Greetings from the Charleston Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Incorporated:
It is with great humility and honor that I serve in the capacity of chapter’s 35th president. Continuing the legacy set forth by our founders, we diligently strive to cultivate youth as leaders within our communities. We pride ourselves in implementing the mission and objectives of our national organization aimed at instilling cultural, educational, health, civic, and recreational growth opportunities for children. Through this innovative programming, our impact has been felt on local and national levels.
Founded in 1954, The Charleston Chapter is proud to be a Five (5) Star Chapter for operating in excellence in the five crucial aspects of the organization such as programming, financial management, membership engagement, community service/philanthropy and chapter operations. Jack and Jill of America, Incorporated has grown to represent the largest African American family organization with over 12,000 members and associates, 40,000 families and 239 chapters.
We encourage your exploration of our website to gain a stronger sense of who we are and what we do to improve the lives of all children in the Lowcountry and nationally through our support of the Jack and Jill Foundation.
In Pink & Blue Service,
Tiffany R. Spann-Wilder