Travel insurance and emergency assistance

The following coverage options are available for Kiwanis club members as they plan their Las Vegas trip.  

Travel insurance

Kiwanis International offers travel and medical insurance to Kiwanis members and their families, including attendees traveling outside their home countries. This insurance is provided through Seven Corners, Inc. The group coverage plan offers affordable coverage for accident and medical issues, with two deductible options, plus coverage for interruption of trip and loss of checked luggage (see Program Summary on Seven Corners’ registration page for more details). The plan also provides 24-hour assistance in multiple languages for any issues while traveling.

To apply for this travel insurance plan, please complete the online registration form.

Find out why you should be getting travel insurance.

For questions about this travel medical policy, please contact Seven Corners toll-free in the USA/Canada at 1-800-335-0611 or worldwide at +1-317-575-2652, or by email at  For questions regarding the policy after the purchase, contact and provide the certificate number. In all cases, make sure to reference the Kiwanis International CHIP policy. 

Emergency Assistance Plus®: 24-Hour Emergency & Medical Back-up Plan*

Any time you have an accident or sudden illness while traveling away from home, the Kiwanis endorsed Emergency Assistance Plus program provides a crucial safety net that helps pay for emergency medical expenses your health or travel insurance generally will NOT cover. With more than 20 assistance benefits, EA+ steps in to provide medical evacuation, medical assistance, travel assistance and assistance for companions. You’ll even have access to the valuable Nurse Escort benefit, which will provide members with a nurse escort, if deemed medically necessary, to help ensure you get proper medical care during your trip home. For more information, visit or call toll free 1-844-292-4353.

*Open to US members only.

Kiwanis benefit helps man injured on African safari get home
Gary Worthington marveled at the hippos, cheetahs and leopards. The African landscape stretched in front of him and his traveling companions. But on his last day of an 18-day trip to East Africa, he severed his quadriceps tendon while climbing into a vehicle. His focus quickly turned to getting back to California from Arusha, Tanzania.