Junior Auxiliary gives primary consideration to children, therefore requiring each chapter to have at least one Child Welfare Project for which it has full administrative responsibility. Project must provide one more of the basic necessities of life such as food, clothing, shelter, and/or emotional support; and  ​there must be an ongoing relationship and commitment established between the Chapter members and the recipient to qualify. Along with the Child Welfare Project, the National Association of Junior Auxiliary’s develops a National Focus – our current focus is “keeping it real in a virtual world”.

Each year the Junior Auxiliary of Tipton County develops projects based upon the Child Welfare Project and the National Focus,and evaluates our community’s needs to focus our year’s work. 

2017-2018 Service Projects

Crown GEMSThis year long project will serve as the chapter's Child Welfare Project. Working directly with teenage mothers (expectant or new) we will provide monthly classes that will focus on four main topics: guidance, empowerment, motivation, and success.
UnpluggedJuly 22 @ Drummonds Playground and Park
Serving as our National Focus Project, we will organize a fun-filled day of play with children to help them "unplug" from technology and enjoy the great outdoors. This event is free and open to the public.
S.W.A.G. BagsThis project aims to boost self-confidence of middle school students by providing them with hygiene bags filled with essentials to practice personal care.
Crown ClubMentoring the next generation of female leaders. This club is for high school young women so share our mission in helping the children of our community.
Snack PacksProviding supplemental food to school-age children weekly throughout Tipton County.
Munford CelebratesSeptember 16 @ Munford
Join us for a fun craft and learn more about the work Junior Auxiliary is performing in Tipton County.
Heritage Day September 26 @Covington Square
Make sure to stop by the JA Booth for fun and crafts, and information on how we are creating a better Tipton.
Atoka Safe Night OutOctober 31 @ Nancy Lane Park
Enjoy a spooky evening complete with a hayride and haunted house! Bring can goods for your "entry" and to help fill our Thanksgiving baskets.
Thanksgiving BasketsGiving thanks throughout Tipton by providing turkey and all the fixing to families in need.
Christmas HelpersHelping Santa spread Christmas cheer to children in need.
Teacher Gift Card GiveawaySupporting those who are teaching the future!
FedEx Family HouseAssisting families staying the FedEx Family House.
Food Pantry Members serve at Bread of Life Community Outreach Ministry Food Pantry throughout the year.