Service and Civic Organizations

Kiwanis Club of Lombard is part of a global organization known as Kiwanis International that carries out service projects at the local level and raises funds to contribute to local and worldwide projects serving the children of the world. The club meets every Thursday at 7:30 a.m. at Harry Caray’s Restaurant in the Westin Lombard. For more information, visit

Lombard Junior Women’s Club is part of the Illinois General Federation of Women’s Clubs organization. Its members are diverse and multi-faceted women with a common commitment of community service. In 1983, the GFWC Illinois Lombard Junior Women’s Club founded TLC Camp Inc., a weeklong summer day camp for children with cancer and a sibling. The club meets the first Wednesday of the month, September through May, at The Clubhouse, 837 S. Westmore, Unit 2G. For more information, visit

Lombard Noon Lions Club is one of the world’s largest service organizations and seeks to encourage service-minded people to serve their community without personal or financial reward. The club meets every first and third Tuesday at 12:15 p.m. For more information, call Ernie Turcotte at (630) 953-9355 or visit

Lombard Service League is an affiliate of the International General Federation of Women’s Clubs whose objective is “to provide charitable service to the Lombard area, the state of Illinois and projects of the General Federation of Women’s Clubs nationally and internationally.” The club sponsors Lombard’s annual Woman of the Year contest in addition to a variety of other events. The club meets at 7 p.m. every second Thursday of every month (September through April) at Lexington Square, 555 Foxworth Blvd., Lombard. For more information, write to P.O. Box 482, Lombard, IL 60148 or visit

Lombard Woman’s Club is a philanthropic organization which strives to foster the intellectual advancement of its members, the promotion of higher social, educational and moral conditions in the community and a united effort toward the higher development of humanity. The club meets at 1 p.m. every second Tuesday of the month (October through May) at Lexington Square.

Rotary Club of Lombard sponsors college scholarships for high school seniors, distributes food and money, contributes to a variety of local nonprofit organizations, as well as supporting the efforts of Rotary International, which include eradication of polio, provision of clean water in developing countries and support of literacy. The club meets every Thursday at 12:15 p.m. at Maxfield’s Restaurant, 352 E. Roosevelt Rd. For more information, write the organization at P.O. Box 1003, Lombard, IL 60148.

United Way of DuPage/West Cook is a service organization that brings together leaders from government, corporations, human service providers and the community to develop innovative solutions to local issues. For more information, write to P.O. Box 5317, Oak Brook, IL 60522;contact Christine Lewis, Chief Professional Officer/Regional Vice President at (630) 645-6339; or visit

As an Illinois Main Street organization, LTC is a community-based nonprofit dedicated to preserving and promoting the historic downtown as the heart of Lombard and a vibrant commercial destination. They do this by recruiting and retaining businesses, marketing available properties, hosting special events and promotions, and empowering residents to reinvest in their downtown by volunteering, shopping and dining in downtown Lombard.

Learn more about LTC by visiting their website at, find them on Facebook, call them at (630) 620-8063 or visit the LTC downtown office at 2 S. Park Ave., Lombard.