The members of the Western Cook County Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc. welcome you to our chapter website. It is designed to help you to learn more about our history, educate you on our programming, share our successes and aid you as we live our theme: “The Power to Make a Difference”. Jack and Jill of America’s objectives are to create a medium of contact for children which stimulate growth anddevelopment through constructive educational, cultural, civic and recreational, health and social programs.
In 1980, 15 mothers formed the provisional chapter of Western Cook County (Illinois). These women recognized that there was no Jack and Jill chapter in the area and no organization of its kind which met the cultural, civic, and social needs of African American families.The Western Cook County Chapter (WCCC) worked as a provisional chapter from 1980 to 1983.