Jackson Service League

We are a group of women dedicated to fostering interest among its members in the economic, education and civic conditions of the community and to make efficient their volunteer service.

The Jackson Service League was founded in 1952 by a group of 17 women dedicated to serving their community. In it’s 62 years the JSL has logged in over 25,000 hours of community service.

The League is dedicated to also making an impact in the community with the Jackson Service League Community Grant.


2014 Recipients of the JSL Community Grant:

  • CASA
  • ARM
  • Care Center
  • Dream Center
  • Youth TOwn
  • Hands Up
  • RIFA





Congratulations to our 2014 Provisionals:  Laura Byrd, Carrie Brown-Campbell, Jamie Deaton, Jenny Dennison, Jen Free, Ashley Kozlowitz, Autumn Measley, Emily Smith, Beth Spencer, Nicole Spore, and Lucy Stembridge.

How to join the Jackson Service League

To become a Prospective Provisional Member, you must be proposed by an Active Member of the League. Two additional Proposer signatures are required and can be from active or sustaining members. If you do not have a Proposer, send an email to jacksontnserviceleague@gmail.com.  Click here for the application!This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Member Requirements: Members of the League are required to attend monthly meetings (from August-May) occurring on the third Tuesday of each month. Each member must complete a minimum number of service hours including 25-30 hours for the Annual Thrift Sale.