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Jack and Jill of America, Inc. (JJOA) is a membership organization of mothers with children ages 2–19 that aims to develop future African American leaders.

Membership can be obtained via legacy status or via invitation


Membership Via Invitation 


We appreciate your desire to join our organization.  Prospective members must be sponsored by a current member in good standing of the Prince George's County Chapter of Jack and Jill.   We encourage interested mothers to make contact with Jack and Jill members in their local communities to learn about specific membership guidelines and procedures. If you are unfamiliar with any current members of our chapter you may choose to network with others in your community to gain contact with a chapter member. Please be aware that membership intake is at the sole discretion of each chapter.  Obtaining a sponsor does not guarantee intake into the organization.  For further information about membership please contact our Vice President, Maya Garrett Loggins at

Legacy Membership

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. If you are a Legacy and desire to become a member of Jack and Jill of America, Incorporated, you can obtain the Legacy Membership Request form on the Jack and Jill of America, Inc. website at:

The deadline for submission of a Legacy application to the National Headquarters is January 31st.

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