Key Club is the oldest and
largest service program for high school
students. What makes Key Club so
successful is the fact that it is a
student-led organization that teaches
leadership through serving others.
Members of the Kiwanis International
family, Key Club members build
themselves as they build their schools
Key Club International is an
organization of individual Key Clubs and
is funded by nominal dues paid by every
member. Its officers are high school
leaders elected by the members at
district and International conventions.
The organization offers a wide range of
opportunities to its members:
- Leadership development
- Vocational guidance
- College scholarships
- Subscription to the KEYNOTER
- Personal enrichment
- Value-added member benefit
- Liability insurance coverage
Originally, Key Club adopted as its
motto, “We Build,” the same motto as its
parent organization, Kiwanis
International. In 1976, the organization
opted to change its motto to “Caring –
Our Way of Life” because these words
more clearly conveyed members’ reasons
for helping others.
is the largest service organization for middle school students (ages
12 to 14), with more than 40,000 members worldwide. Builders Club is
a “student-led” community service organization, which operates under
school regulations and draws its members from the student body.
Community-based Builders Clubs also may be established at community
facilities such as: churches, libraries, YMCA’s, or lodges. Builders
Club is unique because a Kiwanis club, composed of leading business
and professional people of the community, serves as the club’s
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