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  • 14 things to do when you don't have a valentine

    Just because you don’t have a valentine this year doesn’t mean Feb. 14 has to be the most dreaded day of the year. Here are 14 things you can do on Valentine’s Day to fill your (or someone else’s) day with fun, happiness and love.

    1) Volunteer

    Certain places, such ...

  • Exclusive scholarships for Key Clubbers

    Whether you’re a Key Club graduating senior or a member looking for a service opportunity abroad this summer with Rustic Pathways, we have four scholarship opportunities for you!

    Harry S. Himmel Scholarship

    Linda Canaday Memorial Scholarship

    Cunat International Scholarship

    Rustic Pathways Service Scholarship


    The Kiwanis International Foundation proudly ...

  • 4 million lives saved and growing

    Drum roll, please! We’re pleased to announce that the members of Kiwanis Service Leadership Programs—including Key Club—have raised more than US$7.3 million for The Eliminate Project: Kiwanis eliminating maternal and neonatal tetanus. With that total, members of SLP clubs have helped protect more than 4 million women and their ...

  • Recorded webinar: Make your Key Club famous

    Missed last week’s webinar? We have the recorded version ready for you along with the PPT! International trustees Bethany Downs and Hojin Yoon give advice on writing effective news pitches, handling interviews, interacting with media outlets and utilizing social media.

    Making your KC Famous PPT

  • Thinking about being a Key Club officer?

    Running for an elected officer position is a pretty big deal, but if you think you’re ready for the challenge, don’t hold yourself back. As the saying goes, you miss 100 percent of the shots you don’t take. Here are a few words of wisdom to consider when running for ...

  • 5 reasons to participate in a service project

    Being a Key Clubber is more than wearing your Key Club T-shirt and showing up to the occasional meeting. Out of our 270,000 members across the globe, there’s a good chance some members still haven’t participated in a service project yet. If you fall into that group, here are five ...

  • Have you submitted dues?

    Make sure your Key Club maintains its ”active” status so your members receive all the benefits and resources they’re entitled to. Renewing your club for the year is easy.

    Your Key Club’s faculty advisor should log into the Membership Update Center and update the names for each club officer (including ...

  • Starting at the bottom: A Key Clubber's story

    By: Elaine Le

    Elaine is a junior at Fountain Valley High School in California, which is part of the California-Nevada-Hawaii District.

    I remember the day I joined Key Club. I didn’t think much of it and just saw it as an opportunity to obtain service hours for my college application. ...

  • 4 service project ideas for Valentine’s Day

    Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, but there’s still plenty of time for your club to participate in the holiday festivities. Check out the ideas below for fun service projects and club fundraisers.

    1. Roses are red, violets are blue…

    Making cards is a pretty standard  service project, but ...

  • E-learning for advisors: Developing Leadership

    Leadership is a core value of Key Club. But how can an advisor help members develop leadership skills? And how can advisors tell if members are growing as leaders? Key Club International is excited to unveil the Developing Leadership e-learning education session for advisors.

    This interactive experience takes an in-depth ...

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