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 of $16.36. Not to mention that 67.31% of these new employees are eligible for benefits.

This is a big impact in their life and their journey on their path to success.

The Mesa office had the best month they’ve seen since opening the office. The new Employment Specialists Char-lee, Brady, and Blake have been learning alongside Michelle and Ryan. As a team, they were able to help 218 clients gain employment last month.

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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