December Community Impact

We believe the only way out of poverty is a paycheck and December was a great month for our community.

Because of you, 632 clients were served in December. Of those 632 individuals, 417 are now employed and earning an average wage of $16.74. Not to mention that 84 percent of these new employees are eligible for benefits!

This is a big impact in their life and their journey on their path to success. And, compared to last December, we saw 100 more clients this past month which demonstrates significant growth.

Our clients are our reason why we do this critical work. Thank you for your continued support of our mission here at St. Joseph the Worker!

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