Lansdale
Serving the Children of the World
The Kiwanis Club of Lansdale sponsors six clubs. In addition to funding, our members invest their time and their hearts in ensuring that our Kiwanis family members have all the support that they need.
  • North Penn High School Key Club
  • Methacton High School Key Club 
  • Lansdale Aktion Club
  • D.E.C. Aktion Club of Center Point

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Key Club International is the oldest and largest service program for high school students. It is a student-led organization that teaches leadership through service to others. As members of the Kiwanis International family, Key Club members build themselves as they build their schools and communities.

  Just the facts

     - Key Club has approximately 250,000 members
     - There are approximately 5,000 clubs 
     - Key Club is represented in 30 countries  

   For more information about Key Clubs, please visit the Key Club International Website   (www.keyclub.org) or the Key Club Pennsylvania District (www.pakeyclub.org) Website.

North Penn High School Key Club

Meetings are usually alternating Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m. in the Audion with 355
members - and growing. Currently, it is the second largest key club in the
Pennsylvania District of Key Clubs (Division 19 Central).

Methacton High School Key Club
The Methacton High School Key Club meets on Mondays, 2:30 PM, Room 245.


Activities: UNICEF, reading to elementary school students, canned goods for food pantry in Norristown, candy favors for homeless shelter, gift wrapping at mall for MARC, holiday toy drive for B101, Santa letters to elementary students, March of Dimes, fundraising for international student, Martin Ganda, at Villa Nova University.
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Aktion Club is a community-service group for adult citizens who live with a disability. The mission of Aktion Club is:
  • To provide adults living with disabilities an opportunity to develop initiative and leadership skills.
  • To serve their community.
  • To be integrated into society.
  • To demonstrate the dignity and value of citizens living with disabilities.
Aktion Club members strive to return to their communities the benefits, help, and caring they have received, as well as develop important skills in the process.
 
Lansdale Aktion Club
Meetings are usually the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of every month. Meetings are at 7pm and are held at Christ United Methodist Church 1020 S. Valley Forge Rd. Lansdale, Pa.

D.E.C. Aktion Club of Center Point
(Developmental Enterprises Corporation)
Currently 20 members

D.E.C. Facility Director and Kiwanis Club of Lansdale Advisor: Deborah Hawk
Current President: Robert Gorman
Meeting place at Potshop and Trooper Roads, Worchester, PA 19440-0400. Meeting are on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month at 11:00 AM.
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Serving the North Penn Community
The Kiwanis Club of Lansdale proudly supports the following organizations:
  • Aktion Club of Lansdale
  • Bike Program (for the needy)
  • Bucks for Kids
  • Camp Rainbow
  • Child Home & Community (Teen Prenatal & Parenting Guidance)
  • Community Housing Picnic (Children of Single Parents)
  • D.E.C. Aktion Club
  • Easter Seals New Towamencin Facility
  • General Nash District Boy Scout and Girl Scout Troops
  • Head Start (Pre-School Children)
  • HOBY (Youth leadership conference)
  • Holiday Gifts for Needy Children
  • Kiwanis Bulgarian Orphanage
  • Lansdale Community Concerts
  • Lansdale Health Center
  • Lansdale Public Library
  • Manna on Main Street
  • Montgomery County Legal Aid
  • North Penn Area Scholarship Fund
  • North Penn Boys & Girls Club
  • North Penn Chaplaincy
  • North Penn High School Key Club
  • North Penn School District Education Foundation
  • North Penn Symphony for Student Education
  • North Penn Visiting Nurses Association
  • North Penn Y.M.C.A.
  • Pennsylvania Kiwanis Foundation
  • Special Olympics
  • S.T.A.R. (Socialization for Today's Adult Retarded)