The Arc of Riverside County is a non-profit that serves adults with intellectual & other developmental disabilities. Over the years, The Arc has significantly increased the quality of life for these individuals.
The Aktion Club of The Arc of Riverside County believes that we should celebrate the inherent value of every individual, regardless of their disability. This is why our Aktion Club has adopted The Vale of One as their theme, promoting dignity and respect for all individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Learn more about The Value of One.
The Arc of Riverside County has hosted its very own Aktion Club. An Aktion Club is an official Kiwanis Sponsored Service Leadership Program oriented to adults with disabilities who are interested in providing services to their community. Aktion Club is sponsored by Kiwanis International.
Aktion Club members meet regularly where they learn about issues of interest, plan service and fundraising projects and enjoy Kiwanis Aktion Club fellowship. Aktion Club members perform a variety of community services such as environment projects, park beautification, helping homeless shelters, nursing home visitations and assisting the local Kiwanis Club with their projects.
Aktion Club also take time out to have FUN! Aktion Club members visit local attractions, go to sporting events, conventions, host dances and enjoy bowling among other activities.
Jason Shoeneck, President
Lance Corbin, Vice President
Faith Dyer, Secretary
If you would like any information on how to get our Aktion Club members to volunteer at your school, organization or business, please contact our Aktion Club Advisors, Oscar Cabrales, at (951) 688-5143 x225 | OCabrales@ArcRiverside.org or Taylor Lowell, at (951) 688-5141 x227 | TLowell@ArcRiverside.org