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Selecting high-impact service projects

The best way to help young people develop into lifelong servant leaders is to give them personal experience in high-impact service. High-impact service occurs when members are fully invested in the project, the experience positively affects both members and beneficiaries, and the results last beyond the present.

To develop the best service project for your school and community, use the Service Toolkit. Written specifically for club members and officers, the toolkit guides members through planning and executing a service project of their choosing – from beginning to end.

Each step includes instructions, handouts and tools for club officers and members. Club advisors should read and review the toolkit with officers – and then act as a resource along the way.

Service Toolkit

Additional Service Project Resources

Virtual Meeting Kits

Your club can continue conducting amazing community service projects while meeting virtually. Check out these helpful tools.

Virtual Key Leader

Help Builders Club members strengthen their leadership skills by participating in online leadership training through Virtual Key Leader.

Kiwanis One Day

Unite with other Kiwanis Family members for a day of community service. Kiwanis offers awesome service project ideas.

Builders Club Week

Participate in Builders Club Week which occurs annually during the third full week of March.