2022 was a time of incredible growth for our Rochester-SE MN campus. We celebrated two amazing women as they graduated with their post-secondary degrees. Eleven moms participated in our new Career Volunteer Mentor Program, and 29 kids participated in high-quality summer enrichment opportunities to further support their educational development — increasing the chances of economic mobility for both generations.
LAST YEAR, WE IMPACTED 276 LIVES,
SERVING 31% MORE FAMILIES THAN IN 2021.
“Being a part of JP means that I am keeping a promise to myself that I will be the best mom, friend and sister I can be, but also that I will always have the support I need.”Belinda, Rochester mom
Last year, JP MOMS engaged in 1,700+ family coaching sessions supporting future planning and family goals.
in 2022, 69 JP kids benefited FROM high-quality early education programming in our onsite Child Development Center.
Become a JP Mom and become a part of a network of mothers in Rochester-SE MN 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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JP Rochester-SE MN Impact Report
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Sonya Chieves, Family Coach
Rashida Dean, Family Coach
Liz Dorn, Director of Development
Ally Hanten Ebert, Executive Director
Jill Eischens, Food Service Coordinator
Jeanna Eswagen, CDC Teacher
Caitlin Frisch, CDC Teacher
Elizabeth Hines, CDC Teacher
Charleen Huber, Operations Manager
Elizabeth Merrill, Community Teacher
Jamie Mitchell, CDC Director
Breanna Mundy, CDC Teacher
Bri Rollins, Family Coach
Katie Ticho, Family Services Director