Key Club

Key Club International, the oldest and largest service leadership organization for teens, teaches leadership through service to others. Key Club’s 250,000 members build themselves as they build their schools and communities. Key Club’s 5,000 clubs thrive in 30 nations in North America, the Caribbean, Central and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia.

 

 

Service and Fundraising
By performing more than 12 million service hours each year, Key Club members make a difference in their communities and the world by organizing a variety of service projects and fundraisers such as food drives and raising money for cancer research.

Key Club International encourages volunteering and fundraising for March of Dimes, UNICEF and the Children’s Miracle Network. Key Club members raise about $100,000 for March of Dimes and $750,000 for UNICEF through Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF each year.

Currently, Key Club is working to raise $1.5 million for UNICEF’s Operation Uruguay: Protecting the Rights of Children.Key Clubs are the community service clubs in high schools.

The Kiwanis Club of Lynchburg sponsors and advises High School Key Clubs at Appomattox, Brookville, E. C. Glass, Holy Cross, Jefferson Forest, and Liberty high schools.

The following individuals are advisors in their respective schools:

Appomattox County High School – Alison Paulette

Brookville High School – Shannon Llewellyn

E. C. Glass High School – Michelle Gabathuler

Holy Cross Regional School – Pamela St. Angelo

Jefferson Forest High School – Krista Wilson, Jennifer Ferris, and Heather Hevener

Liberty High School – Debi Reeves and Sheryl Mulkerns