The Exchange Club of Easton was officially chartered on December 3, 1947 and currently has 39 members. It is one of 800 Exchange clubs in the U.S..
The Easton Exchange Club members have the opportunity to develop personal and business leadership skills and network with other members while completing services projects that benefit the community on a local and state level. The National Exchange Club has one project, prevention of child abuse.
The Exchange Club of Easton donates half of its charitable proceeds to the Parenting Skills Center in Stamford, with the remainder distributed to various charitable and youth organizations in the area.
Easton Exchange Club – is a volunteer group of men and women working together to make our community a better place to
live. Members have the opportunity to exchange views with other community leaders and business people,
to bond together in good fellowship, to share time, interests and talents with like-minded individuals.Dinner meetings are held twice monthly at the Aspetuck Lodge, 200 Center Road, Easton. For information, write to: The Exchange Club of Easton, P.O. Box 143, Easton, 06612.