Club Recognition Plan

 

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Club Recognition

Club Recognition

Club Recognition

Club Recognition

Club Recognition

Club Recognition

Club Recognition

Club Recognition

 

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ACHIEVEMENT QUALIFICATIONS:

 

Club must achieve at least 10 points in each of the four I-PLAN topic areas.

Club must be in good standing with Kiwanis International and its district

Club must be at least at charter strength in membership by September 30, 2017.

 

Criteria

Points

INSPIRATION –
  • Invite 4 prospects to attend a club meeting
3
  • Finish the year with a net increase in membership of 2
6
  • Appoint a Club Membership Chair
    • Ensure the Club Membership chair has completed the online membership committee education by October 30, 2016
2
  • Conduct a Membership Survey by December 31, 2016
    • Develop a plan to improve member engagement and increase retention by working with the Club Counsellor and LG
4
  • Participate in President and Secretary Club Leadership Education before taking office. Personal attendance is preferred but online CLE is acceptable
2
  • Have at least one member attend the District or International Convention
1
IMPACT –
  • Conduct a Community Analysis by September 2017
    • Establish a focus group, report to the club and create a plan for next year.
6
  • Identify or Create a Signature Project that involves at least 25% of your club membership
    • Evaluate the success of the project
2
  • Boast about the project on the District Website, Facebook etc.
2
  •  Contribute a minimum of 25 Kiwanis Service hours per member per year
4
  • Sponsor or Co-sponsor at least two Service leadership programs
    • (Aktion Club, K-Kids Club, Builders Club, Key Club, CKI, Terrific Kids, Bring Up Grades and Key Leader)
2
  • Engage a partner to extend the clubs service in the community
    • Support, through service or donation, another local organization focused on the needs of children
    • Join together with another organization to complete a Kiwanis Service project
2
IMAGE –
  • Begin using Kiwanis Approved logos on any new material
3
  • Appoint a Public Relations Chair
2
  • Ensure club activities are recognized in the community
5
  • Contribute Media release for club and signature project to the District Newsletter
2
  • Submit at least two media* releases in the year
4
  • Complete Youth Protection Guidelines Education as a club program in October 2016.
2
INVESTMENT –
  • Create and maintain a club plan (IPLAN) as an investment in the future and to help increase the effectiveness of its service to the community
6
  • Donate at least US$10, or equivalent in local currency, per member, to the Kiwanis Children’s Fund or through the Kiwanis Foundation of Canada
2
  • Donate a minimum of US$5, or equivalent in local currency, per member to your district/national foundation. (In the absence of a district foundation, make an equivalent donation to a local or regional children’s charity.)
2
  • Remit Club dues to Kiwanis International by December 31, 2016
4
  • Review of your Club previous year’s financial records completed according to Club Policy
2
  • Fundraise and contribute the equivalent of at least US$100, or equivalent in local currency, per member in the community.
2
* Media shall be considered as Radio, Television, Social media, Newspaper, Magazines, Community Bulletin Boards etc.

 

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