Our Junior Auxiliary Program members volunteer their time to promote the mission of Joseph’s House by assisting with programs and activities for our home and providing witness to our faith and values.

Junior Auxiliary Members



Junior Auxiliary Program Co-founder

Mairead is a junior at Bishop Ludden High School and is involved with golf, band, student government, yearbook, and ski club. She works at Gannon’s Ice Cream and Lourdes Camp. Mairead has been involved with Joseph House for over a year and loves helping the moms and the babies.



Junior Auxiliary Program Co-founder

Madison is a junior at Bishop Ludden and has been involved with Joseph's House for over a year. In addition to Joseph's House, Madison is involved in her parish and she is a part of National Honor Society, yearbook, student ambassadors club, and ski club. Madison is a part of her school’s volleyball and golf team, enjoys skiing in the winter, and working at Gannon’s Isle in the summer! But most of all, Madison loves spending time at Joseph's House with the moms and children whenever she can.



Hannah is a senior at West Genesee High School. She is active in her school dance program and is a member of the National Honor Society for Arts and Dance. She participates on a travel dance team and has travelled the United States competing. She enjoys volunteering at Joseph's House and has been with us for two years. After graduation, Hannah plans on attending college for computer science.



Erin is the youngest of six children and a sophomore at West Genesee High School. She is a member of the Varsity Cross Country Team along with Indoor and Outdoor Track. Erin is an active member of Holy Family Parish with the Life Teen Youth Group. In addition to her school work and sports, she participates in volunteer opportunities as often as possible through church and school. Erin is passionate about her volunteer work with Joseph's House and enjoys helping our moms and babies. She hopes to pursue a degree in a profession where she can work with children.

Becoming a Member

The values required to become a member of this youth program include an understanding of the dignity, respect, and unconditional acceptance of all people as well as a passion for the sanctity of life and the works of Joseph’s House. Members are expected to be active participants, attend all meetings and activities to which they commit, as well as participate in quarterly events at Joseph’s House. 

If you are interested in volunteering your time as a Joseph's House Junior Auxiliary Member, please send us an email to get involved.