Kiwanis International European Federation

Serving the children of the World.

Administration around Club opening

If there is a new club, KI-EF needs to receive several documents:

  1. The signed club bylaws, signed by new club officers. Two original copies sent to the KI office in Gent by normal post.
  2. The New Club Information Sheet, with all the information filled in, sent to us by email.
  3. The club roster, with all the member data files in, sent to us by email as an excel file.

On top of that do not forget that new club organisation fees need to be paid for KI and KI-EF. Please let us know when you need to do the payment so we can send you the correct bank account number and the amount to be paid.

The staff member in charge for helping you organize your club is Samyrra Bafdel  ad

You can find here the complete procedure that will guide you step by step in how to start organizing a new club up to the charter day.

Club name definition:
rule for the name of a new Kiwanis Club
New Club information sheet:
form with details of a new opend club
New-Club-Information-Sheet – ENG Neuer Club – Informationsblatt – GER  Fiche Informative Nouveau club – FRE  New-Club-Information-Sheet – IT New-club-Information-Sheet_NL
 Standard form of Club Bylaws 2012  Standard-Form-for-Club-Bylaws-2012-ENG Standard-Form-for-Club-Bylaws-2012-GER  Standard-Form-for-Club-Bylaws-2012-FR  Standard-Form-for-Club-Bylaws-2012-It  Standard-Form-for-Club-Bylaws-2012-NL
 Permanent Organization Roster:
Excel file with detailled infos about the new club and his members
 Permanent Organization Roster EXCEL – ENG Permanent-Organization-Roster-EXCEL-GER  Permanent-Organization-Roster-EXCEL-FR Permanent-Organization-Roster-EXCEL-ITA Permanent Organization Roster EXCEL – ENG

New club Fees 18-19

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