Exchange Club of Omaha

Service to Country, Service to Youth, Service to Community

Inspire our community to become a better place to live!

Exchange Club members share their time and talents to help others—reaching out to an abused child who needs love and affection, organizing a community crime prevention program, or wielding rakes in a clean-up project. The Exchange Club helps members develop leadership, networking, and organizational skills to achieve success in business, family, and personal endeavors. Through these endeavors, Exchangites make a real difference in communities across America.

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Vision

A strong America, safe communities, and unified people.

Mission Statement

Exchange: inspiring communities to become better places to live.

Exchange Club Programs

The Exchange Club sponsors a wide range of activities to improve our communities, help the disadvantaged, and encourage good American citizenship. The principal areas of the club’s Program of Service are Youth, Americanism, Community Service, and our National Project, Child Abuse Prevention.

Child Abuse Prevention

Child Abuse Prevention

Exchange provides a variety of public awareness materials, designed to help inform and increase awareness of child abuse and how it can be prevented. These are used in conjunction with Exchange...

Community

Community

Commitment to the Community where an Exchangite resides is the focal point for each club’s efforts. Exchange is unique as a service organization in that it has the flexibility to structure projects...

Country

Country

The Americanism Program of Service promotes pride in our country, appreciation for the freedoms granted to American citizens, and gratitude to the men and women who serve/have served in the Armed...

Tee Off Against Child Abuse

Tee Off Against Child Abuse

Tee Off Against Child Abuse (TOACA) funds grants to programs and services that help prevent child abuse in the Omaha metropolitan area. This event has generated over $370,000 to local agencies...

Outstanding Sophomore Awards

Outstanding Sophomore Awards

Each year, the Exchange Club recognizes Omaha and surrounding area high school sophomores for their academic, extracurricular and volunteer achievements. Each high school provides recommendations...

Adopt-A-School

Adopt-A-School

The Exchange Club of Omaha partners with a school to help fulfill unmet needs. We provide mentors, host collection drives for school supplies and winter wear, volunteer in classrooms, and finance...

Upcoming Events

The Exchange Club of Omaha maintains a calendar of program and social activities for members and the general public. From our monthly member meetings to our Tee Off Against Child Abuse (TOACA) golf outing, you’ll find something to fit your interests and your schedule.

  • Blue Ribbon
    Blue Ribbon
    Date: 09/10/2021 - 10/12/2021
  • Membership Meeting
    Date: 09/28/2021
  • Membership Meeting
    Date: 10/12/2021
  • Membership Meeting
    Date: 10/26/2021
  • Membership Meeting
    Date: 11/09/2021
  • Membership Meeting
    Date: 11/23/2021
  • Membership Meeting
    Date: 12/14/2021
  • Membership Meeting
    Date: 12/28/2021

The Exchange Club has been supporting Project Harmony since 2005, and it is with that generous support that we have been able to serve more than 48,000 children. Thank you for being part of the vision of ending child abuse, the vision of prevention, and the vision of a child’s future. We hope you know your support means the world to us.

Gene Klein

Executive Director, Project Harmony

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Frequently Asked Questions

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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 Program of Service are Youth, Americanism, Community Service and Child Abuse Prevention. Members also initiate activities to meet unique local needs, from raising funds for the homeless to building and staffing a sheltered workshop for the disabled.

How do I join?
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Who can join?

Anyone over the age of 18 interested in serving the community can join.

How much does it cost to join?

As our welcome gift to new members, the Exchange Club of Omaha covers the $25 New Member Initiation Fee.

On-going dues, paid quarterly, are:

  • National dues – $19 per member and $10 per additional family member
  • District dues –$6 per member and $3 per additional family member
  • Local club dues – $13.50 per member
  • Total quarterly dues – $38.50

Contact Us

Have a question about a program? Interested in becoming a member? Simply provide your contact information and question, and an Exchangite will get you the information you’re looking for.

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