The 2021-22 Kiwanis year is quickly approaching, and Kiwanis is ready to welcome back all Kiwanis family clubs that were unable to meet last year due to the pandemic. Aktion Club district administrators are invited to join Kiwanis staff for a welcome back to Kiwanis ‘Homecoming’ webinar and learn strategies to re-engaging clubs lost in recent years due to Covid-19 and other reasons.
The “Homecoming Campaign” offers easy to access tools administrators can use to contact and welcome clubs back to a year of amazing service.
Register in advance for one of the following webinars. After registering, you’ll receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. If you’re unable to attend, the recorded webinar will be posted on the administrator page of the Aktion Club website after the event.
Thank you so much for volunteering to be a leader for our Aktion Club members. As leaders in Aktion Club, you will need to have resources at your finger tips. In this section you will find helpful reports, guides, calendars and documents.
Service Leadership Club Reports are useful tools to keep track of club membership, club status (active, inactive, etc.) and new club charters. Reports are updated every Wednesday afternoon.
The Aktion Club Member Handbook is useful for members to guide them throughout the Aktion Club year.
Contests and Awards (Coming soon.)
Club Building & Member Recruitment
Use this fillable member recruitment flier to share club meeting information with prospective club members.
Membership recruitment flier
Current Event Information
Membership Update Center (Yearly Renewal)
The Membership Update Center is where you can can update your club information, roster, and print your dues invoice. Member dues should be received by November 1 to receive the Early Bird Patch.
In addition, monthly reports should be completed on the Membership Update Center beginning October 1. This monthly report will replace the quarterly reports that clubs have completed in the past. It will allow clubs to track club activities, service hours, fundraisers, and other important information in an easy format. Either the Kiwanis advisor or the facility advisor can complete their club’s monthly report. Each district administrator will also have access to the completed reports of the clubs in their district.
District Administrator Reimbursement Requests
District administrators earn $100 in reimbursement funds for each new club chartered in the current administrative year. Reimbursement requests must be submitted by September 30 of the current year and include receipts of expenses associated with Aktion Club. This may include mileage, hotel expenses, airfare, etc.that was incurred while performing Aktion Club business. Review this report to see the number of newly chartered clubs and calculate funds available to apply toward reimbursement. Use this form to submit expenses for reimbursement.
The E-newsletter is a monthly publication written for Aktion Club advisors. Sign up to receive this E-newsletter if you are not currently on the distribution list.
The, “What is Aktion Club?” video is available for your use in spreading the news about Aktion Club.
The Aktion Club Powerpoint Template is available to create Aktion Club presentations.
Review other Aktion Club Marketing resources.
Tools to conduct virtual meetings
Virtual resources to help clubs thrive
Kiwanis Advisor Background Checks
The sponsoring Kiwanis club should appoint a Kiwanis advisor to the Aktion Club and ensure that this individual receives adequate orientation and training.
Kiwanis club advisors should become familiar with Youth Protection Guidelines and fulfill background check requirements. The Kiwanis advisor(s) must have a clear criminal history background check. Please review the Guidelines for working with Aktion Club members for details.
Recorded Administrator Training Webinars
October 7, 2020
Administrator training webinar – 5 p.m. EDT
Administrator training webinar – 8 p.m. EDT