At Kiwanis, we have a lot to celebrate. Once again, all Kiwanis-family clubs for young people and adults with disabilities set membership records during the 2011–2012 administrative year. That includes Circle K for university students, Key Club for teens, Builders Club for tweens, K-Kids for elementary-school students and Aktion Club for adults with disabilities.
Key Club increased its membership by 5,000 students, climbing to more than 267,000 members. Adding in Builders Club and K-Kids, nearly 350,000 Kiwanis International members are school-age youth.
Find out more about Kiwanis programs for youth and adults with disabilities, or learn how you can be a part of the movement by chartering a club.