Sponsor or co-sponsor a club

Make a positive change in your community by supporting Builders Club.

The Builders Club sponsorship package is a year-round partnership. It’s ideal for companies seeking a specific demographic audience. As our Service Leadership Program for middle school students, Builders Club presents a great opportunity. Co-Sponsors align themselves with a youthful and inspired demographic, and they receive:

  • High-level, year-round recognition.
  • The opportunity to build awareness and relevance.
  • Access to the Builders Club audience.


Kiwanis Key Clubs (high school students) and Circle K Clubs (university/college students) can co-sponsor a Builders Club with the help of a Kiwanis club (adults). Co-sponsoring clubs are responsible for meeting the same expectations established for the sponsoring Kiwanis club.

Builders Club is very similar to Key Club and Circle K with a few exceptions. Builders Club has younger members, middle school students, who learn about service to school and community. Builders Club’s structure is also different as there is no district or international structure. Builders Clubs exist as independent clubs and can be based at school or at a community center.

Here are suggestions of things Key Club and Circle K co-sponsors can do to make the Builders Club experience a positive one for the middle school students involved.

  • Train club officers.
  • Assist members with service projects.
  • Help Builders Club members lead bully prevention efforts.
  • Invite members to Key Club service projects.
  • Organize a Kiwanis One Day project and include Builders Club members.
  • Organize a Builders Club conference for the clubs in your area.
  • Lead club members through specific activities – IDEA Toolkit.
  • Lead Leadership Training using Virtual Key Leader materials.
  • Lead meetings using Builders Club Virtual Meeting Kits.