Children learn by doing. Through the Kiwanis Service Leadership Programs, young people experience the reward of helping others and improving their own communities. They develop values based on selflessness and leadership skills based on teamwork. With your help, they will grow into caring, successful adults and lifelong Kiwanians.
In Kiwanis Kids, elementary students conduct their own service projects.
Terrific Kids promotes character. Students work to improve behavior, attendance, schoolwork , or relationships with peers.
Bring Up Grades recognizes students who work hard to improve their grades,and keep them there.
More than 40,000 young teens run their own Kiwanis-sponsored clubs, Builders Club, improving communities and helping others in 5 countries.
High school students in 24 countries protect the rights of children in their communities. Governors, executives and a former U.S. president credit Key Club with their first taste of leadership.
The next extraordinary step for high school student leaders. Key Leader.
This program, Circle K Club, is based on service, leadership and fellowship on more than 500 university campuses worldwide.
Adults living with disabilities, Aktion Club, in more than 200 clubs in seven nations develop initiative and leadership skills through hands-on service. These adults return to the community the benefits, help, and caring they have received.