St. Joseph Center deeply values the important role our corporate and community supporters play in making our work possible. Below we recognize those who have made recent financial contributions toward the success of the Center’s programs and the people we serve. Many of these longtime supporters also contributed to the success of our Planting Hope, Growing Lives capital campaign.

St. Joseph Center gratefully recognizes the importance of hundreds of dedicated volunteers and many businesses and community organizations who make in-kind contributions of time, materials, and goods that help us help people progress toward self-sufficiency.

A complete list of recent in-kind donors and financial contributors is available in our 2009-2012 Triennial Report (PDF download).

St. Joseph Center also partners with many community collaborations, networks, and coalitions to support and facilitate our work with low-income and homeless individuals. We also partner with a variety of public agencies to achieve mutually shared goals.

Additional information can be found in the Financial Disclosures section in our Newsroom page.



The Campaign for St. Joseph Center: Planting Hope, Growing Lives

Thank you to the donors below and hundreds of individual contributors, without whom our facility on Hampton Drive would not have been possible.

Corporations, Community Organizations and Foundations

AECOM Technology Corporation
Ahmanson Foundation
American Martyrs Catholic Church
The Annenberg Foundation
Automobile Club of Southern California
Avery Dennison Corporation
California Community Foundation
Carondelet Health Network
Carrie Estelle Doheny Foundation
Conrad N. Hilton Foundation
Dan Murphy Foundation
The Eisner Foundation, Inc.
Fineshriber Family Foundation
First Federal Bank of California
Fritz B. Burns Foundation
George Hoag Family Foundation
Hezlep Family Foundation
Holy Family Community – Sisters of St. Joseph
Jeanne S. Friedman Foundation
The Kenneth T. and Eileen L. Norris Foundation
Karin L. Larson Fund of the Cal. Community Foundation
The Kresge Foundation