Job’s Daughters is a great place for girls to bloom.



Job’s Daughters provides a variety of opportunities for it’s members to lead.



Job’s Daughters assists it’s members soar via scholarships, philanthropy and community service.

Hearing Impaired Kids Endowment

HIKE stands for the Hearing Impaired Kids Endowment Fund.  HIKE is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization – created by Job’s Daughters, and has been in existence for 26 years.  The Fund provides hearing devices for children whith hearing losses between the ages of newborn and twenty years, whose parents are unable to meet this special need financially.  The Fund has awarded many types of devices including, but not limited to, hearing aids, FM systems, closed caption converters, tactile unites, alerting systems, and specialized sports equiptment, to aid children with hearing loss in communication.  Approximately 100 children are provided with funds for hearing devices each year!  The Job’s Daughters throughout the United States hold events such as 5ks, walk-a-thons, bowl-a-thons, dance-a-thons, penny wars and more to raise funds for HIKE!!!  Learn more at


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    Adult Volunteer

    Alexis is a Certifed Adult Volunteer for Job’s Daughters.  She has been a Professional Fundraiser for 6 years, with her CFRE (certified fundraising professional.)  Alexis chose her career because of her 10 yrs. of Jobie experiences -event planning and fundriaisng for HIKE and other service projects! 

  • Spotlight Jobie 16-20

    Jobie (16-20 yrs old)

    My name is Abbi, I am 16 years old, and from Racine, Wisconsin.  I am in Bethel #22 and have been in Job’s Daughters for 6 years! It has been the time of my life with the girls in the organization; my “sisters” could not be anymore supportive of me. My favorite part of being [...]

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    Jobie (10-15 yrs old)

    Kailee is in 4th grade, and won her school Spelling Bee!  She says, her favorite thing about Jobies is the FUN events!