Transforming Lives Through Employment

St. Joseph the Worker helps individuals return to the workforce and become self-sufficient, productive members of society.


St. Joseph the Worker is committed to coming out of this pandemic strong, financially sound, and firmly employed.

We are committed to remaining open to continue to connect individuals and families in Arizona with employment to the fullest of our extent, as long as we have the funding to do so. SJW is committed to the job seekers in our community and want to make sure that our support community understands that we cannot do this alone – as a community-funded organization, we need you as our community to help us help others help themselves, and in turn the entire economy and state of Arizona.

If you are in need of employment services please call 602-584-5511 or email 5800sjw@sjwjobs.org

If you would like to speak to someone regarding donations or supporting SJW at this time, please call Katie Thorson at 602-689-2110 or email kthorson@sjwjobs.org

We thank you for your understanding and support during this time.

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St. Joseph the Worker’s mission is to help remove barriers by providing the resources necessary to gain and maintain employment. We offer our clients a hand up, not a handout — building on their strengths and helping to reduce or eliminate any barriers to employment.

  • Eleven years ago, Sundt Construction, Inc. founded Thirst Aid, which has grown into a valley-wide water and heat-relief drive to benefit not only clients of SJW's, but also the thousands of clients who visit the Human Services Campus in downtown Phoenix each summer.

    To learn more about how you can help, visit: www.sjwjobs.org/thirst-aid/
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    June 1st  ·  

    Sundt Construction, Inc. is one of St. Joseph the Worker's most beloved community partners. Their loyal support over the years has truly meant the world to us!

    Eleven years ago, Sundt founded Thirst Aid, which by now has grown into a valley-wide water and heat-relief drive to benefit not only clients of SJW's, but also the thousands of clients who visit the Human Services Campus in downtown Phoenix each summer. Sundt has donated 1.5 MILLION bottles of water to individuals in need. Additionally, Sundt's employees and vendors raise funds to go toward the purchase of general heat-relief resources to ensure SJW's job-seekers stay healthy and employable throughout the summer.

    This year, to help combat the threat of Covid-19, Sundt took their generosity one step further and donated a load of hand sanitizer, disinfectant, and cleaning wipes to protect vulnerable individuals on campus! Thank you, Sundt!
    To learn more, visit: www.sjwjobs.org/thirst-aid/
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    May 29th  ·  

    Did you know that every time you shop at Fry's a portion of your sale comes directly to SJW? And guess what, it's free to sign up! Click the link below to either login or create your Fry's V.I.P online account, and use the organization number 45755. ow.ly/REqjC ... See MoreSee Less

    May 27th  ·  

    Congratulations to some of our recent bell ringers! Employment services are more crucial now than ever before. As long as we have funding, St. Joseph the Worker will remain committed to helping our community get through this time of crisis strong, financially-sound, and firmly employed.

    We are 100% community-funded. Please consider donating. Every dollar helps. bit.ly/3feyxGN
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    May 26th  ·  

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