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CNH |KEY CLUB
Strengthening Kiwanis
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Updated by: Member Relations Committee 2013-2014
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August 2013
Kiwanis International
• Organization of service clubs
headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana
• Made up of approximately 8,600 clubs in 96
countries and over 586,000 adult members
• Global organization of members dedicated
to changing the world, one child and one
community at a time
• Sponsors the smaller branches
of the Kiwanis Family
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• Typical service projects include:
• Adopt/maintain a trail, park, road etc.
• Collect/serve food for homeless shelters/soup
kitchens
• Service Partners:
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Boys and Girls Clubs of America
UNICEF
March of Dimes
Children’s Miracle Network
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Why Should we be Involved with Other
Kiwanis Families?
• The Kiwanis family spans through several
generations and levels of education
• Some of the most rewarding times can
come from spending time together and
strengthening family bonds, like a real
family
• Opportunities for networking and making
new friendships are innumerable
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• Club strength
• Kiwanis understands how to start and
run a club
• Kiwanians have job experience to
share, stories to tell, and abilities to
stand as a chaperone
• Financial Aid
• If capable, Kiwanis can help you pay
for convention costs (DCON, ICON)
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• Assistance with transportation
• Kiwanis may be more willing to offer rides to
and from projects if they know the Key
Clubbers
• Network beyond college
• Kiwanians serve as mentors with their various
backgrounds
• Free food!
• Kiwanis meetings give you a chance to
develop social skills and eat great food!
• Many clubs hold their meetings during
breakfast, lunch, or dinner
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Know your Sponsoring
Kiwanis Club
• Knowing who your sponsoring Kiwanis Club
is an important factor to running a
successful club
• Find out by:
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Going to the Kiwanis website and using the
Club Locator
Asking your Lt. Governor
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How to get Involved: Meetings
• Attend your sponsoring Kiwanis Club’s
meeting
o Ask your club president or respective
Lieutenant Governor about when and
where
• Get to know your Kiwanis Advisor
o Get their contact information
o Email to update them
• Invite Kiwanis to Key Club meetings
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• Attend a Kiwanis DCM
o Ask Your Lt. Governor:
• Which Kiwanis division you belong to
• When and where your Kiwanis DCMs are held
o Get to know your Kiwanis Lt. Governor
• Talk to your Lt. Governor about inviting
Kiwanis to Key Club DCMs
o Ask if they would like to share, give
presentations, chaperone etc.
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How to get Involved:
Events
• Officer Training Conference
o Ask your Kiwanis Club if they’d be interested
in helping out with OTC
o Ask them if they would like to present or
even if they can give ride some of the
attendees
o Have them share
• Their experiences as a leaders
• Effectives ways of leadership that have helped
them
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• Service opportunities
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Serving alongside Kiwanis during projects gives
you the chance to get to know them
It also leads to additional projects in the future!
• Finding chaperones for future events
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Finding chaperones can be difficult, but not
when you’re asking Kiwanis!
Kiwanians love to spend time with their Key
Clubbers
Our safety is their main concern
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How to get Involved:
Other Kiwanis Family
Members
• Sponsor a K-Kids or Builders Club at a local
elementary/middle school
o Visit them
o Assist with meetings and service projects
• Find out who your Circle K Lt. Governor is
o Hold a joint event with the local Circle K
o They can be mentors and provide Key Clubbers
with advice for college
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Kiwanis One Day
• The Kiwanis Service Initiative is observed
worldwide in April - Kiwanis One Day
• Kiwanis One Day is on April 5 in 2014
• Clubs are encouraged to join with all
levels of the Kiwanis Family on this day of
community service
• It’s an opportunity to showcase the
Kiwanis Family and the commitment to
service in the community
• Future Kiwanis One Day dates!
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April 11, 2015
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Questions?
Comments?
Concerns?
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