News & Updates
They say that a smile opens doors and creates possibility. But imagine going to a job interview and being terrified to smile, or fading into the background because happiness is replaced with shame at each thought of missing teeth or other dental issues.
War often leaves an indelible mark on the communities we call home, on our families and on many of the 8700 neighbors in need who call the streets of San Diego County home. It is no secret that we live in a military town, but did you know that San Diego also has the distinction of the third highest number of homeless veterans in the United States?
You know by now that our work is driven by a mission to end homelessness, not the promise of awards. That doesn’t mean we don’t appreciate recognition from our peers and community of the important work happening daily at Father Joe’s.
Tommy Sablan of KYXY invited our President & CEO Deacon Jim to chat about all the happenings at Father Joe’s Villages this Thanksgiving.
10,000+ San Diegans To Come Together To Celebrate Neighborly Spirit & Help the Homeless
September 3rd marked our Second Annual Good Neighbor Dialogue at the University of San Diego. We gathered with the Trans-Border Institute, The San Diego Police Department, Fundación Gaia and USD to discuss the connections between homelessness, drug addiction and the contentious relationship between the United States and Mexico.
This August, 33 children and teens from the Village and Toussaint Academy were welcomed at La Jolla Shores
We don’t always have the opportunity to work one-on-one with board members of the foundations that support us, which is why we are always honored to get phone calls from Michael (“Mike”) Lennon of Lennar Charitable Housing Foundation. For the last few years, Mike Lennon has called us to personally invite us to apply for Lennar Charitable Housing Foundation grants for St.
What’s Good Neighbor Month? Why is it important?
8,700 Pairs of Shoes Create a Visual Spectacle for Father Joe’s Villages Newest Awareness-Raising Advertising08.21.2015 Press Releases
San Diego’s largest homeless services provider uses 17,400 shoes to frame the spectrum of homelessness in San Diego County