If you are interested in becoming a member of Jack and Jill of America, Inc., you must be sponsored by a member(s) of the local chapter. Mothers, Legal Guardians, or custodial caretakers with children between the ages of two (2) years through the nineteenth (19) year may hold active membership in Jack and Jill of America, Inc. You will be invited to attend a meeting where pertinent information, such as the qualifications, cost, selection process, and other information will be discussed.
An individual meeting all requirements and qualifications must then be approved by chapter vote to complete the selection process. Each chapter is autonomous and has specific criteria for sponsoring new members.
If you are a child or the spouse of a child whose mother graduated from a chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. in good standing and you meet the other criteria for membership, you are eligible for membership as a Legacy Member. Legacy forms can be obtained from our National Office.