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  • The deal with dues

    Key Club dues

    Do you know where your Key Club dues go? From resources and grants to training and insurance, dues help you get the most memorable, fun experience during your time in Key Club.

    Many clubs and districts aren’t able to provide the large-scale benefits and support that you get from Key ...

  • Eliminate Week: It's not too late to save lives

    The Eliminate Project

    Through The Eliminate Project, the Kiwanis family is changing the world. Kiwanis Service Leadership Programs have raised more than US$3,084,255 to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus. If your Key Club put the “fun” in fundraising during Eliminate Week, there’s still time to send in your lifesaving donations and be recognized....

  • 5 topics your board should address now

    5 topics for your board to discuss

    Key Club International is a student-led organization. And Key Clubs themselves are led by the student members.  It starts with the board officers.  Here are 5 topics to cover at your first board meeting:

    1. Service projects. Have your board brainstorm. How many service projects would they like to complete this ...

  • July 2014 Key Club International Board Meeting Minutes and Passed Amendments


    Download the Key Club International board meeting minutes from the July 2, 2014 meeting and review the Amendments that passed during the Key Club International House of Delegates during the 71st Annual Convention on July 3, 2014. 

  • Key Club's Fiscal Year in Review

    If you wondered about Key Club International's financial standing during this past year, you'll be pleased to know that Key Club fared well. The good news is that Key Club International, Circle K International and the Kiwanis International Foundation all shared positive financial results. On a consolidated basis, the Kiwanis ...

  • All about Anaheim

    To officially kick off the convention, we started the way any good convention should start: with a selfie.




    Besides epic selfies, the convention was a whirlwind of fun, excitement and learning. We listened to some amazing inspirational and motivational speakers and danced to save moms and babies with The Eliminate ...

  • Bob Palys receives Key of Honor

    Bob Palys has been the Key Club advisor at Holly Pond High School for 25 years. In that time, he has influenced his students to strive for the best—and they’ve done just that. For his achievements, Palys was honored with the 2014 Key of Honor during this year’s Key Club ...

  • Changes to our organization


    During the House of Delegates at the annual convention, Key Clubbers also have the opportunity to vote on amendments to the Key Club International bylaws. This year, five of the six proposed amendments were passed. To learn more about the changes to the bylaws and how they might affect you, ...

  • Meet the 2014–15 Key Club International Board!

    At the annual Key Club International convention, students representing clubs from around the world vote on a new Key Club International board. This year, delegates from more than 600 clubs elected the following students to lead the organization:

    Key Club International president
    Maria Palazzolo
    Illinois-Eastern Iowa District

    Key Club International ...

  • Live Stream for Ice Cream

    UPDATE: (July 14, 2014)

    The winners of our “Live stream for ice cream” contest are: 

    • Eastern Wayne High School (Carolinas District)
    • El Camino Real Charter High School (California-Nevada-Hawaii District)
    • Union High School (New Jersey District)

    Congratulations! Winning clubs will receive their ice cream party kits in the mail next month....

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