The Exchange Club supports a variety of charities and organizations in the East Minneapolis Area. Some of the organizations and programs the Exchange Club supports are:
- A Chance to GrowPromotes the maximum development of the whole child and adult through innovative, individualized and comprehensive brain-centered programs and services.
- East Side Neighborhood Services East Side Neighborhood Services, Inc's purpose is to assist people of all ages and backgrounds in realizing a higher quality of life.
- Pope John Paul II, Catholic School
- Be the MatchBe The Match® manages the largest and most diverse marrow registry in the world, working every day to save lives through transplant.
- Prevent Child Abuse Minnesota
- Catholic EldercareLocated in the heart of the tree-lined neighborhoods of Northeast Minneapolis, Catholic Eldercare’s community of senior residences offers older adults inviting opportunities to live life to the fullest.
- Families and Children in Crisis
- Greater Minneapolis Crisis NurseryGreater Minneapolis Crisis Nursery works to end child abuse and neglect and create strong, healthy families. The Crisis Nursery supports families in crisis 24 hours a day, 365 days a year through our free, voluntary services:
- The Sheridan StoryThe Sheridan Story’s purpose is to help the over 200,000 children in Minnesota who don't know where their next meal will come from by closing the weekend food gap between Friday and Monday, when children are not able to participate in the free or reduced meal programs at school.
- Emma B. Howe YMCA, Coon Rapids, MNThe Emma B. Howe YMCA in Coon Rapids, MN offers group personal training, exercise classes, swim lessons and other great fitness and community building programs
- Minnesota YMCA Youth in GovernmentMinnesota YMCA Youth in Government (YIG) is a youth development program emphasizing the Y's four core values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibilty.
- YMCA Youth Intervention Services
- Camp BoveyProvides a safe place for youth to have fun while participating in outdoor activities that help build respect for themselves, one another and the environment.
- The Senior Food ShelfThe Senior Food Shelf provides about 20-25 pounds of nutritious food items to low-income older adults about once a month.