Here is an opportunity to do something that will
Impact The Community!
Join the Elks make a difference
There are many ways to volunteer,
from helping with committee's, managing business as an officer
to hosting and supporting fundraising events.
Here are some ways you can help:
There are many ways you can help in the lodge.
*Be a Lodge Officer
*Volunteer on a kitchen crew
*Help setup and tear down for events
*Help plan fun events for members with Lodge activities
The List could go on forever. We need to know what interests you, and there is a talent we could use.
Help in the Lodge
In our Lodge we have many committee's to serve our members and our COMMUNITIES.
*Student/Teen of the Month
*Antlers (Youth Club)
*Food for Thought Program
*Eagle Scouts & Gold Award Scouts
*Deer Hides Program
*Victory Place Food Pantry
*Veterans Welcome Home Kits
*Bingo with Veterans
*Veterans Lunch & Learn
ENF Elks National Foundation
Elks Golf Tournament
DAP Drug Awareness Program
Flag Day and 10 Flags Ceremony
Ritual Competitions State & National
The mission of the ENF is to help Elks build stronger communities. We fulfill this pledge by investing in communities where Elks live and work. We help youth develop lifelong skills, send students to college, meet the needs of today's veterans, support the charitable work of the state Elks associations, and fund projects that improve the quality of life in local Elks communities. Your donation is also tax deductible.
Since inception, the ENF has contributed $453.9 million toward Elks charitable projects nationwide. Our programs continue to grow each year, allowing Elks to do even more to build stronger communities.
This year, the ENF allocated $12.5 million to fund the Community Investments Program, investing in Elks communities through grants for Elks Lodges. Community Investments Program grants—which this year include a special Anniversary Grant to mark the 150th anniversary of the Elks—offer your Lodge an opportunity to serve your community in ways that will raise the Lodge’s profile, energize the membership, encourage former members to return to the fold, and gain the notice of people who want to be part of an organization that’s doing great things.