Jeremiah Program came to Fargo-Moorhead in 2014. Seeking to extend JP’s 2Gen programming to the greater Midwest, a dedicated team of Fargo-Moorhead area volunteers, including leaders from corporations, universities, faith communities, and non-profits, developed a multi-phased plan for establishing a JP community in Fargo-Moorhead.
In 2018, we opened a 20-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 52 children. In 2021, we served the highest number of families in JP Fargo-Moorhead history.
207 lives impacted by JP in 2021, a
71% increase in families served over 2020.
“Having this opportunity is once in a lifetime. Your kids are only under five years old once, and you only have the opportunity to do all these things, pursue your career in this type of environment, once. And I think [anyone considering JP] should absolutely take advantage of it.”Kylie, Fargo mom
In 2020, we distributed 47 laptops to jp moms to support remote learning.
38 kids benefited from HIGH-QUALITY summer enrichment programs and educational development lAst year.
Become a JP Mom and become a part of a network of mothers in Fargo-Moorhead 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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Laetitia Mizero Hellerud, Executive Director
Jan Anderson, CDC Cook
Annie Berg, CDC Teacher
Tamoisha Breeding, CDC Teacher
Sam Brewer, Family Coach
Casondra Duckworth, Operations Manager
Caroline Gray, CDC Teacher
Amy Klein, Family Services Director
Shelby Nightingale, CDC Teacher
Melissa Rademacher, Development Associate
Addy Sam, CDC Teacher
Megan Thompson, Family Coach
Andrea Williams, Director of Development
Christine Wylot, CDC Teacher
Brittany Jackson Hayer, CDC Director