The Joshua Project is a non-profit group of faith-based volunteers working for social justice in our communities by improving the lives of those who are most vulnerable. Through education, guidance, support and existing services, our goal is to be the heart and hands of Christ, building self-reliance, dignity and self-sufficiency in our brothers and sisters, thereby creating hope for generations to come.
The Joshua Project focuses on the neediest in our communities, and works to make the common good a reality.
Rooted in neighborhood parishes and ecumenical groups working together on projects such as our summer backpack program, Thanksgiving baskets and Christmas gifts, home visits for the elderly and many other programs.
See our full list of programs and services.