Las Vegas Chapter
Welcome to the
Las Vegas Chapter
Since being founded in 1992, the Las Vegas Chapter of Jack and Jill of America Incorporated endeavors have supported the betterment of children through community service, national activism and philanthropic giving. We are 32 mothers that are committed to impacting the lives of children and families throughout the Las Vegas Valley.
The Las Vegas Chapter strives for excellence in programming. We develop social, cultural and educational programming for our families as well as our local community. In addition, we deliver programs in support of our National Programmatic Thrusts in an effort to "make a difference" in the lives of all children.
Jack and Jill of America Inc.
“To us as mothers, [Jack and Jill] has become a means of furthering an inherent and natural desire …to bestow upon our children all the opportunities possible for a normal and graceful approach to a beautiful adulthood.” – Marion Stubbs Thomas
Today with 230+ chapters nationally, our organization remains dedicated to nurturing our children, the African American leaders of the future.
Message from our President
On behalf of the lovely, leading ladies of the Las Vegas Chapter of Jack & Jill of America, Inc., I welcome to you to our website and thank you for your interest in learning more about our chapter.
Jack and Jill of America, Inc. is membership organization of mothers with children ages 2 to 19, dedicated to nurturing future African-American leaders through leadership development, volunteer service, philanthropic giving and civic duty.
The organization was founded in 1938 and now represents more than 40,000 family members.
The Las Vegas Chapter has been committed to making a difference since our chartering in 1992. Our mother members lead the way by providing our children inspiring and educational activities in leadership development, cultural awareness, legislative advocacy, and community service. The betterment of the lives of all children is our mission and we are focused and committed to nurturing future servant leaders who will positively impact our world.
I am honored to serve as the 17th President of the Las Vegas chapter, and will continue the tradition of dynamic women who have led previously led and cultivated this chapter to it’s meaningful role in the southern Nevada community.
We hope you enjoy our website and learn more about how we work, play, and live together to make our community better for all children.
Sandra Douglass Morgan
President, Las Vegas Chapter