Winston-Salem Jaycees

The Winston-Salem, NC area's organization of choice for adults 21-40 to develop personal, business and leadership skills through community service and organizational involvement.

I'm a Winston-Salem Jaycee because:

Amy Zambor

I'm a Winston Salem Jaycee, because I can serve the community and socialize at the same time.

Amy Zambor, 2016 Chairman of the Board

Community Service in the Winston-Salem Jaycees

The Jaycees believe “that service to humanity is the best work of life.” The Winston-Salem Jaycees have made this motto their chapter’s cornerstone. Hundreds of opportunities exist in Winston-Salem and the surrounding area, and the Winston-Salem Jaycees host projects throughout the year designed to give back to the community by conducting both community fundraising and community service. Serving the community alongside other young professionals enhances the volunteering experience and increases the fun!

Collaborative Projects
For over 80 years, the Winston-Salem Jaycees have collaborated with local government and non-profit organizations to serve Winston-Salem and the surrounding areas. Here are some of the organizations we’ve collaborated with to serve the community:

· AIDS Care Service
· American Cancer Society
· American Red Cross
· Brenner Children’s Hospital
· Crisis Control Ministry
· Duke Cancer Center
· Forsyth County Animal Control
· Habitat for Humanity
· Lake Waccammaw Boys & Girls Home
· North Carolina Arthritis Foundation
· North Carolina Jaycees Burn Center
· Old Salem Museums & Gardens
· Operation Christmas Child
· River Run International Film Festival
· Sibling Support Network (Sibshops)
· The Human Society
· The Salvation Army
· Western North Carolina Make-a-Wish Foundation
· Wine to Water
· Winston-Salem Children’s Home
· Winston-Salem Parks and Recreation Department
· Winston-Salem Police Department

Winston-Salem Jaycees Projects
In addition to the above collaborations, the Winston-Salem Jaycees have developed several signature projects over the years:

    • Christmas Cheer: Day of giving that allows 50 local children in need to have a holiday breakfast followed by a shopping spree at Target Stores.
    • Downtown Holiday Parade: Annual holiday parade featuring over 90 local schools, businesses, government agencies and organizations.

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