Community Service has become the cornerstone of training the next generation of local leaders, as well as helping them bond and network with one another. Instilling in them qualities of selflessness and hard work, it is not only good for the community, but good for members.

Over the years, the HJJCC has partnered with organizations such the Okinawan Festival, American Heart Association, and the Sony Open. Projects range from bon dances and other cultural festivals at the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii, to one of the largest joint projects for the Hawaii Jaycees - Adopt-A-School Day. Across the state, different jaycee chapters choose a school to adopt and work together to achieve their goals of campus beautification or fundraising. 

Upcoming projects to look forward to include: Aki Matsuri (Autumn Festival) at the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii, toy drive for Toys for Tots, and the Honolulu Marathon.