Project Education: An Open Letter to My Younger Self for the Montego Bay Home for Girls, also knows as Melody House girls. Chapter sorors and Morris Brown College sorors celebrating their 25th anniversary wrote and read letters of their younger self, providing advice and encouragement to the teenage girls living in the home.
We provide school shoes, backpacks, textbooks, and other educational supplies for children attending Cambridge Basic School and others; facilitate workshops and give donations to teens mothers of Mary's Child; and partner with community organizations on educational webinars.
Sorors participated in the Giving While Social Distancing project that donated money to Eve for Life, Food for the Poor, and the Montego Bay Home for Girls to help with the COVID-19 pandemic. Jamaica's largest newspaper, The Gleaner covered the activity.
For Worlds AIDS Day, visiting sorors from the Southwest Region's East Harris Chambers Liberty County Alumnae Chapter and others joined us to work with the Eve for Life for Annual Health Expo.
We have continuously had representation at the annual Delta Days in the Nation’s Capital and Delta Days at the United Nations. These are sorors from the Southwest Region lead by Regional Director Michelle Brown attending the 2020 DDNC.
JAC has an active social media awareness campaign on our JAC Facebook Page to provide information and updates for American citizens living in Jamaica to complete the 2020 Census and Absentee Voting ballots. We also provide updates on pertinent information to sorors using our WhatsApp SisterCircle group.
We Are Better Together
The Invisible Ties Between Sisters Are The Strongest Bonds - unknown