In K-Kids clubs worldwide, more than 36,000 children are learning leadership through service. They're taking on the responsibility of running a K-Kids club as they plan and participate in community service projects. They assist the elderly with chores or organize community food drives.They serve their schools, raising funds for sports equipment and extracurricular activities.
In big and small ways, they're changing the world around them, but the most significant change happens in the kids themselves.
K-Kids at Chesapeake Math & IT Elementary (CMIT) in Laurel, Maryland