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Service and Social Clubs

One branch of networking groups are service and social clubs. These organizations meet regularly for the purpose of supporting the community, or just to have fun! (Okay, it’s usually both.) Indianapolis is filled with them.

Kiwanis

Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world, one child and one community at a time. At present there are 19 Kiwanis Clubs in the Indy Metro and Circle City divisions. Most meet several times a month and are filled with Kiwanians working to make a difference. Visit the statewide website and click through at
indkiw.org/about-kiwanis/club-listing/

Rotary

From the international website, “Rotary is a global network of 1.2 million neighbors, friends, leaders, and problem-solvers who come together to make positive, lasting change in communities at home and abroad.” There approximately 18 Rotary Club in Central Indiana, from Crawfordsville to Noblesville to Frankfort and several in Indianapolis proper. Check out the local list at rotary6560.org/where-clubs-meet/

Lions

The world’s largest service organization is the Lions Club. Originally founded in 1917, much of their efforts worldwide have been in eradicating blindness and assisting the visually impaired. About twenty counties in Central Indiana make up District 25-F. Learn more at lions25f.org/clubs.htm

Jaycees

JCI Indianapolis, previously known as the Indianapolis Jaycees, was chartered in 1933 and is part of a larger national and international organization. called Junior Chamber International (JCI). For over 80 years, the local chapter has been actively involved in creating a better Indianapolis through connections, community, and development programs. Their site is indianapolisjci.org

Indiana Freemasons

Freemasonry is the oldest and largest fraternal organizations in the world. It was originally associated with the practice of stonemasory, but today its members come from all professions and walks of life. There are many lodges in the Central Indiana area. To learn more, visit indianafreemasons.com/Search/City/Indianapolis/.

Optimist Club

Optimist International is a worldwide volunteer organization made up of more than 2,500 local Clubs whose Members work each day to make the future brighter by bringing out the best in children, in their communities, and in themselves. There are dozens of clubs in Central Indiana. Learn more at: optimistindiana.org/Clubs.htm

Exchange Club

The National Exchange Club is the only service organization exclusively serving communities in the United States. Exchange’s Core Values are family, community, and country. There are six clubs in Central Indiana that meet regularly. Search for a club near you at: members.nationalexchangeclub.org/discover/find.

Indianapolis Ambassadors

Indianapolis Ambassadors is a group of civic-minded individuals who share a goal of helping others and the community of Indianapolis through volunteerism, and of meeting new people with similar interests. They assist non-profit and civic agencies that need short-term volunteer help. Check them out online at: indyambassadors.org

Last Updated May 2017

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