The KeyLimeTie Team Volunteers at the 2013 Naperville Ribfest

On Saturday, July 6, members of the KeyLimeTie team volunteered at the 2013 Naperville Ribfest. KeyLimeTie staff and their family members took control of a beverage tent for an afternoon shift to raise money for the annual event. The Naperville Ribfest is a community fundraiser organized by the Naperville Exchange Club that raises money for organizations that work towards the elimination of child abuse and domestic violence. It was the second year in a row that the KeyLimeTie team volunteered at the event. And, the team cannot wait to volunteer next year!

Do you know another local organization or event that our team might like to volunteer for or at? Let us know! Leave a comment below with the information. 

About Naperville Exchange Club

The Exchange Club, America’s Service Club, is a group of men and women working together to make our communities better places to live through programs of service in Americanism, Community Service, Youth Activities, and its national program—The Prevention of Child Abuse.

The Exchange Club of Naperville was chartered in 1987 and is dedicated to the elimination of child abuse and domestic violence. Through financial contributions to more than 50 local charities, the Exchange Club has raised more than $13 million from its service activities at Ribfest.

The Exchange Club of Naperville has established Project H.E.L.P. as a Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse in 1992. Focused on stopping child abuse before it happens, Project H.E.L.P. supports parent education through the Parent Mentor Program. This program is supported by the Exchange Club of Naperville provides parent support and education through parent mentoring and offers opportunities for parenting classes.

Want to make a difference in your community, join the Exchange Club. To learn more about the Exchange Club or to join, visit: