Phoenix Chapter Programs


The days when Black students couldn't attend the college of their choice are long gone, but the legacy and culture of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities built expressly for the edification of Black students lives on and HBCUs are still some of our most treasured national gems. The Phoenix Chapter of  Jack and Jill is proud to partner with First Institutional Baptist Church in bringing HBCU Excellence to the Valley for a College Prep Workshop. 

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The Annual Living History Awards program is presented by Jack & Jill of America, Inc. Phoenix Chapter in collaboration with the Phoenix Chapter of The Links, Inc., and Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity's Gamma Mu Boule of Phoenix.  Every year, the program exposes Phoenix area youth to prominent African American figures in the arts, sciences and other disciplines through a series of educational enrichment activities.


The 2019 Living History Program will be held on Saturday February 16.



The Father Daughter dance helps provide an opportunity for Dads and Father figures to celebrate their love for their daughters and set positive examples of how their daughter should be treated on a date. This is one of those few events that will allow fathers and daughters to share special memories for many years to come.

This year's dance will be held on November 24, 2018 at the Carver Museum. For tickets visit Eventbrite HERE.

Questions? Email the Father's Auxiliary dance committee here