Jeremiah Program came to Rochester-Southeast, Minnesota in 2016 at the invitation of a cross-section of community leaders. Three and one-half years later, having raised $16.9M in capital campaign funding, the Rochester Campus opened our doors to 40 single mothers and their children in July 2020. The campus includes an onsite child development center with capacity to serve up to 68 children. In 2021 we are projected to support 155 moms and children, with an average age of 26 and annual income of $13,362.
Over 150 lives were impacted by JP last year,
a 121% increase in families served.
“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, 122% more new moms completed
our Empowerment course than the year before.
in 2020, 52 JP kids benefited from high quality childhood development resources and supplemental tutoring.
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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Ally Hanten Ebert, Executive Director
Sonya Chieves, Family Coach
Rashida Dean, Family Coach
Liz Dorn, Director of Development
Carissa Drake, Development Coordinator
Charleen Huber, Operations Manager
Sarah Kamin, Family Coach
Bri Rollins, Family Coach
Katie Ticho, Family Services Director