This Father’s Day, some dads will be struggling to provide food and shelter for their families. For Preston, the ultimate Father’s Day gift is to be a beacon of hope for his wife and children.
Fathers are called in a special way to sacrifice for their families, providing care and support and leading with courage and accountability.
Father Joe’s Villages provides specialized care to homeless Veterans through two programs serving individuals with the most complicated medical and mental health issues. Here’s how we work together with the Department of Veteran’s Affairs to change lives.
By Anastasia Lane, Veterans Team Case Manager
Father Joe’s Villages has provided housing and services to Veterans who are homeless since we first set up shop in downtown San Diego as St.
Father Joe’s Villages’ Ladies Guild is more than just a volunteer group—its the place where camaraderie, hard work and compassion converge. Learn more about their impact over their 35 year history.
For Michelle, there’s no better Mother’s Day gift than her children’s success. Even when her family was homeless, Michelle’s resiliency and courage helped her family shine. Learn about how Michelle and her family thrived with help from Father Joe’s Villages.
On May 5th, the Children’s Charity Gala will honor individuals and organizations whose services have lifted up neighbors experiencing poverty and homelessness. Read more to learn about our 2018 Children’s Charity Gala Honorees.
Join Father Joe’s Villages in celebrating Earth Day in San Diego. Learn more about how our Stores and Donation Centers reduce, reuse and recycle each and every day.
When David and his family became homeless, David struggled with healthy behavior and development. Our Therapeutic Childcare Program, funded by our incredible donors, helped David and his family find their way.
According to the National Association of Social Workers, March is National Professional Social Work Month, serving as an opportunity “to turn the spotlight on the profession and highlight the important contributions they make to society.” Hear from social workers at Father Joe’s Villages about why their work makes the world a better place to live.
Father Joe’s Villages’ Inclement Weather Shelter in San Diego provides up to 250 people experiencing homelessness a safe, warm reprieve on cold and rainy nights. Here’s how it works.
For 5,600 San Diegans living without a roof over their heads, rain and cold means sleeplessness, chilliness and sometimes dangerous health consequences.
For almsgiving during Lent, consider making the needs of the homeless your own by giving to Father Joe’s Villages. Learn about some of the people we’ve seen overcome homelessness during our many years of service to our neighbors in need.