Who are we?
Los Osos Key Club is a part of Key Club International. We belong to Division 15 North, Region 13 of the California-Nevada-Hawaii District!
What is our CNH District?
CNH stands for "California-Nevada-Hawaii," and is essentially a district made up of all the divisions in the respective states!
What is our mission statement?
Key Club is an international, student-led organization that provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership.
What do we do?
As our motto goes, "Service - our way of life." That's basically what we do here! Community service events that make the world we live in a better place, guided by our four core values: leadership, character-building, caring, and inclusiveness.
What is Key Club International?
Key Club is the oldest and largest volunteering organization for high-schoolers, currently with 270,000+ members in 38 countries.
How do I become a member?
To register as a member, you should do the following:
1. First, contact Isabelle Pinto on Remind (see our contact page!) to inform her of your desire to join us.
2. Next, pay $15.00 membership fee. This money will go to funding for our big events, our merch, and donation for Pediatrics Trauma Program, our primary donation institute. To check out more cool facts about our preferred charities, scroll down to "Who are the preferred charities of Key Club?"
3. After, you can then perform 50 hours of service every school year for immediate recognition!*