We believe the only way out of poverty is a paycheck and May was a great month for our community! Because of you, 733 clients were served in May. Of those 733 individuals, 572 are now employed and earning an average wage of $16.36. Not to mention that 67.31% of these new employees are eligible for benefits….
Bank of America gives out 1.5 million dollars to Valley nonprofits, including St. Joseph the Worker.
Brent Downs has resigned as CEO of St. Joseph the Worker to pursue other opportunities. Over the last 10 years in his role, Brent significantly grew our organization to meet the needs of the community. Brent’s passion for serving those in need truly embodied what SJW is all about. We wish Brent nothing but the…
In order to have the largest reach possible, St. Joseph the Worker needed to meet teens and young adults where they are. So where does this age range spend their time? The team thought apps and smartphones were a good place to start.
St. Joseph the Worker Awarded Over $2 Million in Grant from Maricopa County through the federal American Rescue Plan Act funding.
JP Morgan Chase Partners with SJW for “Second Chance” hiring efforts in Phoenix.
Dean Scheinert is brought on as Chief Operating Officer at St. Joseph the Worker. He brings many years of experience and leadership to the organization.
Brent Downs, executive director of St. Joseph the Worker, has seen it all.
In his 20s, Downs, a Louisiana native…
From 7:30 to 8:30 a.m., Friday, Sept. 24, St. Joseph the Worker will host its seventh annual Celebration of the Worker Breakfast event.
Watch Brent Downs talk about SJW’s Back to Work program on AZ Family News.
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