The I-I District has an outreach program to allow Kiwanis Clubs and Individuals to provide monetary support for the Circle K, Key Club, Key Leader and Aktion Club district leaders. These funds help our SLP District Officers, Lt. Governors and Chairs in several ways:
The Key Club and Circle K District Officers and Administrators will provide each club who contributes to the respective outreach programs with a personalized thank you letter and a banner patch in recognition of the club's support. The Key Leader and Aktion Club Administrators will provide each club who contributes to the respective outreach program with a personalized thank you letter in recognition of the club's support.
For Kiwanis Clubs who do not sponsor a Service Leadership Club locally, a $100 contribution to EACH the Key Club and Circle K I-I District Outreach Programs will result in the service category of "sponsoring a SLP Club" toward the Distinguished Kiwanis Club award.
The I-I District Outreach Programs are specific to our District. Contributions must be made directly to the District (not to a local SLP Club) and must be sent to the I-I District Office, NOT to Kiwanis International. Because Circle K, Key Club, Key Leader and Aktion Club are all separate legal entities with their own budgets and bank accounts, we ask that separate checks be mailed to the district office for contributions to each of these organizations.
Checks should be made payable as listed below:
|Outreach Designation for:||Check Made Payable:||Memo Line to Read:|
|Circle K||I-I District||Circle K Outreach|
|Key Club||I-I District||Key Club Outreach|
|Key Leader||I-I District||Key Leader Outreach|
|Aktion Club||I-I District||Aktion Club Outreach|
and mailed to the I-I District Office where all of the banking and bookkeeping is maintained for the SLP District organizations.
I-I District of Kiwanis Intl.
2416 E. Washington Street, Suite B-2
Bloomington, IL 61704-4893
THANKS SO MUCH FOR YOUR SUPPORT OF OUR SPONSORED LEADERSHIP DISTRICT LEADERS! They devote an tremendous amount of time and energy in their service to the District and they do a great job leading their student-lead organizations.