- Americanism (Flag Day and Memorial Day)
- Bingo (Tuesday nights)
- Clothe a Child (December)
- Holiday Boxes (December)
- House Committee (Monthly)
- Major Project Fundraiser's (Summer/Fall months)
- Public Relations (Entire Year)
- Scholarship Program (August-April)
- Social and Community Welfare (Entire Year)
- Veterans Services (Entire Year)
- Youth Activities (The Dictionary Project and Drug Awareness Program)
- Valentine’s Day
- St. Patrick’s Day
- Mother’s Day
- Memorial Day
- Father’s Day
- Flag Day
- 4th of July
- Labor Day
- New Year’s Eve
Types of Efforts
- Contacting schools, public officials or the media
- Writing articles for advertising (PR)
Fundraising (Partial list of funds listed on our Donations page)
- Organizing or helping to organize various regular events or special events
- Greeting and selling meal tickets on Friday nights
- Selling Bingo cards on Sunday afternoons or Tuesday evenings or calling numbers
- Join the House Committee and plan events, including, meals, decorations, advertising
- Landscaping/yard work
- Visiting the sick or V.A. Hospital
- Donate animal hides that are turned into gloves for veterans in wheel chairs
- Join in our Flag Day services or singing Holiday carols to the Vets
- Prep/Cook on Tuesday and/or Friday nights
- Give us ideas on how to improve and expand our Lodge
- Become an Esteemed Loyal Knight or Esteemed Leading Knight (ELK)
When you think of joining a committee or one of the Elks teams, think not only of what you can do for the Elks but what the Elks do for you, your children, your grandchildren, your extended family, the community, or the nation as a whole. For volunteer information, please contact our ClubManager@SedonaElks.org • 928 282.3030
While organ and tissue transplantation surgeries are now standard and highly
the need for organ and tissue donation is still great.
Thousands wait to receive life-saving organ transplants and
life-healing tissue transplant in Arizona and across the nation.
We hope that you will embrace this program and provide support!
View a brief YouTube video, visit the Website or
email Kenneth Adams for more information.
AEMP – A History of Giving
For 25 years Arizona Elks have supported research at the UofA Steele Children’s Research Center. As Steele celebrates their 25 years of attacking diseases plaguing children, Arizona Elks are proud they have been with them the whole time.
This Silver Anniversary marks more than $6 million in giving by Arizona Elks Major Projects. Money that has done incredible things- 2 endowed chairs continuing to give, a Translational Research Center in Phoenix, The Marvin Lewis Pediatric Teaching Center, and the Arizona Elks Clinic for Children and Young Adults.
There is an old proverb called “For Want of a Nail.” It has several forms, but simply put:
For want of a nail the shoe was lost
For want of a shoe the horse was lost
For want of a horse the rider was lost
For want of a rider, the battle was lost
For want of the battle the war was lost
For want of the war, the Kingdom was lost
All for the want of a nail.
Our Arizona Elks Major Projects has provided an entire box of nails to the Steele Center; the latest a $150,000 Confocal Microscope. A recent press release from Steele celebrates a $1.73 million National Institute of Health grant awarded to Steele for work on Autoimmune Diseases. A grant based on a research done by Pawel Kiela and Dr. Fayez Ghishan. The Confocal Microscope was critical to this research.
So celebrate 25 years of Research at the Steele Center, and while you are at it, celebrate 15 years of the Jack C. Warter youth Camp. Celebrate 79 Years of Arizona Elks Major Projects, and let’s think of a special way to do more.
Let’s make this 25th Anniversary one to remember!
Jimm Krausman, Exec Director, AEMP