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  • Send a teen to Key Leader

    Advisors and adults, remember when you discovered who you are? Was it at camp? Away from home? Hiking on a pine-scented trail? Doing something different? Discovering new friends?

    You can give a teen you love the same experience—and a taste of Kiwanis values. Send him or her to Key Leader. ...

  • Kiwanis, UNICEF join forces to eliminate tetanus

    The ELIMINATE Project will protect 129 million mothers and future babies

    Kiwanis International and UNICEF have joined forces to eliminate maternal/neonatal tetanus, which kills 60,000 babies and 30,000 mothers each year. The announcement was made by UNICEF Ambassador and actress Tea Leoni at the 95th Annual Kiwanis International Convention in ...

  • Rain can't ruin their parade

    Mauston High School Key Club hosted a March of Dimes walkathon and raised just under $1,000. Read the story from the Juneau County Star Times.

  • Kiwanis-family members contribute more than $464 million in service

    In one year, Kiwanis family members contribute more than US$464 million in service. Learn how you can too.

    Get more ideas you can use from the June issue of Kiwanis magazine.

  • Keep them coming back

    A new member’s first two years are crucial and will determine whether he or she becomes a longtime or even lifelong member. Members are more and likely to remain committed if they understand the mission, values and goals of the club. Read the perfect recipes these Kiwanis clubs use to ...

  • Miracle League magic … make it happen

    Is your club looking for a new service project idea? Consider Miracle League baseball.

    Learn how a group of Kiwanians in Des Moines, Iowa, gave kids a chance to play ball at a brand new Miracle League Baseball field. Variety the Children’s Charity was one of the many foundations the ...

  • New Beginning Campaign surpasses goal

    More than 2,400 Kiwanians opened their hearts for the New Beginning Campaign, which surpassed its US$750,000 goal. In a historical partnership with the Kiwanis International Foundation, Kiwanis International matched each unrestricted gift to the foundation. Now the foundation has an additional $1.5 million to help Kiwanis serve the children of ...

  • Experience the Kiwanis International convention at home

    Even if you can’t make it to Vegas this year, you can still benefit from Kiwanis International convention workshops. After July 1, order CDs of workshops and forums. Don’t forget to tune in for the announcement of Kiwanis’ next Worldwide Service Project streaming live on June 24 at www.kiwanis.org/wsp. ...

  • Quilting Key Clubbers

    The Bullard High School Key Club (Texas) joined hands with the Bullard Kiwanis club to Color a Child's World. See how.

  • Key Club International Convention gets social

    The 66th Annual Key Club International Convention is getting a little more social and tech-savvy. Here’s how:

    Text updates—Convention attendees (and those at home) can text “ICON” to 68398 to get convention updates sent to their phones. Standard text messaging rates apply.

    Text polls—At the start of each ...

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