Kiwanis Family

The Kiwanis Family is made up of six service-oriented organizations led by dedicated volunteer leaders with one goal: to improve the world one child and community at a time. There are over 500,000 Kiwanis Family members, ranging from ages as young as 5 to as old as 100. Additionally, there are 2 programs associated with elementary school education (Terrific Kids & BUG). The Kiwanis Family is International, meaning you'll never be away from the K-Family no matter where you go!

Kiwanis International (For Adults)

Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world one child and one community at a time. They are an essential resource for Key Club International and provide resources to hold events and provide scholarships to the Key Clubbers that go above and beyond.

Circle-K (For College Students)

Circle K International is the collegiate branch of the Kiwanis Family empowering its members to continue acts of service after their achievements in High School. Much like Key Club International, Circle K International is led by driven Samaritans with the goal of bettering their homes, schools, and communities.

Aktion Club (For Adults with Disabilities)

Aktion Club is the only service club for adults with disabilities worldwide, with over 12,000 members. It is a club with members from different organizations and groups: churches, libraries, YMCAs, and/or lodges. Their main goal is to provide service opportunities for like-minded individuals who want to give back to their community.

Key Club (For High School Students)

Key Club is a student led high school organization. Providing students with a more hands on opportunity to run, serve projects, fundraising events, and more. In doing so, students grow as individuals and as leaders by answering the call to lead, summoning the courage to engage and developing the heart to serve.

Builders Club (For Middle School and Junior High Students)

Builders Club is the largest service organization for middle school and junior high students, with more than 45,000 members worldwide. Members learn to work together and develop servant-leaders skills as they serve their school and community. Today, there are more than 1,600 clubs in Aruba, Australia, the Bahamas, the United States, etc. Builders Club is a student-led community service organization that operates under school regulations and draws its members from the student body. As a club they provide students with an early opportunity to provide aid to their home, school, and community.

Kiwanis Kids (For Elementary School Students)

In K-Kids clubs worldwide, children are learning leadership skills through service. They’re taking on the responsibility of facilitating community service projects while only being in elementary school. They assist the elderly with chores or organize community food drives (Much like the other branches). They serve their schools, raising funds for sports equipment and extracurricular activities. With their goal being to provide kids with opportunities to become more active within their community.