Austin

Jeremiah Program

Austin

Jeremiah Program came to Austin in 2013, in partnership with Guadalupe Neighborhood Development Corporation (GNDC). In 2017, we opened our own 35-unit housing campus for single moms and their children experiencing poverty. The campus includes an onsite child development center with capacity to serve up to 60 children. In 2021 we are projected to support 170 moms and children, with an average age of 27 and annual income of $16,721.

61 kids benefited from enrichment programs
and educational development IN 2020.

$15,000 provided to families for emergency

suppLIES DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC LAST YEAR.

“I think that no matter where any of us goes, both the mothers and the children will all maintain that idea of what an ideal, supportive and positive empowering community looks like and how to function within that.”

Alyssa, JP Austin Alumna

LAST YEAR, 83% MORE NEW MOMS COMPLETED
OUR EMPOWERMENT COURSE THAN THE YEAR BEFORE.


32 laptops and tablets provided to families
adaptING to remote work and learning IN 2020.


Become a JP Mom and become a part of a network of mothers in Austin creating a better future for themselves and their children. 


Contact Us

The impacts of generational poverty and systemic racism can be disrupted two generations at a time by investing both in a mother’s vision for her future and the education of her children.


 (512) 770-9036
 1200 Paul Teresa Saldaña Street // Austin, TX 78702 // info@jeremiahprogram.org


JP Austin Impact Report

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Austin

Shannon Moody, Executive Director

Deirdre Anderson, Director of Development

Savannah Anderson, CDC Teacher

Lindsey Ashburn, CDC Teacher

Kimberly Benford Johns, CDC Teacher

Jaden Davis, Community Teacher

Laura De La Pena, Assistant Teacher

Maria Delgado, CDC Teacher

Chelsea Evans, Operations Manager

Jayla Green, Assistant Teacher

Lisa Hutchison, CDC Cook

Ebony Jones, Family Coach

Lauren Little, Development Manager

Nancy Madrid, Family Services Director

Marlenne Maldonado, CDC Teacher

Tai McCants, CDC Teacher

MeShay McKinney, Family Coach

Marla Miller, Family Coach

Gaudencia Miranda Hernandez, Assistant Teacher

Julie Oatman, CDC Director

Kasandra Sanchez, CDC Teacher

Allison Shrack, CDC Teacher


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