We offer a number of ways to engage in Elmhurst’s civic arena. We work with Elmhurst’s Chamber of Commerce, Park District, City Government, and more.
We couldn’t claim to be a service group if we weren’t out #DoingGood. Take a look at our Charity Page to see the groups we work with. Passionate about certain causes, volunteer to direct resources to others.
The Elmhurst Jaycees are a volunteer service group dedicated to #DoingGood however, we also like to have a good time. We engage in after meeting socials, group outings, and a Charity Carnival for starters.
Santa Clause is on his way through Elmhurst. Along with his helpers, the Elmhurst Jaycees will be arranging personal visits from Santa. If you would like Santa to visit your house, please complete and return or email the form found on the Santa Visits facebook Event Page. After you make your reservation, one of Santa’sRead More
Once again the Elmhurst Jaycees will host a Charity Carnival (06/11 – 06/14) benefiting philanthropies and civic service organizations throughout Elmhurst. Buy your 2015 Mega Pass to gain access to unlimited rides throughout the Carnival. Only $50 if purchased before 06/05. Have a family date night while spreading some good will to organizations throughout Elmhurst.Read More
Do you like Pancakes? Of course, who doesn’t like Pancakes? Join the Elmhurst Jaycees for a fundraising Pancake Breakfast featuring all you can eat delicious flapjacks. All proceeds will go to benefit the Elmhurst-Yorkfield Food Pantry. The event will be hosted at Elmhurst Family Restaurant, located at 441 West Lake Street in North Elmhurst. TakingRead More
The Elmhurst Jaycees were out #DoingGood recently at the Elmhurst Children’s Assistance Foundation Casino Night fundraiser. With the March Madness games keeping many entertained, Elmhurst Jaycees President Joey Cullen (from right to left), Charles Freitag, Katie Cullen, and Dan Nevarez took to the tables to enjoy some of the gaming options. ‘Just for Fun’ tablesRead More
Service to Humanity, WOW… That sounds deep. What if we said, Having a Good Time? What about, Doing Good Things? I think everyone can relate to the concept of Good. Your definition might be different than ours though. Why not attend an upcoming meeting to learn about the different service projects we incorporate into ourRead More