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President's Message
Patricia Cooper

I am thrilled that you took time to learn more about our beloved Nassau County Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Incorporated. It is with honor and humility that I serve as president of this fabulous group of mothers. More than our careers as educators, work at home moms, physicians, attorneys, dentists, engineers, social workers, judges, entrepreneurs and so much more, we are mothers of amazing children who are committed to ensuring that our children achieve and excel.

Nationally, since its inception in 1938, the Mothers of Jack and Jill of America, Incorporated have been dedicated to excellence in education, community service, and social responsibility for opportunities for youth between the ages of 2 and 19. The mission of Jack and Jill of America, Incorporated is accomplished through diverse programs focused on leadership development, cultural exposure, community service, legislative advocacy, and philanthropic giving. The 2022-2024 National theme is “The Power to Make a Difference.”

Locally, the Nassau County Chapter was founded in 1958 and takes pride in its sixty-four year legacy of leadership, service and commitment to the Nassau County, Long Island community.  Our chapter is committed to fulfilling the mission of Jack and Jill of America, Incorporated.    


Explore our website where you will find more information about our chapter history, events, and achievements. We are sixty-four active chapter members unified in our goals to uplift and empower our children, all children, and our communities.


Membership and Programming are the Heart and Soul of Jack and Jill.  The theme for our chapter this 2022-2023 program year is HEART as SOULS!

Helping our Jacks & Jills

Excel and



Together as


Operating in

Unity and



We update our website periodically, so be sure to visit often to learn more about our signature events, programs, and community involvement. Thank you so much.

In service to all children,


Patricia Cooper

27th Chapter President

Jack and Jill of America, Inc.

Nassau County Chapter

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