FEE COLLECTION (DUES)    

International Club Fee

  • Each club from a Four Year School with over 5,000 students will pay an annual Club Fee of US$600.
  • Each club from a Two Year School or a Four Year School with under 5,000 students will pay an annual Club Fee of US$450

District Dues

  • In addition to the annual Club Fee, each club is responsible for pay $6 per member in District Dues.  These are often collected individually from each member.
  • Clubs may also opt to add additional per member Club Dues.
  • Each club will send their Club Fee and District Dues to the Circle K International Office to be processed.

Submitting Dues

  • Each club’s Treasurer or Secretary should have a username and password set up for the Membership Update Center.
  • After logging into the Membership Update Center on circlek.org, follow the instructions and generate an invoice, including both the International Club Fee and all District Dues.
  • Mail check or money order to the address shown, including a copy of the invoice, or use a credit card or Paypal to pay online.
  • Do not mail a copy of the roster with the payment to CKI.
  • Do not send District Dues to the District Financial Counselor!  All fees and dues go to International, and then they send the dues back to us.

       Dues are payable October 1 and are not to be postmarked after November 30.

 

SERVICE HOUR REPORTING

Service Hours – the number of hours of service performed among all CKI members attending a project, including transit time and planning time.

Interclub – a meeting or event organized by two or more CKI clubs, including CKI clubs-in-formation, in which at least two members from each CKI club attend

Kiwanis Family Relation – a meeting or event organized by at least one CKI club and at least one other level of the Kiwanis Family, including clubs-in-formation, in which at least two members from each club attend. The other levels of the Kiwanis Family are Kiwanis-Kids, Builder's Club, Key Club International, Key Leader, Kiwanis Junior, Kiwanis International, Aktion Club, Young Professionals, and Golden K.

If there are two or more CKI clubs present at a Kiwanis Family Relation event or meeting with at least two members from each CKI club, it shall count as one interclub and one Kiwanis Family Relation.

 

The Tomorrow Fund

The Tomorrow Fund is an endowed fund for Circle K International held within the Kiwanis International Foundation. This fund, utilizing the interest earned, helps CKI clubs and districts serve the world through grants for service opportunities. The fund is established through a portion of CKI member dues, direct donations, the donation of Carthage-Pullman Society memberships and the donation of Sapphire Circle honoraries.

Tomorrow Fund grants can help you take action. How? Identify projects your club would like to tackle on your campus or in your community. Then, apply for grant funds to support those service projects.

Clubs may request funding assistance from US$200 to US$2,000. The committee typically funds those clubs asking for a portion of the total cost of the project, and clubs that are working with other organizations to fund and complete the project.

Some examples of what Tomorrow Fund grants might support include:

  • Based on a need to develop better reading skills among at-risk kindergarten students, a CKI club might make chair covers with pockets in them for books. Each kindergarten student has a book read to them by the CKI member, and the books and chair covers are donated to the classroom.
  • A Circle K club could purchase the book “Love You Forever” for first grade students and the first graders could then take the books to an area nursing home and read the books to residents there. If the children do not have grandparents, the program could allow them to adopt a grandparent for the day. The Circle K club helps with teaching the children to read the book and helps with the interaction at the nursing home.

A grant awarded to a Circle K club or district may be distributed in one of three ways:

  • The club or district may choose to have the money given directly to their school/district/Kiwanis Club Foundation/District Foundation,
  • The grant shall be reimbursed to the club or district upon presentation of receipts, invoices, or other documentation of expenditures, or
  • The grant shall be paid to any designated vendor, as directed and approved by the club or district.

Tomorrow Fund applications must be received to the Kiwanis International Office by December 1. Applications must be submitted to the Youth Funds Specialist at Kiwanis International, 3636 Woodview Trace, Indianapolis, IN 46268; or via fax at 1-317-879-0204