We're volunteering at Vala's Pumpkin Patch as a fundraiser for the TOYO! Teens Scholarship fund. Volunteers get free admission before or after their shift!
We're taking a cookie decorating class at the Bubbly Tart to make some Halloween cookies for Hillcrest Health.
We're volunteering with inCOMMON Community Development to help set up their new community center!
Meet the Jaycees and find out what we're about! We're looking for new members to join our organization!
Join the Jaycees for a community and connections with guest speaker Lisa Tonjes Moritz who will talk about how to organize your life and business. As a former Jaycee, she'll also share her past experience with the organization!
Sand + Sun + Drinks + Volleyball + the Jaycees + UP Ties= the perfect combo. We're hosting a mixer with UP Ties to play Sand Volleyball at the court by InnerRaill Food Hall in Aksarben. Come hang out! No athleticism required.
We're at it again! Help us paint the home of a low-income senior in the Omaha community.
The Omaha Jaycees is volunteering at the Autism Society of Nebraska's Bike Camp. Volunteer with us as we help these kids learn how to ride a bike!
Join us for a special outdoor yoga fundraiser on the patio of Full Fledged Brewing Company in Council Bluffs. We're asking for $10 donations to the Kim Foundation
Join us at our first Community + Connections post-COVID! We'll be meeting for the first time, face-to-face since the pandemic. Come to socialize and learn how you can get involved in upcoming events!
Volunteer with the Jaycees as we help put on the Autism Society of Nebraska's first in-person event since the pandemic! We'll help to put on an outdoor movie at the Autism Center of Nebraska.
The Jaycees are volunteering with Sleep In Heavenly Peace, a non-profit that makes sure the kids in our community aren't sleeping on the floor and sleeping on a warm bed. Volunteers are accepted all day but the Jaycees are signing up for the 8AM-12noon shift.
The Omaha Jaycees, in partnership with Creighton University, is excited to announce the recipients for the 17th annual Ten Outstanding Young Omaha Teens award (TOYO! Teens)!
Enjoy a meal from the Panda Express on 72nd and Dodge on Thursday, April 15 and 20% of sales will go back to the Jaycees!
Help the Jaycees raise funds for our high school scholarship fund - TOYO! Teens. Place a to-go order at the Red Robin in Shadow Lake on Tuesday March 30 from 5-9PM and 20% of your proceeds will go to the Jaycees!
Join the Omaha Jaycees for a private, COVID friendly wine tasting! Jeff, owner of ElevenEleven Wine Bar will explain to us the different varietals and where they come from. No prior knowledge required! Come taste with us!
Since 2005 the Jaycees have partnered with local businesses Village Pointe Shopping Center, Scooters Coffee, and Paradise Bakery for our Hometown Holidays donation drive benefiting children associated with the Nebraska Children’s Home Society. The Omaha Jaycees set up Christmas trees, decorated with ornaments, at local businesses in Omaha. Each ornament card represents a child in need. The card contains a child’s gift wishes, which patrons can use as a guide to purchase gifts for the child, and instructions on where to drop-off gifts. We appreciate your continued support and hope that you’ll once sponsor an Omaha child in need of some Christmas love and cheer!
Join the Jaycees as we volunteer at the Food Bank of the Heartland, Tuesday September 22 at 5-7pm. We will be sorting donated products and packaging products and food packs.
The Omaha Jaycees, in partnership with the University of Nebraska at Omaha, is excited to announce the recipients for the 16th annual Ten Outstanding Young Omaha Teens award (TOYO! Teens)!
Ever wonder what motivates and moves us to do the things that we do? There’s a whole universe within each of us known as the human brain and we’re only starting to unveil the depths and capabilities of this vital human organ.
Beer & Bacon Festival enters its 7th year in 2019, acting as a social fundraiser to support the mission of the Omaha Jaycees. The Jaycees are Omaha’s longest standing young professional group and positively impact the community in a variety of ways. The proceeds from the festival allow for the Jaycees to continue to do good work and a portion feeds into a grant which is offered to non-profits in Omaha in need of funding to apply for. The event also doubles as a food competition, in conjunction with the World Food Championships, acting as Nebraska’s automatic qualifying event in the ‘Bacon Division’ for the international competition held annually in November and televised on the Food Network.