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The charities that the LaMissTenn District and/or Key Club Interantional endorses are listed below. Check in with your Lieutenant Govenor on what you can do to or what they are doing to support these charities. 

A charity is an organization that raise money, goods, or other materials in order to assist in helping the disadvangted through their unforunate circumstances.

"By working with the official partner organizations, Key Clubs serve children by aiding other organizations committed to serving children."

- Key Club International

Key Club International Preferred Charities


(United Nations Children's Emergency Fund)

UNICEF, or the United Nations Children’s Fund, is a non-profit organization that provides humanitarian and developmental aid to children across the world. UNICEF works in over 190 countries and territories to reach disadvantaged children.  They are the largest provider of vaccines, and they work to support children’s nutrition, quality education, HIV prevention, and the protection of children from exploitation. 

Learn more about Key Club and UNICEF's partnership here

Established in 1946

The Thirst Project


The Thirst Project is a non-profit organization that raises money to build water, sanitation, and hygiene projects in areas with no direct access to clean drinking water.  Their purpose is to build a generation of socially-conscious young people with a goal to end the global water crisis.  They work to slow the spread of waterborne diseases, such as HIV and Malaria. 

Learn more about Key Club and The Thirst Project's parternship here.

Established in 2008


(Children's Miracle Network Hospitals)

Children’s Miracle Network is a non-profit organization that raises funds for children's hospitals across the US and Canada. The purpose is to save and improve the lives of as many children as possible.  CMN benefits children with cancer, diabetes, trauma, children who need surgery, babies in the NICU, and many more. 

Learn more about Key Club and CMNH's parternship here.

Established in 1983

Local Charities


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