NEW YORK DISTRICT
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 200,000 in 38 countries. NYDKC currently stands at more than 11,000 members!💙🔑
CLUB & DISTRICT UPDATES
Check out your new District Governor, Secretary, Treasurer, Webmaster, Editor, and Executive Assistants! The 2022-2023 service year is in great hands.
Pencils of Promise🤞
Pencils of Promise has the mission to ensure that every child has access to quality education. This organization builds classrooms in Ghana, Guatemala, and Laos to give students safe and healthy places to learn. Pencils of Promise also provides teachers with training and innovative resources, and it provides children with access to clean water, private bathrooms, and good hygiene practices.
This charity turns shoes and clothing into opportunity. It provides relief by collecting new shoes and clothing to distribute to people in need across the United States and around the world, helps people launch and sustain their own small businesses selling shoes and clothing, and of course, the efforts of Soles4Souls protect the environment by putting used goods to good use. Additionally, this charity is shipping footwear to give to Ukrainian refugees in Poland and Moldova and to those on the frontline.
Location: Nashville, Tennessee
Phone: (615) 391-5723
NYDKC Service Goals for 2022-2023📍
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 $185,000 as an initiative.
Service Hour Goal:
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 175,000 as an initiative.
From Our Governor
“New York District, it is so amazing to see you all put your passions for helping your communities to effect through service. With every fundraiser, donation drive, and volunteering event we participate in, we are making a difference in other people’s lives. Continue to care for, give to, serve, and inspire others with your drive.“
– Gabriella Slootsky
March 31st to April 2nd
Leadership Training Conference (LTC)
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!
Join us in person July 5-9 to make new friends from around the globe and learn how to increase your impact in your school and community.
All Key Club members and advisors are welcome to attend, as well as chaperones over the age of 21 who have completed our Youth Protection training and undergone an approved background check.
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Hours Available: M-F: 8 AM – 7PM