Gloria Perez joins 200 experts this week at the Ascend at the…
Alerus Financial Corporation today presented leaders of Jeremiah…
Jeremiah Program today announced that Catholic Health Initiatives…
Why is it so difficult for low-income single mothers to attend…
Funds provide major boost toward efforts to build a campus by 2017.
Inspiring Two-Gen Innovation: A Community Conversation with…
Check out the 3-page article plus the profile of Jeremiah staff member Amanda Volmer.
2014 was an amazing year for Courtny Evanson, who won a major contest with her invention for mothers.
Three women earned bachelor degrees (including one in mechanical engineering) and three earned associate degrees!
Josephine Reed-Taylor, Carleen Rhodes, and Sandy Santana voted onto board at the organization's December 11 meeting.
The stories of two amazing alumnae were shared and celebrated in this surprise appearance November 20!
Jeremiah is joining with multiple organizations to deliver the core elements to families in the South Boston area.
Thanks to all for making this year a success, and mark your calendars for next year's Bash on Oct 3, 2015!
Diane Solinger will join the organization as its first executive director in Fargo-Moorhead.
Jeremiah Program proudly welcomed numerous new members into the…
Congratulations to Jeremiah President & CEO Gloria Perez and national board member Sandra Davis who were honored for their "exceptional leadership and remarkable contributions" in the first-ever “Celebrating Twin Cities Women Leaders” event.
Read the feature on Jeremiah Program and our President & CEO.
Congratulations to the amazing women and children who graduated from Jeremiah Program on June 12.
Gift propels plans to break ground on the permanent Texas campus in early 2015.
The law firm is the recipient of the 2014 National Legal Aid and Defender Association’s Beacon of Justice Award, given in recognition of services firm members have provided to Jeremiah families.
Jeremiah Program is named as one of the successful programs Ascend at the Aspen Institute is investing in to disrupt inter-generational poverty.
On Thursday, May 8, Jeremiah Program brings together a nationally recognized panel to discuss two generational approaches to ending poverty.
Leaders from the Minneapolis-Saint Paul campuses shared the organization's return on investment research with more than 150 nonprofits at a public event April 23.
The Star Tribune profiles Jeremiah Program in its report on the increasing economic challenges of single parents over the past decade.
Major new grant will help Jeremiah respond to communities across the country that are searching for effective two-generational approaches to ending poverty.
The in-depth video, "The Balancing Act: Building the Village," profiles Jeremiah Program in Austin, TX.
The Michael J. O’Connell Society recognizes those who make…
NBC reporter Nona Willis Aronowitz highlights the accomplishments of Jeremiah Program in this major January 2014 news feature.
Front page feature plus two videos discuss the successful model and national expansion of Jeremiah Program.
Salt Lake City's major newspaper reports on Jeremiah Program's successful approach in this major profile.