WELCOME TO THE birthplace of reggae music, Bob Marley, the world's fastest sprinters USAIN BOLT, Blue Mountain coffee, friendly people, beautiful beaches, majestic waterfalls and delicous food.
we, at jac, are thankful to serve the community and experience it all with sorors near and far.
This is How We Collaborate and Serve
A Sneak Peek of the New Orleans Alumnae Chapter Misssion Trip
"Wi likkle but wi tallewah” patois expression meaning although we are small, we are powerful. Chartered in 2004, the Jamaica Alumnae Chapter ‘s(JAC) impact is strong serving the entire island of 2.7 million that has an average monthly wage of $400 USD. Our members are a beautiful mix of Jamaican-born sorors, some with Jamaican roots, and Americans who love and live in the country. JAC continues to build on our collaborative partnerships with several organizations to meet the needs of Jamaicans islandwide. We do this through various programs, projects and partnerships facilitated by sorors who live in Kingston, Montego Bay and Negril which allows us to cover the island.
The beauty of Jamaica and the loving nature of its people, make it easy for sorors to visit the island. It is no surprise that our Chapter has hosted Delta sorors from more than 10 chapters and upwards of 200 members throughout the year coming on a mission to serve. We welcome every opportunity to connect, serve and celebrate our sisterhood.