The South Fort Myers High School Key Club is sponsored by the fort Myers Beach Kiwanis Club.
Key Club is the largest and oldest service program for high school students. It is a student-led organization that teaches leadership through service to others. Key Club has approximately 260,000 members in approximately 4,000 clubs, and are represented in 31 countries.
The Florida District of Key Club, formed in 1939, was the first district in Key Club. The Florida District is a Florida registered corporation approved by the U.S. Internal Service as a Section 501 (c)3) charitable organization.
Mission Statement: Key Club is an International student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership. The membership of the South Fort Myers High School Key Club has grown with the current leadership to approximately 40 members. The club membership meeting are held after school on Mondays bi-weekly, and the officers meet on the alternate Mondays. Club members participate in the fundraisers promoted by Key Club International, and have active volunteers at school and in the community throughout the year. School based activities in 2014-15 have included clothing drive for Goodwill, and reaching out to students and teachers to promote service leadership and Key Club spirit. Members help at the Fort Myers Beach Kiwanis Thrift shop, serve meals to those in need and actively work with Habitat for Humanity. Club officers track members' attendance and service hours.
This year, the club officers attended a Fort Myers Beach Kiwanis Club meeting to report on their activities, and thank the Club for supporting their attendance at the 2014 Florida District Conference.