Achieving Club Excellence

Achieving Club Excellence

Survey your members. Analyze your club’s fundraising. Find new ideas for strengthening your club. Do them all using the Achieving Club Excellence tools.

These tools will help your club create opportunities in fundraising, service and fellowship—based on what your members love most. Interested in seeing what the tools tell you?

Download the complete toolkit and have a member lead your club through each of the tools to find out more.

Use one or all of the tools, depending on your club’s needs. Try this method when you plan to do just an annual club assessment or need ideas for improving one or two aspects of your club experience. Each tool includes exercises designed to create dialogue, gain perspective and lead you to ask insightful questions that will help your club remain relevant, impactful and strong.

Find the tools you need based on this list of common concerns.

Your club is unsure of its purpose in community. Creating the purpose
Developing community partnerships
Members of your club seem disinterested or dissatisfied. Measuring member satisfaction
Analyzing your impact
Celebrating success
Your club is losing members. Measuring member satisfaction
Hosting an open house
Your club wants to become more visible in the community.  Developing community partnerships
Rediscovering your community
Analyzing your impact
Your club’s signature service project is losing member interest.  Rediscovering your community
Measuring member satisfaction
Analyzing your impact
Your club’s annual fundraiser is netting less than it used to.  Analyzing your impact
Your club has ideas but needs direction or goals. Planning for excellence
Rediscovering your community
Club scorecard
Analyzing your impact
Your club needs ideas about how and how often to recognize individual and club accomplishments.  Celebrating success
Your club wants to increase its capacity to serve the community by adding more members.  Hosting an open house

Request support from a club coach.

A club coach is a leader in your division trained to provide support for Kiwanis clubs. He or she can visit your club and serve as a mentor in your quest for excellence. Requesting a visit takes only a minute.