Circle K International (CKI) is a student leadership program at the collegiate level that was founded in 1936. The Fort Collins Eyeopeners Kiwanis Club has sponsored a CKI Club at Colorado State University since 1982. The CKI Club and Eyeopeners Kiwanis Club partner on several projects together every year, the most notable project is the Trail Cleanup that happens in the spring and fall. Learn more about the CSU CKI
Key Club at Fossil Ridge High School and Rocky Mountain High School
Key Club International is a student leadership program at the high school level that was founded in 1925. The Eyeopeners Kiwanis club sponsors two Key Clubs in Fort Collins (and is always interested in sponsoring more).The Key Club at Rocky Mountain High School was chartered in 2004. The Key Club at Fossil Ridge High School was chartered in 2013, and the Kiwanis Club of Fort Collins co-sponsors this club with the Eyeopeners.
Aktion Club is a sponsored program that works with adults with disabilities founded in 1988 by Kiwanis International. The Fort Collins Eyeopeners works with Kiwanis clubs across the division to work with Foothills Gateway and the Aktion Club there. The Fort Collins Aktion Club started when Eyeopeners member Larry Howell was Lt. Governor of Division 16. He met an Aktion Club member from Denver and was so inspired he worked hard to begin a club in Fort Collins. The Aktion Club was chartered in 2006.