Get Ready to help children and families in your community?


Ready to change the world? Kiwanis is ready for you!


Reach out to a Kiwanis club in your community and let them know you’d like to join. Contact a club member or officer. Let them know you’d like to learn more about Kiwanis.


Try these tips for contacting a local Kiwanis club:


Find a club. Locate a Kiwanis club in your area. Choose up to three club locations near you to receive a personal guest invitation.


Visit a club. Ask about visiting a Kiwanis meeting—or offer to speak at a meeting. It’s an excellent way to learn about Kiwanis, make contacts and let Kiwanis members know more about you.


Phone home. If you need help getting in touch with a Kiwanis club, give Kiwanis International a call at +1-800-549-2647, ext. 411


Explore Kiwanis culture. Kiwanis clubs are volunteer-based. Traditionally, club meetings take place once a week and offer an atmosphere of fun, learning and fellowship. Kiwanis members typically volunteer each month to assist with club service projects. In a typical year, Kiwanis clubs worldwide organize more than 150,000 service projects—both locally and globally—and Kiwanis members dedicate more than 12 million hours of service.Get involved. New members bring fresh energy and ideas to Kiwanis clubs. We invite you to reach out, learn more and get involved.


Together, we can change the world, one child and one community at a time.

Kiwanis Has A Club For You!


Kiwanis International offers three clubs for adults:


  • Kiwanis

  • Aktion Club

  • Circle K International


Kiwanis clubs serve their communities by sponsoring 150,000 service projects each year.


Aktion Club is the only community service club for adults living with disabilities. It provides members opportunities to become integrated into their communities while developing initiative and leadership skills.


CKI is a university service organization with clubs on 500 campuses.


YouthKey Club, the oldest and largest service organization for teens, teaches leadership through service to others.


Builders Club for adolescents provides students with opportunities to develop leadership, improve self-esteem, increase civic engagement and learn life skills through service.


Kiwanis Kids for elementary students provides students with opportunities to work together on service projects, develop leadership potential and create strong moral character.


Looking for a Kiwanis club to join?


Look no further!