Strong Kiwanis clubs with many involved, dedicated members mean more children in your community, your state, your country, and the world can benefit. Just as importantly, larger clubs have the opportunity to inspire more neighbors, friends, and strangers who see Kiwanians selflessly working to make a difference. Here are some tips for keeping your club healthy and growing.
Stay and serve.
Always have a group of members at every club service project or event from beginning to end. That way, the club always has a presence and someone who can “talk up” Kiwanis.
Throw a party.
Send out personal invitations for a Special Guest Day, then follow up with phone calls and e-mails. Why not invite special guests to your club several times each year?
Consider changing your meeting times and frequency. Some clubs meet only every other week. Some meet online.
Participate in every community activity and event you can. It’s great publicity. Learn more about how public relations
can help you grow.
Learn from the best.
Visit other clubs to get ideas. Get involved at the division, district, and international levels. Find a club now
. Connect online.
Learn more from other Kiwanis members on Kiwanis blogs
Read your magazine.
Read your magazine. KIWANIS magazine
regularly features articles on growth. Check it out