National Service Project: The Thompson Family – The Thompson quintuplets were born May 8, 1997 and are the beneficiaries of a National Service Project since 1998. Jack and Jill of America made the commitment to assist the children until they are adults.
National Youth Service Recognition – Community service is the hallmark of a servant leader and is the underpinning of the Jack and Jill of America philosophy of leadership development. For this reason, Jack and Jill youth across the country that complete at least 25 hours of community service receive certificates of recognition.
National Day of Service -held each January to make a difference in the community.
National Legislative Advocacy – Jack and Jill of America has long recognized that in order to maintain a level playing field, it is critical that we have the freedom to speak in support or opposition of policies/practices.“On The Hill Summit” in Washington DC provides our youth opportunities to participate in legislative workshops, exposure to their Congressional Representatives, on Capitoll Hill, and encourages ongoing discussion of their roles as leaders in the community and the nation.
National Programming Thrusts- As a compliment to the programming delivered at the chapter level, the National Programmitic Thrusts focuses on initiatives that will equip our members and you with the Power to make a difference in the pur chapters and in lives of children ariund and the country.