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Exchange Club. Unity for Service. SERVICE. COMMUNITY. PREVENTION. YOUTH. AMERICANISM. CHILD ABUSE. The National Exchange Club Foundation. Established in 1979. Preventing child abuse through a network of Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) Centers.

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Exchange club

Exchange Club

Unity for Service







The national exchange club foundation
The National Exchange Club Foundation

  • Established in 1979.

  • Preventing child abuse through a network of Child Abuse Prevention (CAP) Centers.

  • Over the last 25 years, the Foundation and its network have helped more than 545,000 families and 1.3 million children.

CAP Centers

  • 115 centers in 26 states.

  • Centers utilize the Parent Aide Program.

  • Last year, centers have reached more than 91,000 families and 318,000 children.


  • Program fund - used to underwrite the National Exchange Club program of service and its national project, child abuse prevention.

  • Endowment fund - principle is permanently invested and only interest earnings are used to support the programs of Exchange.

Parent Aide Program

  • Parent Aides are trained individuals who become role models for parents.

  • Teach parents to be more loving and responsible to their children.

  • Provide support and encouragement to parents.

Shaken Baby Syndrome

  • Vigorous shaking of a baby can cause bleeding inside the head and increased pressure on the brain.

  • Head trauma is the leading cause of disability among abused infants and children.

  • Educational materials available through Exchange.

Cyber Tipline

  • Sponsored by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, FBI, U.S. Customs Service, and the U.S. Postal Service

  • 1-800-843-5678 (800-THE-LOST)

  • Help prevent incidents of sexual approaches or solicitations toward children on the internet.


  • 450,000 Flags given out each year.

  • Help spread the American spirit.

  • Great project for parades, holidays, special public events and other gatherings.

  • Flags available through Exchange headquarters.

Proudly we hail
Proudly We Hail

  • Honor those who display the American flag properly and regularly.

  • A great way to strengthen patriotism.

  • Good public relations opportunity.

  • Award plaques available from National Headquarters.

The freedom shrine
The Freedom Shrine

  • Developed from the 1947 Freedom Train exhibit.

  • Facsimiles of our nation’s historical documents.

  • Indoor or outdoor displays at schools, libraries, city halls and other public areas.

  • Can be held in conjunction with essay and speech contests.

One nation under god
One Nation Under God

  • Increase public appreciation of the important roles religious faith and freedom have played in our nation’s history.

  • Celebrated in November.

  • Invite members of the community, such as businesses and local civic group or church.

Get out the vote
Get Out the Vote

  • Educates and encourages citizens to register and vote in elections.

  • Organize a voter registration drive project.

  • Organize election day voter services, including staffing polls and general education.

Healing Fields

An impressive display of full-sized American flags in an outdoor setting. The flags can represent veterans, victims of child abuse, or other noteworthy causes.


Send correspondence and care packages to troops overseas.

Flag retirement ceremony

Collect old or worn flags from the community and conduct a proper flag retirement ceremony.

Essay or speech contest

Hold a patriotism essay or speech contest. Have the winner read the essay or speech at a special club meeting.

A.C.E. Award

  • Accepting the Challenge of Excellence.

  • Recognizes high school students who have overcome great obstacles and are now eligible for graduation.

  • Recognizes students who are often overlooked for their accomplishments.

Young Citizenship Award

  • Recognizes students who work hard at being good citizens at home, at school, and in the community.

  • Encourages students to maintain a high standard of conduct.

  • Creates partnerships between schools and Exchange Clubs.

Youth of the Year

  • Honors outstanding students who excel in academics and leadership.

  • Club level winners compete at district level.

  • District level winners compete at the national level for a $10,000 scholarship.


  • Groups of high school students dedicated to improving their community through volunteerism.

  • Great way to develop valuable leadership and networking skills.

  • Sponsored and mentored by a local Exchange Club.

Book of golden deeds
Book of Golden Deeds

  • Recognizes volunteers who dedicate their time and talents to bettering their communities.

  • Easy to implement and a great way to promote Exchange within your community.

  • Not limited to a single individual; can be awarded to groups.

Crime and fire prevention
Crime and Fire Prevention

  • Wide array of activities, such as Officer/Firefighter of the Year, Child ID/Fingerprinting, My Day in Court, and distributing smoke detectors.

  • Observed in month of October.

  • Partnerships with local Police and Fire Departments, schools, and courts.

Service to seniors
Service to Seniors

Service to Seniors

  • Helping seniors lead full, productive lives.

  • Wide variety of projects can be done, including Adopt-a-Grandparent, Nursing Home Visits, and Meals on Wheels.

  • Helping seniors lead full, productive lives.

  • Wide variety of projects, including Adopt-a-Grandparent, Nursing Home Visits, and Meals on Wheels.

Family days
Family Days

  • Fosters greater appreciation of family living among our communities.

  • A special gathering to which all club members and their families are invited.

  • Events can include special contests that allow families to work together for a common cause.