Kiwanis International European Federation

Serving the children of the World.


Dues and fees for all KI-EF clubs in 2017-18

Members of local Kiwanis clubs pay annual membership dues to their club. The dues paid by the member generally go to support their Kiwanis club, the Kiwanis district, the Kiwanis International-European Federation (KI-EF) and Kiwanis International.

Kiwanis International annual member dues are set at USD 52 for Tier A, USD 34 for Tier B, USD 23 for Tier C clubs. With the exchange rate of 30th September 2017 this means:

  • EUR 44,03 for Tier A
  • EUR 28,79 for Tier B
  • EUR 19,48 for Tier C

The total amount a member pays in dues entirely depends on his or her club, district and KI-EF. KI-EF sets European dues according to its budgetary needs, as does each district and each club. For 2017-2018, KI-EF’s fees are:

  • EUR 8,35 for Tier A
  • EUR 5,80 for Tier B
  • EUR 4,00 for Tier C

Tier A: Austria, Baltic States, Belgium-Luxembourg, Czech Republic & Slovakia, France-Monaco, Germany, Hungary, Iceland-Faroes, Italy-San Marino, Poland, Portugal, Netherlands, Norden, Spain, Switzerland-Liechtenstein, United Kingdom

Tier B: Romania, Turkey

Tier C: Albania, Ukraine

Please don’t hesitate to contact the European Member Support Center at +32 9 216 77 77 or  email at if you have questions.



Grants from Kiwanis International-European Federation

European Kiwanis Districts can apply for grants from KI-EF under certain conditions. European Kiwanis Nations should contact their sponsoring district on this subject. In order to facilitate submission, a series of documents are available:


Grants from Kiwanis Children’s Fund

European Districts and clubs can submit application for grants. Explanations on how to successfully prepare a submission can be found under the following links:



  • Expense sheet for reimbursement of travel expenses as from 1st of October 2017


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