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Americanism

The organization was incorporated in part to bear true allegiance to the Flag and Constitution of the United States of America. A formal program was adopted in 1965, at which time it became mandatory to promote a plan of action in each Club. In addition to the monthly programs, members are urged to become involved in originating patriotic endeavors and participating with others in these projects.

Community Service

The policy of charity and community service proves of inestimable value in maintaining an enviable reputation for good works by Emblem Clubs in all localities. This Program of giving is the heart of Emblem; and the hundreds of thousands of hours and dollars that are given to others is the glue that binds Emblem members together.

Community Service Totals and Awards

Drug Awareness

This program was initiated because of the alarming problem in this Country and the need for help. Emblem members, vitally concerned with all phases of human health and development and having the resources to spread the word, work and assist financially in local communities in many facets as part of the National Community Service Program

Drug Awareness Totals and Awards

 

Grant-In-Aid-Awards

The purpose of this scholarship program is to assist those Emblem members and/or relatives of current Emblem members who are serious about continuing their education but, due to a physically challenging situation, are unable to meet the high criteria applied to the Scholarship Award Program.

Literacy

Helping another person to read is one of the most rewarding contributions that can be made. Emblem members volunteer as tutors and donate time and moneys to the "Literacy" program in various communities. "Literacy in America Emblem Makes A Difference" has been adopted as a National Community Service Program.

National Disaster Fund

This fund was created to give immediate relief to Emblem Club communities and members. It was created in 1964 as a result of the Alaskan earthquake, and is sustained by voluntary donations from Clubs, State Associations, and members. The Fund was established for future benefit of members suffering loss caused by fire, flood, tornado, hurricane, earthquake or the like; and to assist the Lodge of a local Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of the United States of America located in a community that has been struck by disaster

Check Out the the Individual Organizations that Have received our Donations

Supreme Scholarship Awards

The program was established in 1934 to assist worthy applicants in obtaining advanced education in their chosen field of endeavor. Scholarships are awarded to members and relatives of current members and applications are submitted through the affiliated Emblem Clubs. The program is sustained by voluntary contributions of Clubs and individuals, and contributions are given in memory of or to honor friend and family members. Individual Emblem Clubs and the State Associations also assist the youth of today through local and state scholarships as Emblem members work proudly to assist the deserving students as they attempt to better equip themselves for life.

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