Junior Auxiliary gives primary consideration to children, each chapter is required to have at least one Child Welfare Service Project for which it has full administrative responsibility. The objective of this project is to break the cycle of dependency, whether it be physical or emotional. There are two basic requirements:
- The project must provide one or more of the basic necessities of life: food, clothing, shelter, and/or emotional support.
- There must be an ongoing relationship and commitment established between the chapter member or members and the recipient(s).
The Junior Auxiliary of Tipton County is pleased to introducing the 2018-2019 Child Welfare Project, Parenting 2.0. The chapter will aim to equip adults who have found themselves raising grandchildren with relevant information for 2nd generation parenting.
For more information on this project, please email JATCProjects@gmail.com
The Junior Auxiliary of Tipton County won the Louise Eskrigge Crump Child Welfare Award for the 2017-2018 Crown GEM Child Welfare Service Project focusing on young mothers. The Louise Eskrigge Crump Child Welfare Award reaffirms the underlying National Association of Junior Auxiliares purpose of working with children. This award is presented annually to the Chapter judged to be outstanding inits contribution to the well-being of a child, children or family. It may be a new project or an old project reaching its peak of effectiveness.