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Time to renew!

The new Kiwanis year has begun! Every year starting October 1, Kiwanis clubs that sponsor a Service Leadership Club like K-Kids can renew it as active until next year. 

To view the invoice, Kiwanis club secretaries need to log in to their Secretary dashboard and click the Finances tab. If a K-Kids club is not showing, or if a Kiwanis club secretary has any problems during the renewal process, contact the Kiwanis International member services team at 1-800-549-2647, ext. 411. Or email memberservices@kiwanis.org.

If a K-Kids is no longer active or do not planning on continuing in the future, email memberservices@kiwanis.org at your earliest convenience. For more information about the renewal process, visit the renewal center at kkids.org/renewal.

Sponsorship is a two-way street

Students get a lot of important benefits from being in K-Kids. So do advisors and other Kiwanis club members. Take a look at some of the ways your sponsorship becomes a true partnership for members of clubs.
  • Joy. There is no happiness like the kind you feel when you help others reach their full potential.
  • Energy and enthusiasm. Ever been around purpose-driven kids? Their energy and enthusiasm are not only boundless, but contagious.
  • Renewed commitment. When you see the difference you’re making in your community, it will reaffirm your own passion for service.
  • Greater impact. One person or club can only do so much. By supporting others, you can expand the good you do in your community.
  • Mentorship. Members and advisors in our Service Leadership Programs help build the next generation of community leaders. 
  • Better health. People who volunteer experience higher levels of happiness, satisfaction and self-esteem, and lower levels of depression.
  • New friends. You’ll make fresh connections with faculty, staff members and other service-minded individuals. 
  • Inclusivity. Many generations and demographics unite to serve and learn from each other.
  • A lasting legacy. When clubs partner together, their service changes lives for the better—in ways that last. 
  • Hope for the future. Spending even a few minutes around service-minded people—of any age— gives you hope for a better world. You will believe in them, and they will make you proud.
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