Who We Are  

The Exchange Club of Kiawah-Seabrook was founded in 1982 and is a member of the National Exchange Club, an over 100 year old organization based in Toledo, Ohio with over 700 chapters located throughout the United States. The motto of the National Exchange Club is “Unity for Service”. This embraces both the social aspect of the Club as well as our commitment to serve the communities we live in. The Club’s social purpose is reflected in two dinner meetings each month in which we invite guest speakers to address topics of interest to our members. We also have a charitable purpose where we support four key areas that include prevention of child abuse, community service, youth and education and Americanism. Through both fundraising efforts and the support of our Exchange Club of Kiawah-Seabrook Foundation, the Club has been able to fund grants in excess of $ 1,000,000 over the last ten years. We welcome anyone who is interested in meeting new people and helping their community. If you would prefer to fill out the application manually, please click on the following link: 

New Member Application

Angel Oak Award Banquet

The Exchange Club of Kiawah-Seabrook Foundation is pleased to announce that the 12th Angel Oak Award Banquet will be held at Wingate Place, 3850 River Road, Johns Island on Wednesday, May 15, 2024.  The 2023 Angel Oak Award Honoree is Dr. Louise Baucom, a Kiawah River Estates resident. She is honored for her volunteer efforts for the Sea Islands Hunger Awareness organization where she is a Board member and the Volunteer Coordinator for the Blessing Basket monthly food distribution to over 265 families. The Exchange Club has supported this organization for many years for their contribution to the welfare of the aged, disabled, and economically disadvantaged residents of Johns and Wadmalaw islands

Ticket prices for the Angel Oak Award Banquet are $100 and attendance will be limited to 150 persons. The event includes drinks, dinner and music, and it is anticipated that the event will sell out. You may register for tickets by clicking on this link: 

Angel Oak Dinner Reservation 2024

Tax-deductible Sponsorship/Donation opportunities are available at any level you choose. Please contact Bob Leggett at [email protected] with any questions. Table sponsorships are $1200 and each table seats 8 people.

Registration closes on May 8, 2024.