Kiwanis Family Clubs

Kiwanis International empowers people at every stage of life to become competent, capable, and compassionate leaders by helping them learn to help others. Through its Service Leadership Programs, Kiwanis enables its youngest leaders to serve their communities, opening doors for them to change the world. Through Aktion Club, Kiwanis members give adults with disabilities the opportunity to develop initiative and leadership skills in serving their communities while enabling their integration into society.

As a Kiwanis member, you have the privilege of serving and guiding these developing leaders:

Kiwanis Kids
Three programs for primary school students between the ages of 6 and 12: K-Kids, Bring Up Grades (BUG), and Terrific Kids.   I-I District Administrator:  Boneta Morris

Builders Club
A leadership program for middle and junior high school students.   I-I District Administrator:  Ashley Wolfe

Key Club International
The oldest and largest service leadership organization for teens in the world with members in 30 nations.   I-I District Administrator:  Bob Hall

Key Leader
A weekend experience designed to empower emerging student leaders ages 14-18.   I-I District Administrator:  Jennifer Stauffer

Circle K International
The largest service organization for university students in the world with members in 17 nations.   I-I District Administrator:  Jill Haacke

Aktion Club
The only community-service club for adults living with disabilities.   I-I District Administrator:  Terry Kunze

Learn how to build and manage a youth program in your area.
Learn how to build and manage a program for adults with disabilities.
For more information about these programs send Kiwanis International an e-mail or call 1-317-875-8755 (worldwide) or 1-800-KIWANIS (US and Canada).