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  • Partner up to make a bigger impact

    Joining forces with other child-focused organizations in your community can be a win-win situation for everyone. Learn all about the partnership between Kiwanis International and Boys & Girls Clubs and how your community can benefit. Elizabeth Warren, Kiwanis International Branded Services manager, and Lanton Lee, Kiwanis International area director, will ...

  • Be the best Key Club officer you can be

    Key Club recently held a webinar on the topic of club officer duties. Did you miss it? Don't worry, you can still learn all you need to know about how to run your club by viewing the recorded webinar. Be the best Key Club officer you can be and ...

  • Friends for Change "Get the Word Out" Action Plan

    If you're organizing a service project, it's important to let your friends, family and community know what you're up to so they can pitch in and take steps to help your project succeed. The Get the Word Out action plan, created by Disney's Friends for Change in partnership with ...

  • Key Club Helps Fight Premature Birth

    March of Dimes 1 in 8 babiesJoin the March of Dimes in Prematurity Awareness Month 2010

    One in eight babies is born prematurely in our country and premature birth is the number one cause of death during the first month of life. Babies who survive often face serious health challenges and can suffer from lasting disabilities. ...

  • Kiwanis club recognizes teachers

    Key Club and Builders Club faculty advisors honored.

    Horseheads Kiwanis Club named two local teachers "Kiwanians of the Year." Missy Lutz, who took over the Thomas A. Edison Key Club in 2002, and Christine  Klee, who started the Cohen Middle School Builders Club in 1997, were honored for their hard ...

  • Join the Key Club alumni association for free until June 2011

    You grow so much during your years in Key Club. Don’t give up on giving to your community just because you’re no longer in school. Join the alumni association for Key Club to reconnect with other graduates, read what fellow alumni have written in our blog and share your own ...

  • Start planning your Kiwanis One Day project: 26 project ideas

    Kiwanis One Day, celebrated on April 2, 2011, is the opportunity to work together with members of all Kiwanis-family clubs and other members of the community to make an impact through service. What will your club be doing that day? If you are looking for ideas, you are in luck: ...

  • Key Club Week is Nov 1–5

    What’s it gonna take to make Key Club a household name? All 250,000+ members gearing up, reaching out and spreading the word during Key Club Week, November 1–5! Follow the day-by-day plan to work together so that everyone in your school and community knows what Key Club is all ...

  • Trick or Treat for UNICEF: 60 years strong

    For 60 years now, children in the United States have dressed in costume on Halloween night and gone door to door collecting coin donations for UNICEF. Since 1994, Key Club has joined in the fun Trick-or-Treating for UNICEF, a worldwide organization that, like Kiwanis, is dedicated to serving children’s needs. ...

  • New chartering options for Key Club and Kiwanis’ Service Leadership Programs

    As of October 1, Kiwanis will offer new chartering options for most of our Service Leadership Programs. This new chartering tier allows clubs to choose the materials and payment that’s right for them. Please note that even if a club charters without a gong/gavel or a banner, they can still ...

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