Peer Helpers not only assist classmates by listening empathetically, providing options for making healthy choices, becoming advocates, and helping them get involved in campus life.
The Jennifer Claire Moore Foundation produces the annual National Peer Program Conference to provide National Association of Peer Program Professionals certified training for current and future adult Peer Program Coordinators.
The Foundation’s primary fundraiser is the annual Professional Rodeo, an award-winning Professional Cowboy Association event held each year in August.
The Jennifer Claire Moore Foundation provides training, funding and support for Peer Helper Programs. The Foundation supports 46 Peer Helper Programs in schools across Baldwin County, AL. These schools are all 42 Baldwin County Public elementary, intermediate, middle and high schools, C.F. Taylor Alternative School, Alabama Gulf Coast Christian Academy, Bayside Academy and Saint Benedict Catholic School. Over 1,00 Peer Helpers serve a combined population of nearly 30,000 students.
Providing youth with the knowledge, resources and confidence to successfully navigate the pressures of day-to-day life.