February 20, 2014

Joseph’s Home transforms the life of another homeless man

Devoted to helping homeless men heal and achieve independence, Joseph’s Home helped Mr. Peterson get back on his feet and find a permanent place to call home. [More]
January 3, 2014

Joseph’s Home featured in Good News Giving series and selected to receive community donations

For the third year in a row, readers selected Joseph’s Home as one of 20 nonprofit groups to receive funds from the Good News Giving program from Northeast Ohio Media Group (The Plain Dealer and Cleveland.com). Joseph’s Home also received free editorial exposure and advertising in the newspaper and online. [More]
November 4, 2013

Crain’s notes three legal leaders from across Sisters of Charity Health System in annual list

Crain’s Cleveland Business annually honors the best legal minds representing Northeast Ohio’s public, private, nonprofit and government organizations. This year, three leaders from across the Sisters of Charity Health System are being recognized as finalists in the Crain’s In-House and General Counsel Awards: Shannon Fogarty Jerse, Matthew Heinle and Nadine Ezzie. [More]
October 15, 2013

Gardeners of Greater Cleveland lend green thumbs to Joseph’s Home to install and maintain therapeutic garden

Joseph’s Home residents have received untold health benefits from a therapeutic garden planned and installed by the Gardeners of Greater Cleveland from 2008 to 2009. Since helping install the garden, volunteer Bob Rensel returns to Joseph’s Home throughout the year to tend to plants and consult with Joseph’s Home staff and residents about how to care for all landscaping and gardening around the building. [More]
September 25, 2013

Joseph’s Home helps residents keep their cool with new air conditioning

For Joseph’s Home residents, summer sunshine and heat often meant uncomfortable, even dangerous, conditions inside their rooms. Over the course of a month during July and August, a contractor installed necessary electrical upgrades before cooling units were installed in the walls of each room. [More]
September 18, 2013

Joseph’s Home annual benefit luncheon raises record $47,000

Perseverance in Hope: The Joseph’s Home Annual Benefit Luncheon, raised a record $47,000 through the generosity of nearly 300 supporters who gathered in June at the DoubleTree Hotel in Cleveland. The record amount was a 40 percent increase over the amount raised at the 2012 anniversary luncheon. [More]
September 13, 2013

Vote for Joseph’s Home to win $10,000 and receive part of $1 million in free advertising

Joseph’s Home needs your vote to receive part of $1 million in free advertising, editorial exposure, a share of donations and a $10,000 top prize in the Good News Giving program from Northeast Ohio Media Group. [More]
May 22, 2013

Joseph’s Home 2013 benefit luncheon to help severely ill homeless men

Joseph’s Home will hold its signature annual fundraising event Thursday, June 27 at 11:30 a.m. at the DoubleTree Hotel Cleveland Downtown—Lakeside. Dick Russ, former WKYC and WJW television news anchor and current vice president of resource development for North Coast Community Homes, will deliver the keynote address at the event. [More]
March 15, 2013

Joseph’s Home to host Feast of St. Joseph Celebration March 19

Joseph’s Home is celebrating the Feast of St. Joseph Tuesday, March 19 at 7:30 a.m. at the Holy Trinity Chapel at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center in Cleveland. The celebration is open to friends and supporters of Joseph’s Home. Join in honoring the Feast of St. Joseph, the spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary and Joseph’s Home namesake. Mass will be followed by a breakfast reception. [More]
March 1, 2013

New “Joseph’s Journey” e-newsletter issue features “ a little miracle” and more

Joseph’s Home helps homeless men heal and achieve independence, but it also impacts the lives of more than just residents. Jacob Dennis, a senior at Hawken School, spent several weeks visiting Joseph’s Home as part of a school class. He had the opportunity to entertain residents one afternoon when he brought his cello and played classical music with a former resident. Dennis detailed his experience in a paper titled “A Little Miracle.” His story and more are in the latest issue of the "Joseph’s Journey" newsletter
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