APS Grants Aid West Valley Nonprofits
This article originally appeared in Independent Newsmedia. Grants to support homelessness, employment, education programs Arizona Public Service Co., in partnership with the Arizona Community Foundation, has announced the recipients of its 2022 West Valley Grants Program, in which eligible nonprofits
Our Youth Employment and Resources Program Helps Teens Navigate Entry Into Workforce
St. Joseph the Worker offers a youth program called Youth Employment and Resources. This program serves youth primarily ages 15-25 years old. Through this program, we help teens and young adults become employable and employed, so that they never fall into the troubling demographic ofdisconnected
July Was Another Terrific Month For Our Community!
We believe the only way out of poverty is a paycheck and July was a great month for our community! July was another terrific month! Because of you, we served 766 clients in July. Of those 766 individuals, 614 are
We’re Hiring: A Chief Executive Officer and A Human Resources Manager
For over 33 years, St. Joseph the Worker has been focused on employment as a solution to homelessness and poverty. Our staff is passionate about seeing our clients succeed in life through becoming and staying employed. Working as a part
June Was A Record-Setting Month For Our Community!
We believe the only way out of poverty is a paycheck and June was a record-setting month for our community! June was an AMAZING month. We were able to assist more clients gain and retain employment than any other month in
St. Joseph The Worker Awarded $250,000 Grant From The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation
St. Joseph the Worker is pleased to announce a $250,000 grant from The Bob & Renee Parsons Foundation. The funding will support our Workforce Villages program, which works to eliminate housing barriers for employed individuals experiencing homelessness. “The truth is,
May was a great month for our community!
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
SJW Receives $65,000 Grant from Bank of America
Bank of America gives out 1.5 million dollars to Valley nonprofits, including St. Joseph the Worker. … Read More
Brent Downs Resigns As CEO of 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