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

We are thrilled to announce the close of our most successful fiscal year to date at SJW! The 2016-2017 numbers speak for themselves:

    • 3,883 dedicated SJW clients obtained new employment
    • The average starting pay was $11.27 an hour
    • 42% of the jobs offered benefits

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  • Liv DeMarse was kind enough to set up a limeade and lemonade stand that would benefit the many clients at St. Joseph the Worker. It even looks like she had a few helpers...including SJW's furry friend Reggie! Thank you so much Liv for all of your help. It's will the support of our wonderful donors like you that allows St. Joseph the Worker help people get back on their feet and become self-sufficient through employment! ... See MoreSee Less

    January 9th  ·  

    At St. Joseph the Worker we often say that we’re in the business of building people back up: letting our job seekers know that homelessness and poverty does not define them and is certainly not the end of their story. We wholeheartedly believe that a brighter future is on the horizon and together, we can get there.

    We thank each and every one of you for creating a year full of brighter futures and opportunity for so many. Happy New Year.
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    December 29th  ·  

    SJW is honored to help celebrate the employment success of Donald and Joe. Their excitement and sense of pride as they rang the Success Bell was undeniable. St. Joseph the Worker helped with transportation, work boots, and clothing in order to start work. Often times it’s the tangible items that are so easy to overlook or dismiss. But items such as these are crucial as they can make or break a job search for someone struggling to end homelessness or extreme poverty.

    Make your charitable contribution right now (www.sjwjobs.org/ways-to-give/secure-online-donation/) to continue helping motivated job-seekers like Donald and Joe carve their path towards self-sufficiency.

    Ring that bell Donald and Joe!
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    December 28th  ·  

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