Voting for the 2018-2019 District Service Project NOW OPEN!

The District Service Project is a statewide service initiative of which all Pennsylvania Circle K Clubs participate. Every year, Pennsylvania Circle K members have the ability to vote on the next year’s DSP from a list of pre-selected possible initiatives from the Pennsylvania District Board.

This year the options are:
  • Continuation of “One PACK to another” Animal Welfare
The PACK has chosen to help those who can not help themselves with the current DSP. Circle K members can help raise money for ASPCA and local shelters, donate toys, food, and other pet care items, volunteer time at local shelters and with other animal non profits, and promote wildlife awareness.
  • Early Childhood Learning
Early childhood learning is one of the major Kiwanis programs for the state of Pennsylvania. Kiwanis is a partner with the Pennsylvania Early Learning Investment Commission as a strategic partner of the Commission. Circle K members can help with bullying prevention, school supplies, become pen pals, and advocate the importance of early childhood education. For more information check out:
  • Promotion of Health and Wellness
Promotion of health and wellness incorporates the need to eat a balanced diet, promote disease prevention, incorporate Circle K preferred charity, Unicef’s WASH program, Circle K partner Students Team up to Fight Hunger (STUFH), and tobacco and drug prevention, etc. For more information pertaining to the Unicef WASH program and STUFH please visit:
  • Combatting Homelessness and Poverty
Combatting homelessness and poverty can enable Circle K to assistant shelters and food pantries through the state. Shelters and pantries often need hands on volunteers and donations to continue operating.
  • Cancer Awareness
Cancer awareness promotes healthy living. Members can contribute by raising money though programs like Relay for Life and the American Cancer Society, awareness through posters and social media, and providing individualized care to affected individuals and their families.