NATIONAL CARE PROJECT
Since Junior Auxiliary gives primary consideration to children, each Chapter is required to have at least one Child Welfare Project for which it has full administrative responsibility. There are two basic requirements: The project must provide one more of the basic necessities of life such as food, clothing, shelter, and/or emotional support There must be an ongoing relationship and commitment established between the Chapter members and the recipient
Hammond’s Project Junior Auxiliary of Hammond has adopted a young person in need and has held a positive relationship with the child and the child’s family. Junior Auxiliary of Hammond has provided this individual school uniforms, Christmas presents, school supplies, textbooks and tuition to summer camps at Southeastern Louisiana University. These items presented to the child in need by Junior Auxiliary were given in the hopes of making a difference in a young child’s life while promoting the importance of education.