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About the CNH District

The CNH District consists of 79 mighty divisions led by the most dedicated student leaders today. We are also the largest district in Key Club International!

For more information, click HERE to read more about us.


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Get Involved With Us!

Check out our "Divisions" page HERE to see if your school has a Key Club and reach out to them! If your school does not have one, reach out to your Lieutenant Governor and start one.


At the beginning of each term, your CNH District Executives create goals they work diligently to complete by the end of the term. For the 2022-2023 term, here are our goals:

35,000 dues paid members

$225,000 raised for PTP

850,000 service hours

Let's work hard to reach all of our goals by District Convention 2023! Contact your division's Lieutenant Governor for more information on how to attend.



Come meet our 2022-2023 District Board, including our Lieutenant Governors from all across California, Nevada, and Hawaii!

Let's Get Poppin',
Helena Teung-Ouk
District Visual Media Editor 2022-2023

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Read a few featured articles submitted by YOUR clubs and divisions below! See more by navigating the menu (News > Articles)!

Soy and Tofu Festival

AC, Oakland Key Club, D02N

During the month of July, we had one of our annual service events in Japantown, located in San Francisco. This event was a Soy and Tofu Festival, where members could volunteer and get more service hours. We had different tasks depending on where we were assigned and what our scheduled time shift was. It was definitely a great experience meeting new people from different organizations, while cooperating with the different tasks and much more. We look forward to many more spectacular services and getting to meet more amazing people!!

Recycling Bin Making

SS, Castle, D22K

On Saturday, June 11, 2022, Castle Key Club constructed recycling bins to place across campus. Several members constructed these bins out of chicken wire and metal clasps. Members plan to maintain the bins throughout the school year, which is intended to collect HI-5 bottles and cans, as well as #1 & #2 plastic and aluminum foil. The club hopes to promote greener habits within the school. Members will be cleaning out the bins approximately twice a month, and take the recyclables to the recycling center. The club plans to use the additional funds towards project expenses.