In 1979, the National Exchange Club adopted the Prevention of Child Abuse as their National Project. Exchangites accepted the challenge to make a difference in the lives of children and families.
Our efforts focus on the education and enlightenment of our youth and peers. Examples of Americanism projects are 4th of July Flag Project. Tip of the Spear, Subdivision Flag Project on Holidays.
Exchange clubs spend countless hours and resources to improve the lives of people in the communities they serve. Exchange clubs have been responsible for community improvements such as relief efforts for victims of disasters, cultural programs, scholarships and education al endeavors.
Exchange believes that in recognition of well-deserving youth can have an impact on his or her future. The most popular awards are “The Youth of the Year” and “Accepting the Challenge of Excellence” (A.C.E.) and the Young Citizenship awards. Exchange also has Excel Clubs and Collegiate Exchange Clubs.