The inspiring story of Job’s Daughters
Job’s Daughters is an international youth organization for young women ages 10-20. Founded in 1920, the organization was started to provide a social, fraternal, and educational environment for young women, guided by the principles expressed in the Biblical story of Job, the father of ten daughters. Job’s Daughters teaches members the importance of giving, respect, reverence and charity through a variety of fun and educational activities.
Learning core values
Job’s Daughters offers young women an opportunity to learn valuable lessons and life skills while developing strong leadership and citizenship skills. The organization provides a safe, moral, and spiritual environment to help young women grow and develop into confident and contributing members of the community. Members of Job’s Daughters are encouraged to be leaders in their church, school, and community.
Job’s Daughters offers a variety of activities through its local chapters, such as:
- Group-wide ceremonies and activities such as Grand Honors and field trips
- Fund-raising events such as car washes and bake sales
- Participating in their local communities, such as volunteering to help with food drives or performing community service
- Social activities such as parties and dances
- Leadership activities that involve talking in front of a live audience and learning parliamentary procedure
Members of Job’s Daughters also contribute to the community and support various charitable causes, such as:
- Donating time and money to local charities, hospitals and Ronald McDonald Houses
- Organizing and delivering holiday baskets for the needy
- Supporting missionary programs
- Purchasing books for libraries and hospitals
- Promoting literacy and education through scholarships
Job’s Daughters is an international organization with over 32,000 members in more than 500 cities in 14 countries around the world. It is truly an inspiring organization and is a unique opportunity for young women to learn, grow and make a difference in their communities.