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.
47 kids benefited from High-Quality Early Learning in our Onsite Child Development Center 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, 89% MORE NEW MOMS COMPLETED
OUR EMPOWERMENT COURSE THAN THE YEAR BEFORE.
26 Mothers COMPLETED our 12-week empowerment and Leadership course IN 2021.
Become a JP Mom and become a part of a network of mothers in Austin creating a better future for themselves and their children.
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.
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Jaden Davis, Development Coordinator
Maria Delgado, CDC Teacher
Gloria Gonzales-Dholakia, Executive Director
Chelsea Evans, Operations Manager
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Nancy Madrid, Family Services Director
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Julie Oatman, CDC Director
Sierra Randall, Director of Development
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