  

Mission: Assist the financially underserved Hispanic children and youth of Miami Dade County with their educational and recreational needs.   

Fact: Hispanics are the nation’s largest and fastest growing segment of the population in the United States, but Hispanics have the lowest high school and college completion rates of any ethnic group. The second largest Hispanic population in the U.S. is found in Miami Dade County which in turn has the largest minority public school system in the country. The Foundation's programs are a vital part of the future of the Miami Dade County community.

Officers
Henry Jimenez - Chairman
Manuel A. Gonzalez -  First Vice Chairman
Pedro L. Gonzalez - Second Vice Chairman
Orestes Wrves - Secretary
Raul Perez-Liste   - Asst. Secretary
Andres Bolano - Treasurer
Jesus Lebena - Asst. Treasurer
 
Directors
Agustin Barrera
Raul Camaliche
Ricardo Gonzalez, DMD
Peter Isern
Raul Perez Jr.

Past Chairpersons
Ray Rodriguez
Pedro Menendez
Manuel A. Cuervo
Carlos Halley
Eugenio Hernandez