How to use the club locator

The club locator isn’t just for those looking to join Kiwanis. Existing members can find a club to visit on vacation or scout a new club to join if relocating. Membership committees can use the locator to map club density within a community and form a recruiting plan. Others use the tool for scheduling interclub visits. No matter the reason, you’ll want your club visible in the results list and displaying accurate data.

 Maximize your club’s visibility
  1. Go to
  2. Search for your club (by meeting location).
  3. Verify that the meeting information and club website are correct.
  4. If your club website or meeting information is not listed or is incorrect, your club secretary can change the data within the secretary dashboard after logging in to Edits are reflected in real time.
  5. Verify that your meeting address is an accurate postal address. Google Maps cannot properly map intersections, interstate exits or building names.
  6. If other data is inaccurate, please request a club listing update to

Mileage incorrect? The mapping system uses a radius model and displays mileage from the geographic center of the address or postal code you provide. This can result in clubs from neighboring states or territories displaying in search results within a large radius. We are using Google maps for this function and some results are controlled by Google and not by Kiwanis International. For questions regarding proper mileage or mapping location, email

District Webmasters should verify that their district website links are up to date. To request an update to those listings, please email

For more information about these resources, or to learn more about the Club Management System subscription and public website hosting package for your club, send us an email at or call us at 317-875-8755 ext. 411 (worldwide) or 800-KIWANIS ext. 411 (US and Canada).