Following in his father's footsteps, Buster Kellogg Jr. was an active member in Jaycee's young men's service organization. Within this organization Buster served in numerous leadership roles, including the vice-president and the president. Being involved in Jaycee's from a young age until 36 years old, Buster was able to give back to the community with his participation in Jaycees through philanthropic fundraising, programs for local youth, managing volunteers, and much more. Buster Kellogg Jr. also received the Outstanding First-Year Jaycee award during his involvement in the group. Buster was the first Jaycee member from Monmouth to have that distinction since the Monmouth chapter formed in 1954.
Jaycees is a service organization of the United States Junior Chamber which was founded by Henry Giessenbier in 1920. This organization offers members opportunities in leadership development, networking, community involvement, and individual involvement.
Their mission is to provide development opportunities that empower young people to create positive change.