Welcome to the Ann Arbor Jaycees Foundation


Congratulations to the 2017 Grant Recipients

2017 Grants Distributed

A2JCF presents grant to Amanda Bitsoli of Big Brother’s Big Sisters of Washtenaw County.





Educate Youth’s board members display grant presented to them.





Barbara Cecil, Development Associate and Ava Ohlgren, Food Program Manager receive their grant for SOS Community Services’ Food Program.




Peri Stone-Palmquist, Executive Director at Student Advocacy Center of Michigan





Our Mission

To promote education and community involvement through charitable means.

The Ann Arbor Jaycees Foundation supports Washtenaw County's present and future through charitable means. The Foundation was formed in 1995 to act as a non-profit tax-deductible (501c3) fiduciary for Jaycees projects such as the AIDS Memorial Quilt, The Fourth of July Parade, and Food Baskets.  Since then, the Foundation has been raising funds to achieve an endowment goal of $50,000.

This was obtained in 2005, leaving the Board of Trustees to develop its granting policies, guidelines and application processes in 2006.  The first cycle for grant applications began in the Spring of 2007 and continues today.



 Community projects supported by the Ann Arbor Jaycees Foundation:

  • 1997 The AIDS Memorial Quilt Display
  • The Annual Ann Arbor 4th of July Parade
  • The Annual Easter Egg Scramble

To learn more about us, please feel free to contact any of the Board of Trustees, apply for a grant or support the community by attending one of our upcoming events.