Thank you for visiting the website of the Raleigh-Wake Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc., the oldest and largest African American family organization in the United States. From the inception of Jack & Jill of America in 1938 to the present day, our overarching theme and goal is to groom well-adjusted young people and prepare them to become future leaders.
Over the past 65 years, the Raleigh-Wake Chapter has become an integral part of the Wake County community. We have been committed to exposing children to educational and cultural opportunities, extolling the importance of community service, helping them develop leadership skills and life-long friendships. We are focused on supporting our National Theme: "The Power to Make A Difference" in our chapters, communities and in the lives of children around the country. We are excited about our upcoming programming year as we encourage our youth to increase their level of community service and to develop their leadership skills.
As proud member mothers of this premier organization, we invite you to tour our site to learn more about Jack and Jill of America, Inc. and the Mid-Atlantic region's shining star, the Raleigh-Wake Chapter.
70 Years of Excellence!