Kickin’ It In Keller Partnerships is a group of leaders, business owners, and non-profit founders who come together to support their community. They collaborate, celebrate each other, and build lasting connections while sharing their stories and raising the community collectively. Partners help grow the Kickin’ It In Keller community and create lasting relationships. Members work together to elevate each other’s businesses and non-profits by sharing their expertise and resources, and through social connections, meetings, events, and networking opportunities.
Locally, the Keller Lions Club promotes a number of worthy causes. In keeping with the central theme of Lions Clubs International, we underwrite eye exams and corrective eyeglasses for numerous economically disadvantaged students in the KISD each year and collect and recycle used eyeglasses.
We provide a meeting place for the 4-H, Boy Scouts, and a polling place for many school municipal, county, state, and federal elections. We are also an area-wide distribution site for Scout cookies. Throughout our Lions Club Foundation of Keller, Inc., a 501c-3 organization, we provide opportunities for local youth athletics with practice and tournament ball fields. The Foundation also provides scholarship funds each year for Keller High School graduates
The Greater Keller Chamber supports businesses in our area and fosters the belief that together, we are better.
Members serve as board members, ambassadors, and on various committees assisting staff in carrying out the goals and objectives of the organization. Serving and volunteering on committees as well as the Board of Directors provide extensive opportunities to meet other business owners and members of the community, support the community and KISD and advance your business.
The Keller Soccer Association is a non-profit affiliate organization of the North Texas State Soccer Association (NTSSA) whose purpose is to create and maintain a youth soccer program based on the ideals of good sportsmanship, honesty, loyalty, and courage taught through organized athletic activity. All participants of the program shall strive to develop athletic skills and fair play, and place secondary importance on the winning of games.
Open to all-not just Keller Residents..anyone with a love of gardening is welcome! Our members range from Master Gardeners to those just learning and every level in between.
We meet on the second Thursday of each month from September through May so please come visit us!
We have speakers and special programs as well as Field Trips so please check back here or visit our Facebook page for the latest information.
Our members maintain three city gardens, working together on the third Thursday of each month, all year long.es here
“At The Birch, we believe by sharing our love of tennis with our members, we provide outstanding instruction, competitive play, and opportunities for fellowship. Operated by a family involved in the sport at the highest level for 50 years, we are committed to helping you improve your game as much as you want to improve. Find your tennis family here”
-Taylor Dent, Former World #21
Sky Creek Ranch Golf Club’s magnificent Robert Trent Jones, Jr. designed championship golf course was carved from a pristine swath of land atop the highest point in Tarrant County. Jones took full advantage of the existing topography’s sweeping panoramic vistas and bounty of lush foliage to create a compelling Par 72, 6,953 yard test of golf that exhilarates and delights at every turn.
Bear Creek Greenbelt Parkrun is a free, fun, and friendly weekly 5k community event. Walk, jog, run, volunteer, or spectate – it’s up to you! They meet every Saturday at 8:00 am. at Bear Creek Greenbelt, 405 Rufe Snow Drive (by Keller Pointe Rec Center), Keller, TX 76248.
Bear Creek Greenbelt parkrun is entirely organized by volunteers
We are the people of action that live right here in the greater Keller, Texas area. We are the people of action who believe that by joining with our neighbors, our teachers, our government leaders and representatives, other groups, and yes – our business leaders in a spirit of “Service Above Self” that we can have a great community.