Book of Golden Deeds presented to Todd Howder

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Book of Golden Deeds: Todd Howder was presented with the Book of Golden Deeds. Todd was instrumental in bringing the Air Show back to our community and making sure the money raised was given to local charities which include the veterans and the prevention of child abuse. This was an event held by the Vero Beach and Ft. Pierce Exchange Clubs.

It was not done for many years and Todd had a dream to bring it back and also to have the Blue Angels perform.Golden Deeds 6-15-16 It worked and the whole community is a better place for his great effort. We congratulate Todd for making a dream come true and having it touch so many lives in our community.

About the Book of Golden Deeds: Volunteer efforts are very important to our society and should not go unnoticed. The National Exchange Club’s longest running project, the Book of Golden Deeds Award, recognizes dedicated volunteers who give endless hours of their time and talents toward making their communities better places to live. Ever since the Exchange Club of Huntington, Ind., sponsored the first award in 1919, thousands of unsung heroes and heroines have been recognized. (www.nationalexchangeclub.org)

National Exchange Club has partnered with ‘Veterans Matters’

War Bond Order Form Full (1)As you may know, the National Exchange Club has partnered with Veterans Matters to house all homeless veterans.

Veterans Matters is a group of regular Americans who take care of their own veterans who need financial help to become permanently housed. Many “eligible” veterans receive assistance from the Department of Housing & Urban Development (HUD) and then the Veterans Association (VA) social workers help them get back on their feet. But as we all know this is not enough.

Click here for a printable War Bond Order Form.  This allows you to make a donation in honor of a Veteran.

For more information on Veterans Matters www.veteransmatters.org

Thank you!

Jenny Frederick
Exchange Club of Indian River, Secretary
District Director

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Exchange Club of Indian River Announces October Charity Ball!

Black & White Masquerade BallThe mission of Exchange Club of Indian River Foundation is prevention of child abuse.
Every dollar we raise – 100% – goes to local agencies for projects that further this cause.

Some of the local projects to benefit at-risk and abused children we are supporting this year include:

  •  Curriculum and volunteer training to improve parenting skills
  •  Counseling for homeless families
  •   Enhanced awareness of need for local adoptive homes
  •   Instruction in swimming and water safety skills for children
  •  Tuition for safe summer programs and field trips

The needs of at-risk children in our community are overwhelming. Please help us help them by supporting ourBlack & White Masquerade ‒ Let’s Have a BaLL!

The Ball will be held Saturday, October 24, 2015, at the Vero Beach Country Club. Tickets for the event are $75 per person; the cost for a table for eight is $500. PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS!

Sponsorships range from $250 to $5,000. We are also seeking gifts of items for the silent and live auctions and raffle, door prizes, and gift cards and certificates. In return, you receive exposure in your local market and the opportunity to help stop child abuse and neglect on the Treasure Coast. SPONSORSHIP INFORMATION

If you cannot be a sponsor, please consider making a donation. We welcome cash contributions in any amount. We appreciate the opportunity to discuss how you may participate in this fundraising event.

Best regards,

Exchange Club of Indian River Foundation

P.S. Please help. Together we can make a difference for needy children in our community.

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Exchange Club of Indian River Foundation, Inc. is a
charitable 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization.
Federal ID #65-1098946.
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