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Welcome

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Greetings Members and Guests!

Welcome to our Chapter site!

Jack and Jill of America, Incorporated has served families and children across america for over 75 years by providing opportunities for leadership development, financial literacy, community service, educational, social, civic and recreational activities. This premiere family organization remains relevant and responsive to the rapidly changing needs of our families by embracing technology, building relationships with partner agencies and institutions and most importantly keeping children at the heart of everything we do.

The Jacksonville Chapter has a legacy of service to the children and families of Jacksonville through our commitment to the objects and aims of Jack and Jill  of America, Inc.  Since 1968 we have focused our attention on the Jacksonville Community through our Biannual Les Beautillion Militaire, and contributing our collective time, talents and treasure to Jacksonville organizations  serving children and families.

It is our desire to continue in the footsteps of our founding mothers and Jacksonville Charter Members.  By serving our community and investing in tomorrow’s leaders we will achieve excellence.

Patricia Sams
President

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6th Annual Black Taste of Jacksonville

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Taste of Black Jacksonville 2016 Flyer

 

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President Pat Sams Interview with First Coast News

For the second year, Jack and Jill Jacksonville Chapter is able to offer Empowering Boys to Be Men to 50 young men with two workshops on November 14th and December […]

For the second year, Jack and Jill Jacksonville Chapter is able to offer Empowering Boys to Be Men to 50 young men with two workshops on November 14th and December 5th.  This year, however, we are even more pleased to be able to include middle school students in the program offering access to information regarding financial literacy, college and career preparation, and a discussion with local law enforcement officials.

President Pat Sams was able to sit down with Keitha Nelson on First Coast News.

Youth Empowerment Training Program