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  • Give back this holiday season

    November and December are two of the most popular months to volunteer. That’s a good thing—it’s a time when many people and groups need the most help.

    The project ideas listed below might not be new to you, but their impact on others is something worth repeating. Here are some ...

  • 11 ways to pay it forward

    When we do something kind for friends, family and even strangers, it’s only a matter of time before that kindness comes back to us. Here are 11 ways you can pay it forward—and give yourself some good karma.

    1. If you see some shopping carts “hanging out” in the parking ...

  • What we can learn from kids' notes

    We all know kids say the craziest things, but there’s a lot we can actually learn from them, too. If nothing else, we can just enjoy the entertainment they bring.

    Life goals
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    It’s never too early to start making a list of goals that you want to accomplish during your ...

  • Today is World Prematurity Day



    This is the day that March of Dimes teams with organizations around the world—including members of the Kiwanis family—to raise awareness about the issue of prematurity and how it can be prevented. 

    According to March of Dimes research, 15 million babies are born preterm around the world—that's 1 in 10. More ...

  • Board blog: November is a special month for Key Club



    November: a month for giving thanks. As Key Clubbers, we sure do have a lot to be thankful for.  From our amazing Kiwanians who give us advice, to our family members who support us, to our fellow Key Clubbers who we’ve built lifelong relationships with, November is about recognizing all ...

  • Service project idea: Show your gratitude



    According to research by Key Club partner Project Happiness, “The more that gratitude and appreciation are practiced, the more this perspective becomes second nature. It’s a simple and effective way to shift a student’s mind to positive, which enhances learning and gets the day off to good start.”

    So why ...

  • Retention, Recruitment and Reputation recap



    Last Thursday, members of the Key Club International Board hosted their second webinar, “Retention, Recruitment and Reputation.” In case you missed it, we’ve highlighted the best parts.

    Watch the “Retention, Recruitment and Reputation” webinar now.

    Retention

    Member involvement is the base of this organization, and as schedules get busier, club ...

  • Why you should volunteer abroad



    There are thousands of service initiatives in your home community. Why, then, should you consider volunteering abroad?

    Volunteering abroad is not about saving the world. It’s about making strides, together. It’s also about better understanding others’ perspectives and connecting with them despite different backgrounds or ways of living.

    When you ...

  • Advisors: Keep our youth safe

    Nothing is more important than the safety of those we serve. That’s why Kiwanis is committed to protecting youth. The Kiwanis Youth Protection Guidelines have been updated to reflect recent changes, which went into effect October 1. These changes include:

    • Background checks for Kiwanis advisors to all service leadership program ...

  • Webinar: Recruitment, Retention and Reputation

    Ready for another webinar hosted by the Key Club International Board? On Thursday, November 13 at 9 p.m. EST, join the board members for a “Recruitment, Retention and Reputation” webinar that’s full of information about increasing membership, keeping members active and spreading the word about Key Club throughout your community....

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