Jack and Jill of America, Inc. boasts 262 chapters, representing more than 50,000 family members making a difference in communities nationwide.


Jack and Jill of America is comprised of 262 chapters that are divided into seven geographical regions across the country. Select your region and discover the chapter(s) closest to you.


We appreciate your desire to join our organization. Jack and Jill’s success is based on the depth of commitment, vision and confidence of its members. Find out how to join a chapter and if there isn’t a chapter in your region, find out how to start one.


The Jack and Jill of America Foundation fulfills its shared vision to invest in the future of our children, supporting programs that create opportunities and challenges for children to learn and practice leadership skills and building character.



National Nominations Due

Fri, 12:00 AM to 11:00 PM
The National Nominating Committee submits slate of candidates for national office to National Recording Secretary

Circulate National Nominations

Mon, 12:00 AM to 11:00 PM
National Recording Secretary circulates slate of candidates for national office
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New Member Per Capita

Sat, 12:00 AM to Sun, 12:00 AM
• Regional per capita check • Copies of all reports sent to HQ

Our Programs

Jill of America, Inc., was founded in 1938, and it has evolved into a strong national organization as a result of strong National and Chapter programming in the areas of cultural awareness, educational development, health, civic and social/recreational.


Learn about a few of our outstanding Members, Alumni and Father Auxiliary Committee Representatives.

History Spotlight

Just five years after chartering, in the summer of 1957, the San Francisco chapter was honored to host its first Jack and Jill National Convention

The Power to Make a Difference

As a complement to the programming delivered at the chapter level, the National Programmatic Thrust focuses on initiatives that will equip our members and youth with the power to make a difference in our chapters, communities and in the lives of children around the country

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