The District Affairs Committee just released a 2021-2022 awards booklet, apply for awards now! Gain recognition for hard work this service year.

WELCOME TO THE

NEW YORK DISTRICT

KEY CLUB

Key Club International, a service leadership program of Kiwanis International, is the oldest and largest service organization for high school students and gives its members opportunities to provide service, build character, and develop leadership skills. Starting in California in 1925, Key Club today thrives on more than 5,000 high school campuses with a total membership of 270,000 in 38 countries.💙🔑

A Celebration

of Service💙

Come join the oldest and largest service organization for students and celebrate the opportunities members receive. Key Clubbers build character, develop leadership skills, make new friends, and raise funds for the sole purpose of giving back to the community. Clubs gain recognition for their efforts, win awards, and partake in activities taking place in Albany. This service year our theme is circus, so expect some great fun!

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Publications

CLUB & DISTRICT UPDATES

Running for Higher Office

Start the election process by applying for your intended position that best fit your ability as a Key Clubber. There are information for District positions and International roles

LTC Registration

Learn more about the County Fair: A Celebration of Service.

Distinguished Key Clubber

Apply for the Distinguished Key Clubber Award! To learn more about other awards besides the Distinguished Key Clubber, click here.

Awards Booklet

Apply for awards for you or your club to gain recognition for hard work this service year at the yearly Leadership Training Conference

K Factor

At this event the Huntington Highschool Key Club, designed and developed a talent show. All profits went to Rachel’s Dance for a Cure, a charity by a local teacher for a cure for pediatric cancer. At the fundraiser, students and faculty attended where they got to...

Cards for NYC Hospitals

To support all the healthcare workers who are fighting the virus today, Stuyvesant Key Club created (and will continue to make) supportive cards both digitally and hand made. These cards contain our gratitude towards the people who are sacrificing their time for...

Sewing Masks for COVID-19

Members of the Harley Key Club had been feeling a little sad that they haven't been able to participate in their typical service projects. So, some of their members decided to get to work. They pulled out their dusty old sewing machines and got sewing! Members used...

Adventures at Governors Island

Adventures at the Governors Island was, as the name suggests, an adventure.  The event brought a diverse group of people together, including students from Brooklyn Tech, Stuyvesant, and Bronx Science.  Aside from the maze and rock climbing activities offered on the...

Stuyvesant’s and Brooklyn Tech’s Adventures at Governor’s Island Fundraiser Review

On Saturday July 27th, Brooklyn Tech and Stuyvesant held a joint fundraiser at Governor's Island. Attendees were given the three options: BBQ only at the Park for $8, attractions at the Adventures site for $14, or both for $20. At the BBQ, we took turns serving the...

Dodge for a Cure Fundraiser

June 6th wasn’t your average afternoon in the Bethpage high school gymnasium. Numerous teams met together in the bleachers waiting for their team to be called. And as the clock hit 3:00, a three count and a whistle signalled the start of the 4th annual Dodge for a...

General Brown’s Carwash

In late May about 10 people in General Brown’s Key Club held a car wash from 1-4pm to raise money for our account so we have more funds to get nicer materials for future service projects, that may be a little more pricey. Members that helped out are: Madison Curry,...

Dave and Buster’s Fundraiser

On Wednesday, June 19th, Stuyvesant Key Club held our annual Dave and Buster’s fundraiser. At the fundraiser, we sold Power Cards of $15 and $25 to our attendees and inside each power cards are chips that can be used to play the various games offered by Dave and...

The Walk for Kids’ Growth

Walk for Kids’ Growth was one of my favorite events this year. It was on Saturday, April 6th and the weather was extremely nice. The confirmation email sent a couple days ahead said that the location was Flushing Meadows Park, in front of the Fountain of Planets. I do...

Stonybrook University Children’s Hospital Event

One of the best parts of being a Lieutenant Governor is having the opportunity to attend events that bring members of Key Club, Circle K, and Kiwanis together. On June 18th, Suffolk East and West Kiwanis and the Kiwanis Pediatric Trauma Center hosted an event at...

Thirst project💦

Thirst Project is a nonprofit organization that works with the support of young people to END the global water crisis by building freshwater wells in developing communities that need safe, clean drinking water. Why Water? Health and Sanitation: Waterborne diseases are responsible for more easily preventable young deaths a year than HIV, Malaria, and all world violence combined. Small children typically do not have strong enough immune systems to fight diseases like cholera, dysentery, or schistosomiasis.

Location: Los Angeles, California, U.S

Phone: (978) 422-5299

Alex's Lemonade🍋

Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation (ALSF) shares the vision of our founder and creator, Alexandra Scott. To change the lives of children with cancer through funding impactful research, raising awareness, supporting families, and empowering everyone to help cure childhood cancer.

Location: Wynnewood, PA, USA

Phone: (610)649-3034

Goals

NYDKC Service Goals for 2021-2022📍

Fundraising Goal:

150,000

Our Goals:

This service year, Key Clubbers across the New York District will be fundraising to support our endorsed projects. These projects seek to better our community and New York District Key Club has set a goal to fundraise for at least 150,000 as an initiative.

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Amount Raised

Service Hour Goal:

100,000

Our Goals:

This service year, Key Clubbers across the New York District will be volunteering to support our endorsed projects. These projects seek to better our community and New York District Key Club has set a goal to volunteer for at least 100,000 as an initiative. 

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Hours Earned

A Word

From Our Governor

To our members,

Thank you for all your dedication for New York District Key Club, Your dedication to serving your home, school and communities, truly shows your passion for our Key Club community.  Keep on following the core values of Key Club International, leadership, character building, caring, and inclusiveness. Keep on inspiring others around you with the great things you’ll do! Let’s make NYDKC as amazing as it can be!”

– Chloe Baker

Calendar

UPCOMING EVENTS

Nov 20th

District Fall Conference 2021

DFC is coming to you virtually! With guest speakers from Thirst Project and Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, and variety of workshops where key clubbers can learn and have fun!

Registration deadline: November 12th at 11:59 pm

March 25th-27th

Leadership Training Conference 2022

Get ready for a trip to Albany to attend the Annual Leadership Training Conference to celebrate the ending of a fantastic service year. Held at Desmond Hotel, the clubs and members will receive awards and attend many workshops.

Registration link: Coming Soon

 

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Get In Touch

Email: governor@nydkc.org

Hours Available: M-F: 8am – 7pm