The TCS Junior Board
The TCS Junior Board is a dynamic group of students and young professionals in their 20s and 30s dedicated to mental health advocacy and volunteering their time, talents, and energy to raise critical funds for Trinity Counseling Service. Members have the unique opportunity to serve as advocates for TCS’s mission to provide high quality mental health services to all in our community, while advancing their personal, professional, and leadership goals.
The TCS Junior Board works closely with the TCS board and staff, as well as mental health advocates and organizations throughout the greater Princeton area to bring mental health programming into our community. The Junior Board hosts one major fundraising event each year, and all members serve on at least one sub-committee. Each member is expected to raise enough funds to support one individual or family through counseling at TCS each year, approximately $1000. This can be raised during the annual Junior Board event, through personal contributions, a recurring monthly gift, peer-to-peer fundraising, or through the solicitation of corporate sponsorship for TCS.
Benefits of Membership:
- Entrepreneurial opportunity to raise meaningful dollars to support mental health services for hundreds of adults, children and families in our community
- Opportunity to hone skills in board governance, event planning, fundraising, advocacy, and cause marketing, to name a few
- Ability to meet, mingle and work (and have fun) with other like-minded peers
- Direct pipeline to opportunities to join the Board of Directors at one of Princeton’s oldest mental health institutions
The 2nd Annual Summer Soiree, taking place on June 23rd, aims to raise funds in support of TCS’ mental health services and to raise awareness about the importance of mental health services for all those in our community. The Soiree celebrates all those who seek counseling as a way of supporting their health and wellness.
To learn more about joining the Junior Board, please email Amanda Blount, Director of Development & Communications.