Exchange Clubs sponsor a wide variety of activities primarily focused around Child Abuse Prevention, community service, youth and Americanism. Collectively, Exchange Clubs donate millions of dollars and countless hours of volunteer service to better their communities each year.
The National Exchange Club
Exchange is made up of nearly 600 clubs with more than 18,000 members across the United States and Puerto Rico who sponsor a variety of activities to improve their communities. The first Exchange Club was formed in Detroit, Michigan in 1911. The organization’s goal is to become the premier service club in America by igniting the spirit of community service throughout the nation.
Local Exchange Clubs
Provides members with opportunities to serve their communities, develop leadership skills and interact with other like-minded business and professional persons.
Please check all our programs at:
Exchange Programs of Service
The National Exchange Club Foundation
Exchange adopted child abuse prevention as its national project in 1979, establishing the Toledo-based National Exchange Club Foundation. Today, nearly 100 Exchange Club Child Abuse Prevention Centers have been established across the country. The centers utilize professionally trained parent aides who work directly with families in need, teaching them positive parenting techniques. More than 140,000 children and 100,000 families have benefited from Exchange’s efforts.
We hope these pages will give you a thorough oversight of what Exchange does for both our communities and our members. For those of you who are members of Exchange, we offer this site as a resource for activities and news from across the District.
2023 Salute to Connecticut’s FinestRead more: 2023 Salute to Connecticut’s Finest
27th Annual Awards Dinner May 18th, 20236:00 PMAqua Turf Conference CenterMulberry Street, Plantsville, CT Photos from the “2022 Salute to Connecticut’s Finest”
Veterans Recognition – Naugatuck ECRead more: Veterans Recognition – Naugatuck EC
The Naugatuck Exchange Club will hold its Annual ‘Veterans Recognition Event’ on Tuesday, Nov.15, 2022 at Jesse Camille’s Restaurant. We will be honoring two Veterans for their service during the Korean War: Paul E. Miller and Arthur ‘Skip’ Squires. Date: Nov. 15, 2022 Time: 6 PM -Social 6:30 PM-Program Place: Jesse Camille’s Naugatuck, CT Price/Dinner:…
Salute to CT’s BravestRead more: Salute to CT’s Bravest
On Thursday, Oct. 20, 2022, the CT. District Exchange Club held their ‘Salute to the Bravest’ event at the Aqua Turf, in Southington, CT. The event is Chaired by Annette Petruzzi (current President of the Wolcott Exchange Club) is held annually to honor the state’s Firefighters. This year was the 24th year of this outstanding…
BINGO – EXCHANGE CLUB OF SHELTONRead more: BINGO – EXCHANGE CLUB OF SHELTON
Dine Out for a Cause – Help KidsRead more: Dine Out for a Cause – Help Kids
Dine Out for a Cause October 20, 2022 JOIN US on THURSDAY OCTOBER 20TH to raise funds for our Pre & PostNatal Support Program & Baskets for new mothers across Fairfield County! Please consider dining at one of the following locations below or donating to help provide services and baskets for women in our local…
“Fall Cash Raffle” – Stamford Exchange ClubRead more: “Fall Cash Raffle” – Stamford Exchange Club
The Stamford Exchange Club is holding a cash raffle to raise funds for the Stamford Patenting Skills Center/Help for Kids. Attached is the flyer. We would appreciate your help to share/promote through your channels- website, social media, word of mouth and email. Tickets can be purchased online here:https://national-exchange-club.square.site/Or there’s a QR code in the flyer.
District Meeting InviteRead more: District Meeting Invite
CT District Board Meeting Dear Fellow Exchangites Our first District Board Meeting is at Jesse Camilles Restaurant on August 17 at 6:30PM Jesse Camilles is located at 615 North Church Street, Naugatuck, CT 06770. I will need to know who is attending so I can give a headcount to the proprietor. Please do so by…