JAYCEE Alumni Education & Library Foundation

Address: 32 River Avenue ~ Studio B W. Warwick, RI 02893
Woonsocket, RI 02895
Contact: Jack Lancellotta, Ex. Director
Phone: 401-828-9191
Fax: 401-823-9449


What is the JAYCEE Alumni Education & Library Foundation?

It is the major corporate community entity of the JAYCEES in Rhode Island  assisting scholarships, charitable causes and community development programming, which has an 'open membership' to anyone that wants to make a difference in their community!

JAYCEE Alumni Education & Library Foundation 

The JAYCEE Alumni  Education & Library Foundation was established in 1990 to enhance the educational, charitable, leadership development, and community action programs of The Rhode Island Junior Chamber (1948) and the central-Office, The Kent County JAYCEES and related JAYCEE Groups through the time-driven tenets of United States Junior Chamber. The objectives of the JAYCEE Education & Library Foundation provides funding for various programs of the local Junior Chamber (18 - 40)  in the areas of program promotions/public relations, charitable/medical causes, educational measures and library services along with the main purpose to cooperatively assist as a purveyor of 'producing' quality community development.


Recent News


    The JAYCEES Alumni Club invite you to a Springtime event of healthy outdoor activities, friendly and fun exchanges and demonstration of our community pride along with protection and preservation of our public lands. An ECOLOGY DAY & PEACE PRAYER CEREMONY will briefly ...

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    JCS' TOYS FOR TOTS & TEENS PROGRAM Volunteers can help set-up TOYS FOR TOTS & TEENS boxes during the month of November (and very early December) at designated locations. These  would be new, unwrapped (required protective items) gifts - TOYS FOR TOTS & TEEN...

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  • 9/11 Anniversary Commemoration Observance

    The 9//11 Community Planning Committee will host the annual remembrance ceremony marking the Fourteenth (14th) anniversary of those who lost their lives & survivors while honoring our first responders in the tragic events of September 11, 2001. All citizens and any c...

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