This year, Jubilee women are selling earrings, wallet cuffs, and sweet and savory dried mixes as part of The Chrysalis Project, Jubilee’s new social purpose program that gives women who are unable to pursue a traditional employment path an opportunity to participate in meaningful work.Read more
I had been homeless since I was seventeen years old. Determined, but homeless. For seven years, I faced difficult challenges being homeless and alone. When I got to Sojourner Place in August of 2014, I knew I’d get the help I needed. But I quickly realized that you have to work hard for what you …Read more
As of September 29, 13 sponsors, 420 breakfast attendees, and many others helped us raise $255,745 to support the women of Jubilee as they rise above poverty. Sincere thanks to all!
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With Gratitude to our Sponsors
Presenting Sponsor Providence St. Joseph Health, GLY Construction, KeyBank, PeaceHealth, Sisters …Read more
As a ministry of the Sisters of Providence, Sojourner Place had a tradition of celebrating the “sending forth” of each resident with a special ceremony to mark her move to independent living. Sister Jessica Taylor, care manager for Jubilee at Sojourner Place, continues the tradition today—and inspired the adoption of the practice at the main Jubilee …Read more
The yards around Jubilee’s Capitol Hill residences are especially beautiful this time of year, filled with lush plants, colorful blooms, and shady nooks. It wouldn’t be what it is today without landscape architect Maggi Johnson, who began nearly a decade ago cultivating Jubilee’s unremarkable yards into the treasured gardens we enjoy today.
Rewind to 2007, when Jubilee …Read more