Legacy status is granted to each child (male or female) who graduates from a Jack and Jill Chapter and whose mother is a member in good standing at the time of the child’s graduation from the chapter, and meets the other criteria for membership. The deadline for submitting a request for Legacy Membership is January 31st. Legacy forms can be obtained from our National Office.
Associate members are those mothers whose children have graduated from the program in good standing.
A mother whose youngest child has graduated from high school or has reached the 20th birthday may apply in writing to the Executive Board for associate membership. The mother completes tenure in good standing by paying the national and regional per capita tax and any fees upon which the Chapter and associates mutually agree.
An associate member may choose to affiliate with an associate group of a nearby chapter, if the Chapter does not have an associates group. If the Chapter does have an associates group, then an associate liaison will help to recruit tenured mothers and disseminate associate information to members of the group. The associate membership will fall under the responsibilities of the Vice President.
About Our Membership
Jack and Jill of America, Inc. is a membership organization of mothers with children ages 2 to 19, dedicated to nurturing future leaders by supporting children through leadership development, volunteer service, philanthropic giving and civic duty. Jack and Jill is divided into 235 local chapters within 7 geographical regions in the United States.
Membership in Jack and Jill is obtained via legacy status or via invitation
Prospective Mothers and their families will be invited to attend select open chapter activities. Invitation to these activities is intended to provide interested mothers with opportunities to get acquainted with members of the Baltimore Chapter but does not guarantee membership into the organization. Invitation to membership is extended after the chapter voting process. Accepted prospective members are required to meet financial obligations and attend member orientation prior to initiation into the Baltimore Chapter.
While mothers hold the membership in Jack and Jill of America, Inc., we realize that fathers play a vital role in helping to achieve our mission. We encourage the involvement of fathers at every level of the organization to assist mothers in delivering programming that stimulates the growth and development of our children and all children. As evidence of our belief in the importance of fathers to our organization, the Fathers Auxiliary is one of only three designated standing committees in our organization.
P.O. Box 465
Baltimore, Maryland 21203