Proudly serving the Southern California Inland Empire since 1986

 

Our Focus Is Building Leaders in Our Community

 

Our National Organization has Built Generations of Leaders since 1938

 

Creating Tomorrow's Leaders

A Community of Mothers Working Hard To Raise Their Children With A Positive Force

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Our chapter’s mission is to equip our children to serve our community in the areas of  leadership development, cultural heritage, legislative advocacy, financial literacy, community service and philanthropic giving.

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Jack and Jill of America creates a medium of contact for children to stimulate their growth and development.

Founded

The organization of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. was founded on January 24, 1938, and consists of mothers who have children between the ages of 2 and 19.

Our Mission

Our goal as mothers and community members is to help our children develop the skills they will need to be future leaders.

Driven To Succeed

We do this by creating programming that provides our children with social, cultural, educational and service opportunities.

Youth Leadership Programs

Education

The Power to Learn and Succeed. Fostering leadership development, financial literacy and commitment to STE[A]M.  Emphasis on Academic Excellence, Communications, Public Speaking and Stewardship.

Volunteer

The Power to Make A Difference.   Fostering a better tomorrow for ALL children.  Cradle to College Initiative “Our Children’s Keeper”

Cultural Heritage

The Power to Understand and Value our African American Heritage. Fostering a sense of unity, a better appreciation of our awesome history and our remarkable abilities.

Civic Involvement

 The Power to Unify and Inspire Change. Promote Legislative Advocacy and support the Children’s Defense Fund Collaborative.

Make A Difference

Find out more about how you can become a member and participate in today’s largest African American Mothers Coalition
Learn More About Membership

Learn more about the JJIE Chapter