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Our Community

Palm Coast Elks #2709 have invested time, efforts, and support for our community for more than 35 years. We are focused on the betterment of our community in which we live by supporting and meeting the needs of our neighbors. Our dedication to community service is the driving force behind the success of our many programs. We’re proud to support the following causes and organizations.

Blood Drive
Blood Drives

Blood Drives held at our Lodge every 6 weeks. Blood donations remain right here in our community and local hospitals continue to tell us that blood inventories are critically low. 

Family Life Center

Palm Coast Elks Lodge 2709 presented a $6500 check to Trish Giaccone, CEO, of The Family Life Center. The Family Life Center is a private not-for-profit social service organization providing no-cost services to individuals and families experiencing Domestic or Sexual Violence.


Palm Coast Elks #2709 presented a $3000 check to Reverend Jose Panthaplamthottiyil of the Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church.  Monies will provide assistance to families in financial crisis by assisting with electric and water bills.

Flagler Free Clinic

Our Lodge utilized ENF grant funds to allow the a non-profit community free clinic to extend their hours of operation, purchase much needed medicines and paraphernalia, while additionally the Lodge purchased much utilized personal protection equipment.

Flagler Free Clinic
Food Bank Donation
SEAS Outreach Food Bank

Palm Coast Elks #2709 partnered with the Outreach Program Center at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church in Palm Coast  to purchase a variety of whole cases of nonperishable food for the food bank which goes further than individual purchases. 

Flagler Sheriff's PAL

Palm Coast Elks #2709 has partnered with PAL; on December 15th, the Lodge presented a check for $1000 to PAL Director Arthur Erlandson.  The donation will be used to sponsor registration for PAL programs for local children who otherwise would not be able to afford to participate.

Flagler Sheriff's PAL
Elks #2709 Chain Gang Members
Palm Coast Elks #2709 'Chain Gang'

Members or our Lodge have been involved with the Matanzas HS Football Athletic Dept. managing the signal poles on the sidelines for Pirates' games for 10 years.

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