703-598-1774 801 North Pitt Street, Suite 120 Alexandria, VA 22314


March Happy Hour on Friday, March 23rd.

This month’s happy hour will be on Friday, March 23rd at 6PM at Daniel O’Connell’s in Old Town Alexandria in the Fitzgerald Room, the upstairs back bar.  Come mingle, imbibe, and get social with the SCYC! This is not a fundraiser, just a social gathering. So please plan on joining us! 

Wine Tasting with the SCYC!

We are hosting our first wine tasting! It will be held on April 15th at 2:30pm at Unwined in the Belle View Shopping Plaza and hosted by Certified Wine Educator and Sommelier Brett Chappell. Brett will be featuring “Wines for Spring and Summer Grilling and Sipping”. Tickets are limited to 35 participants and must be purchased online before the event at Brown Bag Tickets. $30 for members, $35 for non-members if purchased by April 8th. $40 per person after April 8th. A SCYC Member Discount code is available, if you are a member, please check the SCYC Facebook Member Page to get it, or message us on this website. So get some tax relief by attending a great wine tasting!


Save the Date for our Annual Irish Luau!!

 This years Irish Luau will be held at Murphy’s Grand Irish Pub on Sunday June, 3rd from 4pm till 7pm. DJ, Hors D’oeuvres, Silent Auction, and drink Specials!! Save the date!! More info to come!!

About SCYC:

For 24 years, the SCYC has been a  fraternal organization  providing an atmosphere of friendship and camaraderie among its fellow members in the Alexandria, Virginia area. The club has evolved into a civic-minded organization intent on setting a good example in the community.

The club’s primary charitable focus has been to dispense goodwill to less fortunate children in the Alexandria area. The large portion of that endeavor involves delivering food and gifts to those children during the holiday season.

In recent years the club has been able to expand its efforts to assisting shelter families that graduate to self-subsistence, providing uniforms for school children, and aiding disaster victims and others befallen by tragedy.

In early 2014, SCYC established a new board, new members, and new goals, which we will be unveiling in this Spring. While following the traditions and goals of the original SCYC, we hope to both expand and refocus our charitable efforts to respond to an ever-changing landscape.


Our mission is to improve the lives of the impoverished and distressed in our community by organizing the caring power of our members and supporters. Our passion is to help anchor our society by reducing the effects of poverty on our youth and helping them reach their fullest potential.

We are friends gathering for the less fortunate.