Pig out with us on Broad and the Boulevard as we give back 10% of our food sales on select nights to local non-profits.
About The Junior Achievement of Central Virginia (JACV)
Through a volunteer network, JACV provides in-school and after-school programs for students focusing on three key areas: work readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy. JA offers over 20 programs for K-12th grade and serves 26,000 students throughout Central Virginia with help from 2,000 volunteers.
Junior Achievement of Central Virginia is a member of JA Worldwide, a global organization that operates in 123 countries and reaches 9.7 million students every year.
To empower young people to own their economic success and succeed in a global economy.
To be the essential partner in relationships between the educators, business leaders and community partners of Central Virginia for the benefit of all our youth.
To bring role models from our business community into the classroom to deliver educational programs about free enterprise, economics, and personal finance, enhanced by their own real world experiences.
We do this by developing…
- the desire in young people to stay in school and appreciate lifelong learning
- positive attitudes toward work and contributing to a diverse society
- business/education partnerships that create a bridge between the classroom and the workplace
We accomplish this through…
- sequential and integrated K – 12 programs
- volunteer role models of diverse backgrounds, supporting all classroom programs
- experienced-based learning
Programs span grades K – 12, with age-appropriate curricula designed to teach elementary students about their roles as individuals, workers, and consumers and to prepare middle grade and high school students for key economic and workforce issues they will face. In addition to bringing the free enterprise system to life in the classroom, Junior Achievement of Central Virginia’s programs teach youngsters the importance of staying in school. We also offer programs for young people who may have difficulty graduating from high school.
Junior Achievement of Central Virginia is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization under Tax ID 54-0803325. Contributions are fully tax-deductible as allowed by law.
Break into Buz’s piggy bank. Giving back to Richmond and the greater community has always been important to Buz. In lieu of donating food or merchandise, Buz feels that he can make the biggest impact by helping non-profits fundraise in his restaurants. Stop in and help our charity partners benefit from brisket.
Every Monday of January 2016
6 p.m.-10 p.m.
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