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Leave a legacy that will help improve the lives of others for years to come.

posted Nov 15, 2012, 9:43 PM by Crissy Nolen

November 12, 2012 

Leave a Legacy for Future Generations

Jim and Kay Brown


Jim and Kay Brown have named the National Exchange Club Foundation as a beneficiary in their estate planning.


Dear friends:


We have been involved in Exchange since 1964 and with our National Project; the Prevention of Child Abuse since its inception in 1979.  We feel so strongly that Exchange can make a difference in the lives of families and children.  The difference our clubs are making in their local communities, made the decision to give back to Exchange by remembering the NEC Foundation in our will easy.


Leaving a legacy to support the NEC Foundation will:

  • Support Child Abuse Prevention which includes support for our Exchange CAP Centers throughout the United States, including scholarships for training.
  • Provide scholarship dollars for our Youth of the Year and A.C.E. recipients.
  • Provide support for the Exchange Programs of Service. 

We thank you very much and ask you to consider doing the same,


 Jim Brown, Past National President and his wife Kay


The Brown's are joined by dozens of other generous Exchangites who have designated the NEC Foundation in their legacy planning.

Please print, fill out and return, or click to open the Legacy Document, print and complete.


______Please send me information on how to include the NEC Foundation in my will.
______I have already included the NEC Foundation in my will.


Amount  _____$10,0000    _____$50,000     _____$100,000 

________Other (minimum gift $10,000)





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3050 W. Central Avenue

Toledo, Ohio 43606