Multicultural Services

El Juguetazo o el día de Reyes Magos - El Juguetazo or Three Kings Day 2021

El Juguetazo enriquece nuestra comunidad al cultivar la comprensión y el respeto mutuo a medida que los participantes reconocen las similitudes culturales y abrazan las diferencias culturales.

Por primera vez, y debido a las circunstancias actuales, las familias tienen registrarse en línea para participar en El Juguetazo o el Día de Reyes 2021 para recibir juguetes.

Las inscripciones están cerradas.

Día del evento: sábado 9 de enero de 2021 en el parqueadero de la Escuela LC Bird, 10301 Courthouse Road, Chesterfield, VA 23832 a las 11 a.m.

El Juguetazo enriches our community by cultivating an understanding and mutual respect as participants recognize cultural similarities and embrace cultural differences.

For the first time ever, and because of the current circumstances, families must register online to participate at El Juguetazo or Three Kings Day 2021 to receive toys.

Registration is closed.

Day of the event - Saturday, January 9, 2021 in the parking lot at LC Bird High School at 11 a.m. at 10301 Courthouse Road,Chesterfield, VA 23832

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  1. Multicultural Services
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Chesterfield County welcomes those from other countries who decide to make this their new home. The county’s multicultural liaison assists and educates the county’s growing diverse population, as well as English-speaking residents who may need assistance with obtaining county services, programs, activities and benefits.

Recognizing and embracing our residents’ similarities and differences enriches our community, reflecting Chesterfield County’s commitment to providing a First Choice community through excellence in public service.

What we can do for you? 

The multicultural liaison has been working with the community in different capacities since September 2001. Services provided:

  • Find the proper referral - When help is needed beyond the county’s services, we are able to provide referral information. Referrals include how to obtain health care, legal advice, food assistance, and places to learn more about sports, education and culture.
  • Cultural competence training - Chesterfield County is committed to having employees who recognize, accept and respect the many differences in the community they serve. Training employees in these topics has been an important part of employee development.

For more information, visit chesterfield.gov or contact Juan Santacoloma at 804-796-7085 or Email Juan Santacoloma.