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  • 4 last-minute projects for Kiwanis One Day

    Need a last-minute project for Kiwanis One Day? Talk to your faculty advisor and see if your sponsoring Kiwanis club has already planned a project you can help with. If you don’t have a sponsoring Kiwanis club, or if the Kiwanians don’t have anything planned, here are four quick ...

  • Attention Key Club seniors!

    We’re sure senioritis is in full swing but you’re so close to the finish line! Summer is almost here. Before you leave us, we have three reminders for you about scholarships, graduation and, well ... us.

    1. College is expensive. Offset the cost of college by applying for a Key ...

  • Share the world’s biggest Dirty Little Secret

    Thirst Project is back at it again! They’ll be sharing the world’s biggest Dirty Little Secret all April!

    In 2016, there are still 663 million people that lack access to safe, clean drinking water. Thirst Project needs your help to spread awareness about this global issue. This year, they are ...

  • 10 tips for your end-of-the-year banquet

    Over the past school year, you’ve probably accomplished some incredible things with your Key Club. There probably even have been some MVPs in your club who have really stepped up their service game. Celebrate all of these accomplishments and more at an end-of-the-year banquet for your club. We have 10 ...

  • Water service in the Dominican Republic

    Water is a resource we often take for granted. We’re used to turning on the tap and having enough water to brush our teeth, shower, or wash dishes. We rarely think about where that water comes from.

    A surprisingly large portion of the world’s population—about 1 in 10 people—does not ...

  • Thirst Project has some big news!

    Tomorrow is World Water Day! March 22 is a day to raise awareness about water-related issues, especially the global water crisis—663 million people lack access to safe, clean drinking water.

    Join Thirst Project, the world’s largest youth water organization, in celebrating what you have already done to help ...

  • DIY service project

    One of the best parts of Key Club: If you’re passionate about something, you can create your own service project to serve that cause, regardless of whether you’re a new member or a senior-year club officer. Read the story of one Key Clubber, Priscilla Olson, who did just that, and ...

  • The Glass Door: The International Board blog

    Hello Key Clubbers!

    District convention season has officially begun! Every trustee has been preparing to travel to their districts one last time to celebrate this amazing year of service. Rip and I are even attending some conventions. Our main focus this past month has been aiding the districts in any ...

  • Advisors: Spring mailing arriving soon

    The spring officer training mailing will be arriving soon, so be on the lookout for that package to arrive at your school or club location. The officer guides provide key information for the officers elected to serve during the next school year. If your kit doesn’t arrive by April 4th, ...

  • A smile goes a long way

    In honor of International Day of Happiness on March 20, we’re teaming up with Project Happiness again next week. Here are three ways to spread happiness in your community:

    1. Think of what makes you happy. Write what makes you happy on a plain piece of paper. Hold it up and ...

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