Following more than two years of intense research, study and debate, CKI will move to a per-member dues model in the 2022-23 service year.
This change has been approved by both the Circle K International Council and the Kiwanis International Board of Trustees. It was precipitated by Kiwanis International’s transition to a new billing system that will no longer support CKI’s current club-based dues model. CKI is the only Kiwanis program that uses a club fee system rather than per-member fees.
Starting in October of 2022, the following international dues will be in place:
- CKI members in a nation with a per-capita gross national income of US$10,000 or more (Tier A) will be charged US$24 per year.
- CKI members in a nation with a per-capita gross national income of between US$5,000 to US$9,999 (Tier B) will pay annual international dues of US$10 per member.
- CKI members in a nation with a per-capita gross national income of US $4,999 or less (Tier C) shall pay annual international dues of US$5 per member.
We continue to encourage your club leadership to reach out to your host colleges and universities, as well as your sponsoring Kiwanis clubs, for financial support of members’ international dues. In fact, you should start those conversations now, since many supporting organizations are planning their budgets for next year.
It is our hope that this simplified system will help our organization grow, better collect information on where are members are around the world and put CKI on a path to greater financial stability.
Look for more information about this new international dues system in the coming months as we prepare for the 2022-23 service year.