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  • Arizona State University Leadership Scholarship Program

    The Leadership Scholarship Program (LSP) recognizes outstanding high school graduating seniors who have achieved excellence in leadership. Up to 25 students will be selected for the scholarship. Established in 1977 to develop exceptional leadership skills among promising scholars, this program has a long-standing history at Arizona State University. More than ...

  • Key Club Shoes contest winners announced

    More than 5,000 votes were cast, and now we have our winners! The top five winners of the Key Club shoes contest—who will each receive a customized pair of Key Club Converse shoes—are…

    First Place: Stephanie

    A.N. Myer Secondary School
    Eastern Canada District

    Why Key Club is a good fit ...

  • 31 days of Trick-or-Treat



    Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF can go far beyond just knocking on doors with your orange boxes. Clubs around the world are thinking “outside of the box” and doing their fundraising in other creative ways. We have compiled a list of those great ideas for jump-start your club’s brainstorming.

    [1] A “hole” ...

  • Chat with the Key Club International Board!


    Have a Key Club-related question? Now’s your chance to get it answered by Key Club International’s most prominent leaders! If you have a Twitter account, join us this Thursday from 9–11 p.m. EST for a live Twitter chat with the Key Club International Board. Use the hashtag #KeyClubChat when you ...

  • True Colors Personality Assessment

    Everyone has a different leadership style. Take the True Colors Personality Assessment to learn what your style is and how it can help you become an effective leader. Download the color assessment and color descriptions, but don’t look ahead! Start with the assessment. Go through each row and look at ...

  • Keep youth safer with new guidelines

    If Kiwanis is to remain the premier provider of youth service programs, Kiwanis must hold itself to the highest standards to protect the more than 300,000 youth in our care — and ourselves. The Kiwanis Youth Protection Guidelines are updated and the new rules go into effect October 1.

    Clubs ...

  • Youth Opportunities Fund grants due October 15

    Learn how your club can take action by accessing grant funding available through the Key Club Youth Opportunities Fund (YOF). On September 25, 2013, Key Club International Trustees Kelsie Hoppes and Alberto Berrizbeitia hosted a webinar for Key Club members and advisors about the new YOF application process. This prerecorded ...

  • Halloween’s a spooky-good time to raise MNT funds

    Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF is your club’s chance to lend a helping hand this Halloween. You can host a talent show, dance, trunk-or-treat, pumpkin carving or decorating contest, haunted house, ghost run—or whatever your club thinks will be the most fun.


    The funds you and other Kiwanis-family clubs collect will once ...

  • 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 ...

  • Are you in?

    Are you in? Key Clubs throughout the world are pulling together to help rid the earth of one of the most deadly diseases it has ever known. We need your club to make it happen.

    Every nine minutes, a baby dies from tetanus. Many mothers will die too. This disease ...

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