Little Santa

Richmond Jaycees at William Byrd for Little Santa Party

The Richmond chapter is the oldest chapter in the Capital Region and the Second oldest chapter in the State.  It has been serving the Richmond metro area since May of 1936.

Throughout the years the Richmond chapter has had many accomplishments and made many improvements in the local community.  The chapter is responsible for founding Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Richmond, helping to bring the Special Olympics to the Commonwealth of Virginia, founding the Richmond Christmas Parade, expanding and helping to manage Project WARM (with Tuckahoe of course), and has also started a Beach Music Festival, built some parks and playgrounds, s well as conducting many other projects.

Like all Jaycees chapters, Richmond is focused on providing leadership training with a focus on community development.  We are always looking for new and exciting project and training ideas!

The most current edition of the Richmond Jaycees’ monthly newsletter, The Jaybill, can be found here

To find more information on the Richmond chapter’s events, visit the Richmond Jaycees’ Event Calendar on Google.

You can also Friend the Richmond Jaycees on Facebook at the Richmond Jaycees Facebook Page

OR, you can follow them on Twitter @richmondjaycees

Contacting the Richmond Jaycees:

Phone: 804-644-9607

Snail Mail:

Richmond Jaycees
P.O. Box 26369
Richmond, VA 23260

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