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Exchange Club of San Diego
A Chapter of the National Exchange Club



Exchange Club of San Diego
PO BOX 262266
SAN DIEGO, CA 92196
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EXCHANGE CLUB OF SAN DIEGO


Who Says there is no such thing as a free dinner. Prospective members are welcome to join us for a free dinner to learn about Exchange.  We meet on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month. Call our president, Janell Darby at 619-301-8518 for meeting details

What is Exchange?


We are America's Oldest Service Club. From our organization's earliest days, Exchange Clubs have been unselfishly serving their communities and improving the quality of life. The diverse array of Exchange-sponsored programs and projects has made a considerable impact on America, enhancing the lives of countless men, women and children across the nation.







Why Join Exchange


To help build a better America, and in doing so, bring out the best in yourself. Exchange helps members develop leadership, networking, and organizational skills that contribute to success in business, family and personal endeavors. More importantly, Exchange provides members with the opportunity to share their time and talents to help others, whether by reaching out to an abused child who needs love and affection or organizing a community crime prevention program or wielding rakes in a clean-up project. Through these and many other positive, public-spirited projects, Exchangites are making a real difference in cities and towns across America. More reasons to join the National Exchange Club.
 

Our Mission Statement

Exchange, America's Service Club, is a group of men and women working together to make our communities better places to live through programs of service in Americanism, Community Service, Youth Activities, and its national project, the Prevention of Child Abuse.
 
 

What do Exchange Clubs do?


Clubs sponsor a wide range of activities to improve our communities, help the disadvantaged and encourage good American citizenship. The principal areas of Exchange's National Program of Service are Youth, Americanism, Community Service and our national project, Child Abuse Prevention. Members also initiate activities to meet unique local needs. This may be anything from raising funds for the homeless to building and staffing a sheltered workshop for the disabled.



 

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