List of Civic Organizations (service clubs) in the Cedar Valley

List of Civic Organizations (service clubs) in the Cedar Valley

In the Cedar Valley, service is our mission and our community is who we love to serve. Below, we’ve compiled a list of organizations and clubs that exist to serve those who call the Cedar Valley home and beyond.

Are you looking to become more involved in the Cedar Valley and meet those with like passions? You’ve found the perfect place to start!

NameFocus AreasMain Project
Cedar Falls Exchange ClubAmericanism, Youth, Community, Prevention of Child AbuseToys for Tots
Cedar Falls RotaryService above selfRotary Restoration at Big Woods Lake
Cedar Valley JayceesProvide development opportunities that empower young people to create positive changeWaterloo Open
Cedar Valley RotaryService above self 
Cedar Valley Sertoma ClubBetterment of the human communitySpeech and hearing
Elks, Benevolent & Protective Order #290Elks invest in their communities through programs that help children grow up healthy and drug-free, meet the needs of today’s veterans, and improve the quality of life. 
Exchange Club of WaterlooAmericanism, Youth, Community, Prevention of Child AbuseExchange Park, Home & Garden Show
Junior LeagueWomen committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers.League’s Lockers, Prom’s Closet
Kiwanis, Cedar Falls Rough RisersCommunity needs and youthKettle Corn fundraiser
Kiwanis, WaterlooServing the children of the worldMayor’s Fun Run, Thunder in the Valley Air Show
Lions Club, Cedar FallsWe ServeEyeglasses and hearing aids
Lions Club, WaterlooWe ServeEyeglasses and hearing aids
Optimist Club of WaterlooBringing out the best in kidsflags, kids ball
Quota International of WaterlooMotto of “we share,” Quotarians are known especially for their service to deaf and speech-impaired individuals and disadvantaged women and childrenEyeglasses and hearing aids
Sierra Club, Cedar Prairie GroupEnvironment -fighting for clean air, clean water, stopping the use of pesticides (see the NEWS page), encouraging electric cars and solar and wind power. Our motto is Explore, Enjoy, and Protect the Planet. 
Sunrise Exchange ClubAmericanism, Youth, Community, Prevention of Child AbuseSunrise Petting Zoo
Waterloo RotaryService above selfHops & Grapes
Waverly Exchange ClubAmericanism, Youth, Community, Prevention of Child AbuseBest Dam Run

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