Exchange Club of Naperville
Making Our Communities a Better Place
The Exchange Club works together to make our communities better places to live through programs in Community Service, Youth Activities, Americanism and the Prevention of Child Abuse.
The Exchange Club of Naperville was chartered in 1987 and is dedicated to the elimination of child abuse and domestic violence. Through financial contributions to more than 50 local charities, the Exchange Club has raised more than $18 million from its service activities at Ribfest.
The Exchange Club of Naperville has established Project HELP as a Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse in 1992. Focused on stopping child abuse before it happens, Project HELP supports parent education through the Parent Mentor Program.
Our mission is to provide financial support for agencies committed to eliminating child abuse and domestic violence in all forms, strengthening families, and promoting Americanism. The agencies funded span DuPage, Will, Kane and Cook Counties.
Programs of Service
- Naperville’s September 11th Remembrance Ceremony
- An Annual Adopt a Family Holiday Program
- Annual Police Officer and Firefighter of the Year Recognition
- Funding 50+ agencies
- National Day of Service
- Winter Coat Project, School Supply Project, Summer Lunch Project
- Keeping Kids Safe Program
- Happy Days Project for Seniors
- Time Out Teddys
- Scholarship and Citizenship Awards
Want to make a difference in your community, join the Exchange Club. To learn more about the Exchange Club or to join, visit: Exchange Club of Naperville