Helping the Community
Members of Apex work together to serve their community’s greatest needs by promoting service, fellowship and community spirit. Apex Clubs work in their local town or suburb, but through the strength of the National Association of Apex Clubs, also work together to tackle larger community or social problems.
Besides the pride and satisfaction of helping others, you will experience other personal benefits. You may become a better leader, or more of a team player. You’ll find yourself becoming more relaxed in dealing with groups, your presentation skills will improve and you’ll become a better public speaker. You’ll also get the chance to network with people from a wide variety of businesses and backgrounds.
Life Long Friendships
Friendships that last a lifetime are cemented through the fun and banter that accompanies the toil. Friendships that come from mixing with fellow members from all walks of life, and from being part of a youthful and spirited group.
Have a whole lot of fun
Apex dates back 75 years, but there’s nothing old fashioned about the fortnightly meetings. They are mostly lively and interesting. The work in the community and fundraising events are both rewarding and entertaining.
A Club for young people
Apex is all the more unique because of its youthful membership base, ensuring a youthful outlook and membership concerned with youth issues.
The Australian Service Club
Apex is the only Australian made service club, being founded in Geelong, Australia, in 1931.