The K-Family is divided into six organizations, with the Kiwanis club being the parent-figure of them all. The Aktion club fosters leadership opportunities through service for adults with disabilities. In K-kids, primary school students are empowered through volunteer activities. Builders clubs consist of middle and junior high students, who gain confidence and life skills through community service. In high schools, Key Clubs organize activities and inspire students to grow as leaders and civil servants. Finally, Circle K International serves as the largest collegiate student-led community service club across the US.
WSU CKI loves working with our K-family in Pullman! From attending other clubs’ meetings to participating in annual and individually organized events (including but not limited to the Pullman Easter Egg hunt and the Kiwanis pancake breakfast), our college members get to work alongside and befriend a full range of ages within our beloved community.