District Fundraising Initiative (DFI)
The District Fundraising Initiative, or DFI, are three causes that the clubs within the California-Nevada-Hawaii (CNH) district supports through fundraising.
Pediatric Trauma Program
The Pediatric Trauma Program focuses on reducing the number of children who suffer or are killed by pediatric trauma through educating the community, providing advanced pediatric training, and purchasing specialized medical equipment.
Kiwanis Family House
The Kiwanis Family House serves to provide temporary housing for families of sick or injured children and adults at the University of California, Davis Medical Center in Sacramento.
Project C.U.R.E.
Project CURE is an organization that works to donate medical supplies to resource-limited countries all over the world, currently having reached 134 different nations.
District Service Initiative (DSI)
Every year, CNH Circle K chooses an initiative to focus in on for service during the year’s term. The proposed and approved initiative is the District Service Initiative, or DSI. Clubs from the district work together through various service events targeted toward the year’s initiative.

CNH Circle K’s has two DSI’s for the 2021-22 term. The first, Community Wellness and Equity, is about building an environment in which people can go to each other for help and support, ultimately working toward reducing imbalances in our local community and beyond. Events related to this initiative include food drives, fundraising, tutoring, and helping to host other programs. The second is Caring for Creatures, which revolves around treating animals more humanely and recognizing their necessities and feelings in an effort to improve their lives. Some examples of projects related to this initiative include pet toy drives and volunteering at animal shelters.