The Exchange Club of West St. Tammany is about people helping people in the belief that hope for tomorrow happens today.  We are about giving back a little of ourselves to our community. 

We are about growing within ourselves through our efforts to help others.  We are about developing close personal relationships with newly found friends. We come together in order to eliminate child abuse in all forms, to foster the health and growth of a strong family unit, to promote Americanism, to strengthen the education of our children and to give ourselves in service to our community.

Our membership
 is open to anyone who is willing to accept these goals as their own.


Meetings are held every Wednesday morning from 7:30 – 8:30 AM
Walk-On’s Sports Bistreaux – Covington Restaurant
69796 Stirling Blvd, Covington, LA 70433


If you are interested in becoming a member of the Exchange Club of West St. Tammany, simply contact any Club member or send us an email: You are welcome to attend a weekly meeting as the guest of a member. If you decide to apply for membership, your sponsoring Club member can give you an application and submit it for you, and the board of directors will promptly review it.

What is Exchange?

Exchange is an  all volunteer, national service organization for men and women who want  to serve  their community, develop leadership skills, and enjoy new friendships. Exchange  is made up of nearly 1,000 clubs and 33,000 members throughout the United States  and Puerto Rico. Exchange is known to millions as America’s Service Club, and  with good reason. From our organization’s earliest days, Exchange Clubs have  been unselfishly serving their communities and improving the quality of life.  The diverse array of Exchange-sponsored programs and projects have made a  considerable impact on America thus enhancing the lives of countless men, women,  and children across the nation.


The first local Exchange Club was formed in Detroit, Michigan  in 1911. Charles A. Berkey is the man who is credited with the founding of this  great organization. The second was the Exchange Club of Toledo, Ohio formed in  1913. Subsequently, two others were organized in Grand Rapids, Michigan and Cleveland, Ohio. These four clubs were the first to be chartered by  The National Exchange Club after it was organized as a nonprofit, educational organization in 1917. Since then hundreds of clubs have been chartered in the United States and Puerto Rico. The National Exchange Club headquarters is located in Toledo, Ohio.