OUR MISSION

KIWIN’S, the 32nd District of Key Club International, is a student led community service club oriented around family, character building, leadership, and service. We aim to promote leadership development, to create better relations between our school faculty and Kiwanis members, and to create a more positive society through community service.

OUR CORE VALUES

Character Building

Leadership

Service

Family

La Quinta KIWIN’S, as one of the biggest KIWIN’S clubs in California, strives to be a family oriented club that betters the community through our service events. We fall under the Jet Division which is a larger branch of our family. In addition, under that division, we are also a part of the KIWIN'S district, or the 32nd district in Key Club International.

OUR MOTTO

ONE FAMILY. ONE MISSION. ONE WORD: KIWIN'S.

OUR CLUB GOALS

Promote leadership development

Cooperate with school administrators, faculty members, and Kiwanis advisors

Champion the role of service within our community and world

Exhibit a postive, active role in society

Encourage the growth development of our peers and clubs

Form meaningful and lasting relationships

Nuture relationships and bonds within the Kiwanis Family

Emphasize consistent communication throughout all levels of the Kiwanis Family

WE PROMOTE THESE IDEALS OF KEY CLUB INTERNATIONAL

Give primacy to the human and spiritual, rather than to the material values of life

Encourage the daily living of the Golden Rule in all human relationships

Promote the adoption and application of higher standards in scholarships, sportsmanship, and social contacts

Develop, by percept and example, a more interesting, aggressive, and serviceable citizenship

Provide practical means to form enduring friendships, to render unselfish service, and to build better communities

Cooperate in creating and maintaining public opinion and high idealism which make possible the increase of righteousness, justice, patriotism, and good will

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