Jeremiah Program News & Events

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Jeremiah Program Announces New Chief Advancement Officer

Jeremiah Program is pleased to announce its new hire, Debra Wilken,…

Tackle Poverty with Anthony Barr

Tackling Poverty Two Generations at Time by transforming…

Jeremiah Program Fargo-Moorhead Welcomes New Executive Director Lonnie Pederson

FARGO, ND – Lonnie Pederson has joined Jeremiah Program…
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Jeremiah Program profiled by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Jeremiah Program is excited to be profiled in U.S. Department…

Jeremiah Program announced as Impact Austin Community Partner

We are excited to announce that we were chosen to be an Impact…

CEO Gloria Perez named to new Community Advisory Board at the Minneapolis Fed

  MINNEAPOLIS, April 5, 2018 – The Minneapolis…

Mayo Clinic Gives Grant to Jeremiah Program

KIMT3 News - Mayo Clinic is awarding a substantial grant that…

Jeremiah Program Boston is in the Charity Warriors Challenge!

Boston's Executive  Director, Emilia Diamant, is one of  fourteen…

Jeremiah Program CEO Gloria Perez’s Greatest Mentor – Her Mother

Gloria’s mother taught her valuable lessons about education,…

Speakers share their stories at Jeremiah Program Boston’s Voices Rising event

Jeremiah Program Boston’s successful Voices Rising Event that…

Jeremiah Program Boston Launches Podcast

Listen to staff, participants and leaders share their views on how the program works and learn about what makes Boston's campus uniquely different.

Jeremiah Program Chosen as a SXSW Community Service Awards Honoree

Jeremiah Program Austin has been honored with a 2018 SXSW Community…

Jeremiah Program Featured at Minnesota 2Gen Summit

Convening Sets the Table for Jeremiah Program's 20th Year Celebration and 2018 National Leadership Conference

Jeremiah Program Leadership Gets Firsthand Look at Progress on New Fargo-Moorhead Facility

KVRR of Fargo-Moorhead covers the touring of the new Jeremiah…

Jack and Mary Ann Remick Provide Generous Land Donation for Jeremiah Program’s Rochester-Southeast MN Campus Site

The campus will serve approximately 40 low income single mothers and their young children from the Southeast region of Minnesota.

Jeremiah Program Launches Rochester-Southeast Minnesota Campus for Single Mothers and their Children

(Rochester, MN – August 3, 2017) –Jeremiah Program Rochester-Southeast…

Fargo-Moorhead groundbreaking celebrates next step toward new home opening to 20 families in 2018

Jeremiah Program broke ground on its new Fargo-Moorhead campus in early June.

Rochester Receives Significant Funding from Otto Bremer Trust

The Otto Bremer Trust has awarded the Rochester-Southeast Minnesota Jeremiah Program $75,000 for predevelopment of a Campus in Rochester to serve 40 forty families.

Jeremiah celebrates Boston college grads

Six women earned their associate degrees from Endicott College this month.

Congratulations to our May MSP graduates

Jeremiah celebrates the accomplishments of 11 women & 15 children.

Jeremiah Program moves forward in Charlottesville

2GenCville to merge with Jeremiah Program.

Thank you to our amazing 1,426 volunteers

Here are just a few highlights of the dedicated volunteers who help drive our success.

Former Harvard roommates unite to serve Jeremiah

Jeremiah also welcomes three new members to its board.

Jeremiah advances exploration in Brownsville, NY

Jeremiah Program is partnering with Community Solutions, SCO…

Gloria Perez named to Young Women’s Initiative Council

MN Governor Mark Dayton names Perez to council that is part of Young Women’s Initiative of Minnesota.

Jeremiah Program receives $1.05 million from National Housing Trust Fund

The funds will be used to build a 20-apartment campus in Fargo.

Raise the Barr event benefits Jeremiah

Vikings standout Anthony Barr and his mother Lori Barr hosted the event December 12.
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Jeremiah Program expands to meet growing demand

The organization will increase the number of families served annually by nearly 70% and expand to several new communities.

We are sisters, we shall succeed together. – Stacy Abott, Program Participant

In New York City, 41% of single mothers live in poverty, and they are nearly three times as likely to live in poverty as married families (American Community Survey, 2012-2016 5-Year Estimates). Poverty is especially acute among women in Brownsville, a neighborhood within Brooklyn, where nearly two-thirds (62%) of households are headed by a single mother (Roussine et al., 2016). Yet, women in Brooklyn with a Bachelor’s Degree earn more than twice that of women with a high school diploma or GED alone (American Community Survey, 2012-2016 5-Year Estimates). Additionally, although 85% of Brownsville’s 5,700 children under five are eligible for EarlyLearn NYC (federally-subsidized childcare and Headstart), there is capacity in the neighborhood for just 700. The need is great.

In 2016, Jeremiah Program responded to a call from three locally respected organizations in Brownsville, NY: Community Solutions, SCO Family of Services, and Medgar Evers College, who share a deep concern about the numerous barriers single mothers and their children face to achieving social and economic prosperity. Considering our initial joint assessment, these partners and we have set a goal of establishing a program in Brownsville, New York, where the aim will be to serve 20-30 families at a time. Our long-term vision is to replicate the Jeremiah Program model throughout New York City to serve a total of 1,000 families a time across all five boroughs, greatly increasing our current capacity for serving families in any Jeremiah community in the country.

Jeremiah is currently the only program in New York City to offer a comprehensive, integrated model of services for families headed by low-income single mothers. We are unique in that our two-generation approach puts the whole family in the center of our service model.

In August 2017, we started our first empowerment course for 10 single mothers enrolled at Medgar Evers College. In October, we hired our first family coach to help guide moms to resource referrals in the community, offer to counsel in crisis management, and support families in educational goal setting. In July 2018, we hired a Family Services Manager and Office Manager to accommodate the needs of the program expansion. In August 2018, the program will expand to serving an additional ten families in collaboration with our partner SCO Family of Services.

For more information, contact:

Madeline Sanders | Office Manager
Jeremiah Program New York


Office Contact Number: (646) 797-4374

The Gregory Jackson Center

519 Rockaway Avenue

4th Floor

Brooklyn, NY 11212

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