Single purpose clubs - Literacy clubs

Title of the tool SINGLE PURPOSE CLUBS – LITERACY CLUBS Short description A literacy club is a Kiwanis club that focuses on raising the literacy levels of children. There are many ways to accomplish that purpose. Some of those methods will be discussed here, but the possibilities are limited only by the imagination of Kiwanians like you. Some of the projects that raise literacy are reading to children, providing books directly or indirectly to schools or children, tutoring children and providing useful subject lessons to teachers. Language of the tool English Aim(s) This......

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Single purpose clubs - LGBTQ+ clubs

Title of the tool SINGLE PURPOSE CLUBS – LGBTQ+ CLUBS Short description An LGBTQ+ focused club is a Kiwanis club that focuses on raising awareness and providing support to youth who identify as LGBTQ+ who are facing homelessness, bullying, thoughts of suicide or mental health issues, isolation from their families, and physical, sexual and drug abuse. The club is for individuals that identify along the LGBTQ+ spectrum and for allies, family, friends, and supporters of LGBTQ+ youth. Language of the tool English Aim(s) This tool serves as an inspiration for exsiting and/ or......

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Single purpose clubs - Area virtual club

Title of the tool SINGLE PURPOSE CLUBS – AREA VIRTUAL CLUBS Short description An area virtual club is a Kiwanis Club that is available for all persons interested in Kiwanis who are unable or unwilling to join a club that meets in person, whether because of life circumstances, distance from another club or difficulties getting around congested roads. Some types of areas are suggested here, but the possibilities are limited only by the imagination of Kiwanians like you.  Language of the tool English Aim(s) This tool serves as an inspiration for exsisting and......

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ENGAGE EXISTING MEMBERS

Title of the tool ENGAGE EXISTING MEMBERS Short description The key to keeping members engaged is making them feel valued and appreciated. Clarify expectations from members. Assess your club experience by asking feedback from your members. Language of the tool English Aim(s) It provides clubs with ideas on how to keep members engaged whether they do service for a longer time or they have just joined Kiwanis. Target group ☑ All Kiwanis Members ☑ Kiwanis Club Leadership ☑ Young Kiwanians (Youth professionals & others) Category of the tool ☑ Membership, Growth, Engagement Tool......

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Rumor versus reality

Title of the tool RUMOR VERSUS REALITY Short description This is a discussion method to talk about some misunderstandings that exist in Kiwanis about club life, for example that clubs always need to gather together at the same time and date, and that this can be never changed. Language of the tool English  Aim(s) To clear out some misunderstandings about Kiwanis, its traditions, and what is possible and not in Kiwanis. Target group ☑ All Kiwanis Members ☑ Kiwanis Club Leadership ☑ Kiwanis District/Nation Leadership ☑ Kiwanis Division Leadership ☑ Kiwanis Europe Leadership......

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Powerpoint templates

Title of the tool UPDATED POWERPOINT TEMPLATES Short description If you need to give a presentation, here you can find the latest version of the official Powerpoint templates according the Corporate standards of Kiwanis International. Language of the tool EnglishDeutsch FrançaisItalianoNederlands Aim(s) To have conformity in the presentations. Description Table of content Blue Kiwanis PPT Template dd October 2019 Denim Kiwanis PPT Template dd October 2019 Grey Kiwanis PPT Template dd October 2019 Tan Kiwanis PPT Template dd October 2019 Target group ☑ All Kiwanis Members ☑ Kiwanis Club Leadership ☑ Kiwanis District/Nation Leadership......

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Being interviewed by a journalist

Title of the tool BEING INTERVIEWED BY A JOURNALIST Short description Do’s and don’ts in media interviews Language of the tool English  Aim(s) Provide tips and tools to convey the right and appropriate Kiwanis message when being interviewed by a journalist. Description Preparation for the interview: key messages, background research, understanding media constraints. Where, who, what and how will the interview take place. Do’s and don’ts. Target group ☑ All Kiwanis Members ☑ Kiwanis Club Leadership ☑ Kiwanis District/Nation Leadership ☑ Kiwanis Division Leadership ☑ Kiwanis Europe Leadership ☑ Media (Journalists and others)......

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Welcoming Satellite Members

Title of the tool WELCOMING SATELLITE MEMBERS Short description There are many people who share your members’ desire to change children’s lives and improve the community. But for some of them, making it to regular meetings can be an obstacle to joining. Why let that prevent your club from strengthening its service? Consider the option of satellite membership. Language of the tool English Aim(s) This tool encourages members to think out of the box and change traditions if that suites their needs better. The flexible nature of satellite clubs/ membership gives an opportunity......

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Tips & Tools to tell the Kiwanis story

Title of the tool TIPS & TOOLS TO TELL THE KIWANIS STORY Short description The essentials for crafting your communication, from messaging to social media and event staging. Language of the tool EnglishDeutsch FrançaisItaliano  Aim(s) Provide tools to develop a consistent and continued communication about Kiwanis. Description Basic communication practices to serve as guiding principles when sharing information about Kiwanis: Branding, key messages, social media, visual identity, traditional media, photography… Target group ☑ All Kiwanis Members ☑ Kiwanis Club Leadership ☑ Kiwanis District/Nation Leadership ☑ Kiwanis Division Leadership ☑ Kiwanis Europe Leadership ☑ Young......

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3-2-1 Club

Title of the tool 3-2-1 CLUB Short description There are many people who share your members’ desire to change children’s lives and improve the community. But some of them have a desire to meet less and do more. Consider the option of 3-2-1 club membership! A 3-2-1 club represents three hours of service, two hours of social activity, and a one hour meeting each month. Language of the tool English  Aim(s) To help current members fulfilling their desire to meet less and do more. This tool is also aimed to recruit new members......

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