ABOUT OUR ORGANIZATON
The objectives of Jack and Jill of America, Incorporated are to “create a medium of contact for children which will stimulate growth and development and provide children constructive educational, cultural, civic, health, recreational and social programs.
Our Baltimore Chapter delivers and focuses on initiatives that will equip our members and youth with the power to make a difference in communities and in the lives of children around the country.
A WARM WELCOME
From the Baltimore Chapter
We are loving, honoring, and congratulating our graduating Senior Teens! Blessings and best wishes to them all from your Baltimore Jack and Jill Chapter Mom.
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A MESSAGE FROM OUR CHAPTER PRESIDENT
Angela Ginn Meadow
Welcome to the 2023-2025 Program Year! As the Baltimore Chapter enters into our 78th year, I am pleased to serve alongside you as we work to enhance the lives of our children and the children within our community.
One of the hallmarks of Jack and Jill is its emphasis on youth development with our youth leadership programs.
Whether it is through skill enhancement, financial literacy or volunteer opportunities, this organization has become a national model for creating effective programs. Jack and Jill has taken ownership in responsibility for developing future leaders who possess the skills to be world leaders.
Teen Leadership Development
The Jacqueline Moore Bowles Leadership Module is comprised of 16 modules providing the necessary skills required to effectively lead in a constantly changing society.
We represent more than 40,000 family members, and more than 10,000 members who serve their communities in 37 states and the District of Columbia. We work in a variety of capacities to include stay-at-home mothers, teachers, lawyers, doctors, ministers and leaders of industry with the belief that we can make a difference in the lives of children and families. We serve to make a change, actively engaging with our national and local partners.
It is important that youth learn fiscal responsibility at an early age. Jack and Jill’s financial literacy modules offer youth ages 6-19 an opportunity to participate in mock stock market simulations, basic financial training and real-world approaches in learning the principles of responsible money management firsthand.
P.O. Box 465
Baltimore, Maryland 21203