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Ohio's Safe Haven For Newborns
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The Women's Auxiliary Board of Summit County Children Services was the first auxiliary in the nation for a public welfare agency. Formed in 1948, under the leadership of then superintendent Hilda Marvel and civic leaders Betty Jaycox and Eleanor Voke, more than 100 women were recruited who were committed to bettering the lives of children served by the agency. That commitment is still strong to the more than 80 members today. The WAB is dedicated to enriching the lives of the abused, neglected, and dependent children who come under the care and custody of Summit County Children Services or are the recipients of agency care. “These Children Are Our Children” are the words these women live by. Membership in WAB is open to any woman who subscribes to the mission and is committed to helping the children of Summit County. For information on becoming a member, contact Mary Lou Rosinski at (330) 688-3595.
Here are examples of volunteer work and projects in recent years:
The WAB also actively seeks grant funding from community foundations and other local funding sources to financially support a variety of projects and programs to benefit the children and families served by Summit County Children Services.
Officers for the 2016-2017 Biennium are:
Click here for an informational brochure.
For more information about the Women's Auxiliary Board of Summit County Children Services, please call (330) 379-1994.