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  • 5 reasons to attend a service project

    Being a Key Clubber is more than wearing your Key Club T-shirt and showing up to the occasional meeting. Out of our 270,000 members across the globe, there’s a good chance some members still haven’t participated in a service project yet. If you fall into that group, here are five ...

  • 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 ...

  • Super service hour

    Need a fun service project that you can do during your meeting? Here are two cheap projects that let your members express their creative sides—and make children’s hospital stays much more enjoyable.

    Non-slip socks for children

    Hospital floors can be very slippery—which can lead to injuries when children who are ...

  • Fit for a superhero

    Transform an awesome kid into a superhero—with an easy-to-make cape! With possible designs ranging from Batman to Powerpuff Girls, use your imagination to craft handmade capes to donate to a children’s hospital.

    What you will need:
    • Fleece for cape 
    • Cape Template
    • Scissors
    • Velcro pieces 
    • Fabric or hot glue 
    • Extra fleece ...

  • Host a “super service hour”

    Super service hour

    What do your club members do during meetings? If your club meetings aren’t as fun and spontaneous as you’d like them to be, try a “super service hour.” During a super service hour, club members help with a quick, easy and fun service project.

    Here are two ideas to get ...

  • Apply for a grant!

    Do you have an amazing service project that your club members need help funding? Key Club has a grant program called Youth Opportunities Fund for just that sort of thing. The YOF is an endowed fund for Key Club International held within the Kiwanis International Foundation. YOF grants are given ...

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