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Save millions of families—and your teeth—this Halloween when you forgo candy and collect money. From now through 2015, all Kiwanis-family funds raised through Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF will support The Eliminate Project. Each US$1.80 raised will help save or protect one woman and her future babies from MNT.
Do you have an amazing service project that your club members need help funding?
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.
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.
Share your Key Club story—and win a pair of customized Key Club Converse shoes!
How can you learn to change the world for the better in just two days — not to mention, yourself? By attending a Key Leader weekend! You’ll learn to be a servant-leader, make new friends and form strategies to help your school and community become better places.
Delegates from Key Clubs around the world elected new Key Club leaders during the House of Delegates at the 70th Annual Key Club International Convention in Washington, D.C., July 3–7. Congratulations to the new Key Club International board!
Real leaders. Real stories. Real world-changers.
Do you have an idea for a school/community native plant garden, a forest improvement project, a streamside restoration plan, a recycling program, or energy conservation project for your students?
Back to school means back to Key Club, and the start of a new school year is the best time to recruit new members since everyone is choosing new activities. Your club needs to replace graduated seniors and find new talent and brainpower to make an even greater impact on your school and community.