Service Partners and Preferred Charities

Service Partners

Key Clubbers further their service by working alongside charities with goals complimenting our Major Emphasis – Children: Their Future, Our Focus

Erika’s Lighthouse

The mission of Erika’s Lighthouse is to make sure no young person feels alone in their depression. This nonprofit organization encourages good mental health and strives to break down the stigma surrounding mental health issues. Erika’s Lighthouse is dedicated to creating a community of empathy and education and has resources and programs for students and educators, grades 4-12.


Key Club has partnered with Schoolhouse, which is a free peer-tutoring platform founded by Sal Khan. Key Clubbers are encouraged participate in the program, whether it be participating in SAT prep groups or volunteer tutoring other students.

Preferred Charities

Thirst Project

Thirst Project hopes to educate the next generation by arming students with information about how they can be a part of social change, make a difference, and encourage others to join in the effort.


UNICEF is the only organization of the United Nations dedicated exclusively to children. Working with other United Nations bodies, governments and non-governmental organizations, UNICEF helps to provide for children’s needs in more than 150 developing countries through community-based services in primary health care, basic education and safe water and sanitation.