Resources for clubs

Articles


What they say: Kiwanis leaders discuss the sixth Object
September 2013 Kiwanis magazine
Both concepts—patriotism and justice—are found in the sixth Object. Kiwanis leaders describe a service project that reveals these concepts.

On the road to its destiny
August 2013 Kiwanis magazine
Kiwanis is on the road to fulfilling its destiny as the world’s leading service organization.

Building clubs, communities
June/July 2013 Kiwanis magazine
Kiwanis clubs are at the heart of our infrastructure.

Higher standards; true values
April/May 2013 Kiwanis magazine
Accountability, responsibility, transparency: These are Kiwanis values.

The bacon and eggs theory
March 2013 Kiwanis magazine
The fourth Object drives Kiwanis to be an “activist” organization.

Playing by the rules
January/February 2013 Kiwanis magazine
Play by the rules. It’s a hard road to travel, but you’ll stay around a lot longer with integrity intact.

Object lesson: gifts of the heart
December 2012 Kiwanis magazine
Shining light on the first Object with gifts and gratitude.

Funny name; serious vision
October/November 2012 Kiwanis magazine
Our six permanent Objects were adopted in 1924 and have remained unchanged ever since. They are the enduring principles that unite nearly 600,000 Kiwanis-family members in 80 nations around the world.


Videos


"Changing the world via Kiwanis Object #1"
December 2013
Video message from Kiwanis International President Gunter Gasser

"The sixth Object of Kiwanis and The Eliminate Project"
August 2013
Video message from Kiwanis International President Tom DeJulio

"Our children, their future"
May 2013
Video message from Kiwanis International President Tom DeJulio

"Active engagement in service"
April 2013
Video message from Kiwanis International President Tom DeJulio

Living the Golden Rule
March 2013
Video message from Kiwanis International President Tom DeJulio

Be inspired by the six Objects of Kiwanis
December 2012
Video message from Kiwanis International President Tom DeJulio and First Lady Rosemary DeJulio

If not now, when? If not us, who?
October 2012 
Video message from Kiwanis International President Tom DeJulio


Posters


Honor the Kiwanis Objects in your club and community. Download and display these posters at your club meetings and events. Present volunteers with a framed poster as a token of appreciation for service. Each poster comes in two sizes. The smaller 8.5”x11” poster can easily be printed on most home printers. The larger 11”x17” poster can be printed on a larger, industry-sized printer at your local print shop or copy center.

Kiwanis Object 1
Object 1
Kiwanis Object 2
Object 2
Kiwanis Object 3
Object 3 

Kiwanis Object 4
Object 4

Kiwanis Object 5
Object 5 

Kiwanis Object 6
Object 6