Exchange, inspiring communities to become better places to live.
The Exchange Club of Las Vegas is a club that connects members and citizens of our community who are passionate about helping others and making a difference. Exchange members can participate in various service projects, both live and online, that support local and national causes. By joining the club, you will:
- Meet people who share your values and respect Exchange’s Core Values of family, community, and country.
- Support activities that benefit youth, promote pride in our country, and honor military and public service providers, among others.
- Participate in the National Project of Preventing Child Abuse, which is a major social issue affecting millions of children and families.
- Enjoy a variety of club events, both live and online, that are fun, educational, and rewarding.
- Access scholarships, awards, and recognition programs that can help you achieve your personal and professional goals.
- Learn new skills, gain new experiences, and expand your network of contacts.
The National Exchange Club has more than 630 local clubs throughout the U.S. and Puerto Rico, with more than 15,000 members. Joining the Exchange Club of Las Vegas is a great way to serve in unity with those seeking better conditions, better understandings, and greater opportunities for all.
As our motto says: Unity for Service. Do you have questions? Please contact us.
Exchange Club of Las Vegas Key Fundraising Projects
Each year the Exchange Club of Las Vegas sponsors a number of events and projects in our area.
Vision: A strong America, safe communities, and unified people.
Mission: Exchange, inspiring communities to become better places to live.
Core Values: Family, Community, Country
Motto: Unity for Service
Our Current Monthly Events
Diversity, Equity, And Inclusion
We believe in diversity, equity, and inclusion in all our clubs as we provide the resources and insight to better lead and serve each club. We strive to serve diverse communities large and small with integrity, competence, respect for human relationships, respect for the inherent dignity and worth of all people, and a commitment to promoting social justice. We can only meet these goals by caring about our best resources: our leadership, members, and volunteers
Deciphering Exchange: Unraveling the Identity and Impact
In the 1940s, Exchange structured its club activities around seven key areas of service, encompassing education, agriculture, aviation, citizenship, commerce and industry, federal youth rehabilitation, as well as youth and geriatrics.
During the mid-1960s, Exchange embraced its national “Programs of Service,” which heightened attention on the prevailing societal challenges of that era. This framework allowed local clubs to tailor their initiatives to the unique needs of their respective communities.
Programs of Service
Promoting pride in the country, respect for the flag, and appreciation of our freedoms are the primary purposes of Exchange’s Americanism programs.
The tumultuous struggles of world powers in the twentieth century have done little to guarantee a peaceful future for the majority of the world’s people. However, there’s one country in modern times that people flock to for safety, freedom, and opportunity — the United States of America.
It is hard for Americans to imagine the horrors of modern struggles over religious and ethnic differences, the very differences we embrace.
Community service is the lifeline of Exchange. Exchange Clubs across the country spend countless hours and dollars improving their communities each year.
In fact, many of the projects within the Program of Service have a common goal of serving and benefiting our communities. Then why a separate category called Community Service?
While the programs listed under Prevention of Child Abuse, Youth Recognition, and Americanism programs focus on specific areas, the Community Service Program is more broad in scope.
America’s young people are its most precious resource. This is why, for many years, Exchange has sponsored an impressive selection of activities designed to benefit and encourage our nation’s youth.
Many of these richly rewarding programs are among the most popular and well-supported of all Exchange Club endeavors.
Prevention of Child Abuse
Child abuse and neglect hurts more than our children and families, it hurts our entire community.
The most immediate victims are children and families. Children suffer physical and emotional injuries, and parents suffer remorse and regret. A greater problem develops as the cycle of violence impacts the community. Childhood abuse is a significant predictor for juvenile delinquency, early pregnancy, substance abuse, mental health issues, and adult criminal activity.
The Prevention of Child Abuse became Exchange’s National Project in 1979, at the 61st National Convention