Job’s Daughters of Manitoba

. . . is an organization of young women between the ages of 10 and 20 who are related to a Master Mason or sponsored by a Master Mason and Majority Member, and share a common bond. We have members in Canada, the United States, Australia, Brazil, and the Philippines. We have fun together at activities such as swimming parties, dances, family picnics, slumber parties, miniature golf, marching in parades, travel . . . well, you get the picture.
What Jobies offer . . .
– By working closely together, you will make new friends that will last a lifetime.
– We also help others. Throughout the year, we perform service projects to help our community, the less fortunate, and other charities. We actively support the Hearing Impaired Kids Equipment (HIKE) Fund, which purchases hearing assistive devices for hearing impaired children.
– We learn leadership. By holding various offices in Job’s Daughters and planning fundraising and community activities, you will gain valuable leadership experience, be a part of a team, and learn democratic principles.
– Job’s Daughters can qualify for various scholarships that are offered on a province-wide and a national level.
BUT MOST OF ALL . . . We are here to have fun, and make lasting friendships
In Job’s Daughters International, each member has an opportunity to:
BLOOM: You are a valued member of the group, you plan and participate in Bethel activities and you engage in discussions during meetings.
LEAD: You assume leadership responsibilities, you mentor fellow members, and you learn how to run successful activities.
SOAR: You prepare for adult roles, you use skills learned in Job’s Daughters to serve others in the community and you develop networking relationships.
All Job’s Daughters are members of a local chapter called a Bethel. Members of a Bethel elect their own officers, decide their own activities, and plan their own events. In short, Job’s Daughters International offers the qualities that today’s young women want and need from organizations that earn their commitment . . . fun, friendship, helping others, and the chance to learn organizational and leadership skills.