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Thank you for your interest in The National Exchange Club! Since March 27, 1911, Exchange has worked to make communities better places to live. Founded in Detroit, MI, by a group of businessmen known as the Boosters’ Club, the organization began as an “exchange” of ideas about what the members might accomplish with their collective talents and mutual interests.

Today, Exchange boasts more than 630 clubs and over 18,000 members throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. Known as “America’s oldest service club,” Exchange upholds three Programs of Service – Americanism, Community Service, and Youth Programs – as well as its National Project, the prevention of child abuse. The Programs of Service and National Project guide the services each club provides to its community, based on the needs of a given community and the club members’ interests.

I invite you to explore our website and contact Exchange’s National Headquarters, located in Toledo, OH, to learn more about this dynamic organization, its clubs and members, and the programs that benefit countless people every year.

Please send inquiries to, or call 419.535.3232.

Yours in Exchange,
Tracey Edwards, Chief Executive Officer

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