Hey PNW! For this week’s What’s Poppin PNW, we are featuring Division 44. Here is a message from their LTG, Kenny Ta: “Division 44 has been diligently serving our local...
Hi Key Clubbers! For What’s Poppin PNW, we are featuring Division 38. Here is a message from Lieutenant Governor Izayah Qiu: “Division 38 continues to shine as a beacon of...
January’s Secretary of the Month is Rory Clark from Kingston High School in Division 19/36! Here is a message from Rory: “What’s up Key Clubbers!!! My name is Rory Clark,...
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Students join Key Club to connect with others, build leadership skills, and serve their communities.
Key Clubbers fundraise for an annual district project and volunteer in their local communities around the clock.
The SEAD Initiative
Our goal for this District Project is to provide Key Clubbers and Kiwanians with the resources, knowledge, and inspiration to make an impact in their local communities to help end youth houselessness. Since the District Project isn’t partnering with one specific organization, every Key Clubber has the opportunity to directly impact their own community. We aim to serve 10,000 hours and raise $15,000 during the 2023-24 service term.
SEAD Goal Tracker
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