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Building a Web site

 

Make your club visible

A great way to share information about the amazing community service your club is conducting is to create a website where you can promote everything the club is doing.  You’ll increase your visibility within the school and community. 
Here are some ideas to help you create your own K-Kids club website.

Hosting a site

Attach your K-Kids website as a subdirectory to their school's Web site. Contact your schools administration or technical support staff for this option.

Look into community websites, which offer free or reduced-rate space to nonprofit or service groups.

Explore free hosts that do not charge for hosting a club's Web site. Most attach advertisements to the clubs website in return for this service. (tripod.net, angelfire.com or shutterfly.com)

Pay a monthly fee to a local Internet provider to host your site.

Here's an example of a Builders Club website created on Shutterfly: FJH CSC Builders Club    

Design a Web site

Follow the guidelines established by the Kiwanis International Board.

Look at other club Web sites to see how they have done it.

Consider the sites purpose and how frequently it will be maintained. Regularly updated sites give users reasons to return.

Kiwanis club and district web tools

Kids safe websites

Internet safety pledge

Submit your address

Once your club site is complete and live on the Web, e-mail your clubs Web address to kiwaniskids@kiwaniskids.org.