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  • You’re a leader. Deal with it.

    Being a leader doesn’t always mean being the person in front. Being a leader also means making the right decisions, knowing when to say no and supporting a team. You’re already a leader, so why not be a great one with the help of this three-day weekend event?

    "Key Leader ...

  • Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF FAQ

    Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF is one of our most important fundraisers of the year. It’s the perfect opportunity for your Key Club to make a difference in the lives of women and babies around the world as we work together to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus. Just US$1.80—less than the cost ...

  • Unlock opportunities with your Key Club superpowers

    Have you ever wondered how your Key Club experience might earn you admission to your dream college, launch your career or even help you change the world? We’ve identified possible skills you’ve already picked up from Key Club that are great to add to your résumé or LinkedIn profile.

    Miss ...

  • Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF costume contest

    The Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF costume boxes are out of print and in high demand. If you want one for yourself, now is your chance to enter our costume contest!

    Trick-or-Treat season officially kicks off on Oct. 1, but why not get a head start promoting the event and enter our ...

  • Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF: More than going door-to-door

    Are you in? Key Clubs throughout the world are pulling together to help rid the earth of one of the deadliest diseases it has ever known. In June, it was announced at the Key Club International Convention in Indianapolis that our Key Club International board unanimously voted to raise US$3 ...

  • 20 DIY Halloween costumes

    Halloween is a month away but it’s never too soon to start planning your costume. Don’t get caught wearing the same costume as all of your friends. Here are 20 of our favorite unique DIY costumes.

    1. Ceiling fan

    You’ll have the most team spirit for team ceiling. Just take ...

  • Key Goes Green

    The Florida District, which includes the Cayman Islands, is uniting its members through their Governor’s Project, Key Goes Green. Members are getting together to do environmental projects from recycling programs to creating gardens.

    Written by Shane Meagher

    This year the Florida District has taken on my Governor’s Project, Key Goes ...

  • Key Club advisor guide

    When your Key Club fall mailing arrives, be sure to check out the Key Club advisor guide and distribute all the other great resources to your club members. Designed both for faculty and Kiwanis advisors, the advisor guide provides tips, information and inspiration for various responsibilities—from starting a Key Club ...

  • Service beyond ourselves—Our calling

    Guyana is one of our newest Key Club nations as of April and is part of the Caribbean-Atlantic District. Since joining, they have been working hard on a community garden project called “GrowGIA!” The project won a single service award at district convention this past spring. Hear about the project ...

  • World Gratitude Day

    According to research by Key Club partner Project Happiness, “The more that gratitude and appreciation are practiced, the more this perspective becomes second nature. It’s a simple and effective way to shift a student’s mind to positive, which enhances learning and gets the day off to good start.”

    So why ...

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