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  • Key Club alumni share their stories

    Jim Hernandez has a busy schedule of work, family and community service, but if you ask him and his wife of 21 years why they stay so busy in the community, they’ll tell you: “It’s who we are and how we met.” Jim has been part of the Kiwanis family ...

  • What are you doing to support The Eliminate Project? Share your story.

    Through The Eliminate Project, the Kiwanis family will change the world. We’ll help raise US$110 million to save and protect millions of mothers and newborns from MNT—and protect the connection between mother and child that this deadly disease destroys.

    To make this happen, we need to engage people in valuable ...

  • New resources to help you spread the word about The Eliminate Project

    Maternal and neonatal tetanus affects many, many mothers and babies in the poorest countries of the world, and it’s going to take the help of many, many people to eliminate it from the world. To help you reach those many people, Kiwanis is constantly creating resources for your campaign, so ...

  • Sign up now for Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF

    For many 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 ...

  • October is the month of the young adolescent

    October is the month of the young adolescent, an annual international collaborative effort of education, health and youth-oriented organizations like Kiwanis. During October the National Middle School Association brings together a wide range of organizations to focus on the needs of this important age range, ages 10 to 15. ...

  • UnitedHealth HEROES Grants

    The UnitedHealth HEROES program is a service-learning, health literacy initiative that awards grants to help youth, ages 5-25, create and implement local, hands-on programs to fight childhood obesity. The grants encourage semester-long projects that launch on MLK Day of Service  and culminate on Global Youth Service Day. Schools, service-learning coordinators, ...

  • New CKI leaders named

    The votes were cast and counted at July’s Circle K International Convention in Virginia Beach. Now meet the new CKI leaders for 2011-2012! The new Circle K International Board is headed by Steven Spriggs of Texas A&M University as president and Melanie Walter of Winona State University as vice president. ...

  • E-Waste Drive Campaign Scholarship

    Do Something is partnering up with Best Buy and ENERGY STAR to run an E-Waste Drive campaign. Collect e-waste, deliver it to your local Best Buy store, and fill out a report back form.  DoSomething.org will be giving out $10,000 to the winning team to be used as an educational ...

  • Apply to Serve on the State Farm Youth Advisory Board

    The State Farm Youth Advisory Board is comprised of 30 young adults ages 17-20 from communities across the country and Canada. The Board's mission is to oversee a $5 million signature service-learning initiative to address pressing issues that have a direct impact on communities. Youth Advisory Board members are responsible ...

  • New Key Club leaders step up

    Key Club is too strong of an organization to fly under anyone’s radar, and new Key Club International President Annie Lewandowski’s going to do something about that—at least, that’s her goal this year. Helping her in that endeavor will be Catt Lovins as international vice president. Elected at the ...

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