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Ship shape

Ship shape

March 29, 2017

Pearl harbor Kiwanians and Key Clubbers maintain a piece of history.

Best foot forward

Best foot forward

March 21, 2017

A Florida club fits hundreds of children with new shoes and socks.

Double duty

Double duty

March 14, 2017

Three Key Clubbers offer an inside look at college life through dual enrollment.

Brain food

Brain food

March 8, 2017

What can YouTube teach us?

Warm hearts

Warm hearts

February 27, 2017

Plenty of service projects help hospitalized children, but tweens and teens need a boost too. A former Key Clubber in New York enlists current members to customize a simple comfort.

A purposeful life

A purposeful life

February 21, 2017

Ruby Bridges is filled with hope and strength. It’s appropriate, after all, for a woman who changed the course of history by walking up the steps to attend her first day of school.

Sharing cultures

Sharing cultures

February 14, 2017

Maryland Key Club members reach out to Guatemalan refugees.

7 Reasons Why You—Yes, You!—Should Learn to Code

7 Reasons Why You—Yes, You!—Should Learn to Code

February 7, 2017

A once computer-wary college student explains why this is a must-have skill.

Coding for a Cause

Coding for a Cause

January 30, 2017

A passion for making computer science more accessible earns a New York Key Club member honors from the White House.

Why Key Club?

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“I completely, absolutely believe that Key Club informs where I am today and everything I’ve done since. It helped me understand that I could actually do things that made a difference to a few people, a bunch of people, even a community.”
Yazmany Arboleda

Jennifer Aguilar SQ

“Key Club does an amazing job creating unique journeys for everyone. I know Key Club has something in store for me, because my journey is not over.”
Jeniffer Aguilar

Harold Ekah Square

“I want to be able to say I made a difference in my community and made a difference in my world, and that’s what Key Club really inspired me to do. If you see something wrong in your community, you have the power to change that.”
Harold Ekeh