Kiwanis at your Fingertips

Kiwanis at Your Fingertips


The K-Family

One important way that Kiwanis clubs serve their communities is by sponsoring similar service organizations for young people. These clubs are student-led and members participate in electing their own officers, fundraising for causes and carrying out meaningdul service projects. These activities develop their character and prepare them for a purposeful life.


Colleges and Universities

Circle K International
NY District Circle K

Circle K was started in Pullman, Washington and was formally organized as a service club in 1947. Circle K’ers are committed to leadership and service.


High School

Key Club International
NY District Key Club

Key Club was first organized in 1925 and is the oldest Kiwanis youth sponsored program. More than 2 million youth have enrolled in Key Club since its inception. Our club is proud to sponsor a Key Club at the Ursuline School, Yonkers High School and Riverside High School.

Empire Key Online Issue
Secretary’s Monthly Report Form
Treasurer’s Fundraising Report Form
Election Form


Middle School

Builders Club International
NY District Builders Club

Builders Club was launched in 1975 after middle school and junior high students started showing an interest in organizing to serve their home, school and community.


Elementary School

K-Kids International
NY District K-Kids
K-Kids Rule!

The K-Kids Pledge:

“As a K-Kid, I promise to serve my neighborhood and my school; I will show respect toward my environment; and I will try to make the world a better place in which to live.”


Adults with Disabilities

Aktion Club International
Motto: Where Development has no disability

Builders Club was launched in 1975 after middle school and junior high students started showing an interest in organizing to serve their home, school and community.


Golden K

A special club designed to draw on the expertise and experience of senior citizens

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