Celebrate Builders Club Week March 18-22, 2024!

Learn what we shared during the Global Kickoff 2023!

Thank you for joining Kiwanis International and K-Kids clubs and Builders Clubs around the world for our virtual Global Kickoff 2023 on Saturday, September 30.Watch the Global Kickoff 2023 videos and learn useful and interesting information from each event segment to help your club’s work this year.  

Welcome with Kiwanis International President Katrina Baranko and K-Kids and Builders Club program updates with Michelle Study-Campbell, Kiwanis Youth Programs Executive Director.

Welcome and Update

Welcome and Update

Learn about the Global Service Porject 2023: The BIG Book Drive with Michele Schilten, Service Leadership Programs Director.

Book Drive photo

Support Kiwanis International’s literacy work by doing this year’s Global Service Project – a BIG Book Drive this year Check out the 7 easy steps in the video above and download the instruction sheet! Make sure to identify an organization or place in your community that will really benefit from the books, like Little Free Library, homeless shelters, community centers, schools, and assisted living facilities. Have fun sharing the love of reading in your community! 

Before May Button (Share your book drive results!1st, let us know how many books your club gathered and share some photos with us through the Book Drive Results button

 

 

Pick a Variety of Causes When Deciding on Service Projects with Luana Nissan, Service Leadership Programs Manager.

Service Projects and Causes

Key Club International’s vice president Maria Eileen Wheeler invites Builders Club to fundraise for the Start Strong:Zambia Project during Trick or Treat for UNICEF.

Key Club International invites Builders Clubs to fundraise for a meaningful cause during October and throughout the year. UNICEF’s Start Strong: Zambia project ensures children in Zambia get the best possible start in life by providing access to proper nutrition, education and healthcare.Around Halloween, host a trunk or treat and take donations, or dress up and go door to door — but instead of asking for candy, ask for change. Find a canister wrapper, graphics and more information on the Start Strong: Zambia resources page.