Young Professionals' Picnic and Potluck 

by JCI Philippine-New York

Join us for a fun-filled day of potluck dishes, games and networking in Gantry State Park on Saturday, September 12, 2015 from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm.

Participate in the super fun Cucumber Game- the person who can move a tennis ball placed on the ground farthest using a cucumber dangling from waist wins!

You can also jump and race around at our exciting Sack Race.

Kids can have fun too! We'll have face painting and there's a playground and water sprinklers for them to enjoy.

Feel free to bring your family and friends!

Thanks and see you there! Please indicate on the event wall the food/beverage you plan to bring to avoid duplication. :)

This picnic is hosted by JCI Philippine-New York, in collaboration with Balut Patrol and Unipro.

For the Facebook event page, click here.

Where to find us at Gantry State Park:


This year marks the 100th Anniversary of the Junior Chamber International ("JCI") Movement

To commemorate this milestone year,
JCI Philippine-New York in collaboration with Event4Good 
invite you to celebrate
the centennial anniversary of
Junior Chamber International formed in 1915

This fundraising concert and reception will benefit JCI Philippine-New York and the STREET OF DREAMS Project for the Arts in the Philippines.
Tickets are available now at
$50 until June 30, 2015 (early bird price)
$65 from July 1, 2015 (regular price)

The STREET OF DREAMS Project was started in 2011 by Miguel Braganza who believes that art heals, can express who we are and who we want to be through training, creation and performance.  The project is designed to nurture each child’s self-esteem and to foster self-discipline, arts appreciation, creative thinking, trust and teamwork through the world of performing arts. Through the STREET OF DREAMS Project, Miguel has helped children become better citizens of the world --- Alaminos, Pangasinan 800 children (3 days workshop); Isabela Province (500 participants); University of San Agustin (15 dance company members); Lipa City, Batangas (39 participants); Women’s Dorm, Camp Karingal (prisoners); University of the Philippines Theater Dept (40 participants); Lola Grande Foundation in Sta. Ana (50 participants); Julie Borromeo Performing Arts Foundation in Mandaluyong (30 scholars); Davao City with ICB Performing Arts Foundation (more than 100 students).
JCI is a membership-based nonprofit organization of young active citizens ages 18 to 40 in more than 100 countries who are engaged and committed to creating impact in their local communities.  Guided by the passion to contribute to a better future, JCI members have the courage to tackle the critical chaleendes facing our world.  With around 5,000 JCI Local Organizations in more than 100 nations, JCI forms a vibrant global community of nearly 200,000 active citizens. The collective action of all JCI Local Organizations form a global grassroots movement.  The JCI movement empowers young people to take action, run effective projects, exchange ideas and collaborate to innovate new ways to better their communities.

2014 JCI Philippine-New York Philippine Independence Day Parade T-Shirts Are Available to Order

Hello Fellow Jaycees and Friends,

We'd like to take this opportunity to invite you to attend and march in the New York City Philippine Independence Day Parade on Sunday, June 1st. Marching in the parade has been a long tradition for the Jaycees. Friends and Family are welcome to march with the community. How often do you have the opportunity to walk and march in a parade on Madison Avenue!

For this occasion, we'll be wearing JCI Orange T-shirts (for Adults and Kids). The cost for the t-shirt is $15 for adults; $12 for kids. The deadline to purchase the T-shirts is Thursday, May 1st.

Secured payments through PayPal can be made here.