Habitat for Humanity – Making a Difference One House at a Time
Seeking to put God’s love into action, San Diego Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope. Habitat was founded on the conviction that every man, woman, and child should have a simple, decent, and affordable home to live in dignity and safety.
In addition to building new houses, Habitat for Humanity does revitalization work. In partnership with the city of National City, Habitat’s rehab program takes existing, blighted homes and creates affordable homes for purchase by low-income families where they can live with dignity and safety.
Gatehouse – Serving Women and Children in Crisis
The Gatehouse community has 96 apartments and includes a Community Education Center with an Event Center attached, two in-neighborhood Advisor Centers, General Store, Keeps Boutique, Hope Chapel, walking trails, and commercial space. This community, which allows members to stay up to two and a half years depending on their individually tailored program, provides safe refuge and creates the environment for women and children in crisis to walk the path toward permanent change.
Jewish Family Service (JFS) of Greater Dallas – Supporting Those Who Serve the Community
Jewish Family Service (JFS) of Greater Dallas presents the third annual Corporate Sports Challenge, bringing together businesses for a day of friendly competition while benefiting the thousands of individuals JFS serves each year.
Shared Housing Center – Affordable Housing for Women and Children
The Shared Housing Center was created in 1984 to provide and facilitate affordable housing options for women and children. They provide a school uniform, shoes, and a backpack filled with the appropriate school supplies for school-age children in the program. They will have approximately 300 current and former clients participate in a two-hour party of food, games, and catching up before handing out the bags of goodies.
Vogel Alcove Group – Early Childhood Programs for Homeless Children
Vogel Alcove is on a mission to help children recover from the effects of homelessness – and the clock is ticking. Ninety percent of brain development happens by the age of five. Without intervention at this critical time, homeless children may suffer lifelong social, emotional, and educational deficits. Recognizing the importance of these first years, Vogel Group offers a comprehensive, therapeutic Early Childhood Program for homeless children at no cost to their families.
JPI Supports Red Nose Day
RED NOSE DAY is a campaign dedicated to raising money for children and young people living in poverty. JPI had a wonderful display of participation from most department/groups in the company! As you can see from the pictures, the “JPIRedNoseDay” hashtag page on Instagram was lit up with JPI red noses – & there were more on Facebook & Twitter! These posts gave us a chance to get silly, but they were also very important toward the cause of helping children in need!
Coppell Special Olympics 5k Race
The Coppell Special Olympics team is an organization dedicated to individuals with special needs. They offer opportunities for better health, fitness and confidence in a variety of programs. Coppell Special Olympics receives 90% of their funding from this one event.
Discover Pacific Beach Clean and Safe Program
Discover Pacific Beach is a non-profit Business Improvement District with a mission to revitalize and promote the Pacific Beach community physically and economically. The proceeds from JPI, Western Region, will be earmarked for Discover PB’s Clean and Safe program.
“JPI’s Western Region Division has called San Diego home since 1996. Our corporate values inspire us to invest in developing and fostering community partnerships,” said Todd Bowden, Senior Vice President and Managing Development Partner of JPI West. “Through our Jefferson Pacific Beach development, we want to become good neighbors, and partner with organizations that also contribute to the community’s quality of life. Discover PB’s Clean and Safe program is a perfect example of organizations that identify and address the needs of its fellow neighbors, both residents and the business community.”