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Fundraisers

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"Celebrate the Coming of Spring" Raffle

Winners drawn May 5th for the three $300 gift cards purchased by the Club from DeBuhr's Feed and Seed, Rural King, and Home Depot were Susan Riggert, Larry Gutzler and Connie Jones.  Congratulations to all!

 

And a very big "thank you" to all participants.   Through your generosity the Club is able to apply $1,700+ net raffle proceeds towards funding the three annual $1,000 scholarships awarded to Mattoon High School seniors, and to contibute $900 of consumer spending back into our local community! 

Annual Golf Tournament to benefit Youth Programs

This event canceled for 2020 due to Covid, but please stay tuned for future announcements.  The Club would like to thank all previous golfing participants and sponsors for their generous support of our youth programs and hope to see you back for the next tournament!

Pulled Pork Supper and Silent Auction

Canceled for 2020 due to Covid - Stay tuned for future announcements

Each November the Mattoon Exchange Club hosts this event to benefit the Children's Advocacy Center of East Central Illinois as part of our child abuse prevention program, as well as to support other youth  activities. 

 

Thanks to all who attended our 2019 event a huge success and hope to see everyone back next year.   

NFL Football Raffle

 

Every year, the Club organizes a unique pro football raffle.   Each ticket enters the holder in 17 weekly contests over the NFL season.   Winners are determined based on scores of the team pairings printed on the ticket.   No special knowledge is required; anyone can play with an equal chance to win.   To see an example of how it works and 2020 results, click here:

HRecycling for CASA

 

Harris Metals, 1213 North 11th Street (235-1808) has opened an account for the Exchange Club of Mattoon.  Take any of your metals (not steel) and after it is weighed you can request that the salvage amount be credited to the club.   All moneys so credited are donated to CASA