For the health and safety of JCYM members, all JCYM group activities (including Day & Night Small Group activities) are required to follow current Covid-19 safety guidelines (such as wearing masks and social distancing). Any activities that cannot follow current safety guidelines are temporarily suspended until such time that it is safe to meet. This pertains specifically to small groups that cannot social distance and exchange cards and/or tiles such as Bridge, Hand & Foot and Mah Jongg. The health and safety of JCYM members is always a priority!" This policy statement can come from the JCYM board.

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From KidsTLC:

"Since 1972JCYM has been a part of our beginning, growth and long term success.  Their generous members had a vision and put words into action.  To this day, members share their time and resources with KidsTLC's kids, families and programs in so many ways.  JCYM can be fund enjoying our fundraising events, playing games with kids in our residential program, providing grants to encourage professional growth and collecting ongoing donations to support program needs."

Elizabeth Hall, Director of Campus Community Engagement


The 2019 Task Force brought a new recommendation for a pilot year of

three fundraisers—Fall, Winter, Spring. Led by an Events Coordinator, each team selects a leader, decides the type of fundraiser to be held, and participates in the planning and execution of the event. Money raised from all events is given away in grants to our approved philanthropies in May which is the end of the club year.

To achieve a positive future for members of the community. 


To serve, support and promote philanthropies in our community. 


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