Entries by josephshome

A Life Transformed: Lost Hope Regained

One day in the summer of 2014, Mr. Hill woke up in a hospital bed. He was unable to speak clearly and couldn’t remember anything from the previous two weeks. He soon learned that he had suffered a stroke and had diabetes. The news came as a devastating blow. Four years of unemployment had left […]

Perseverance in Hope 2015 Celebrates Exceptional Leadership and Service

EVENT OVERVIEW On June 26, more than 300 friends and supporters of Joseph’s Home gathered at Windows on the River in Cleveland for Perseverance in Hope: The 2015 Joseph’s Home Benefit Luncheon. Emcee Kevin J. Kelley, Cleveland City Council president, welcomed the crowd and challenged guests to keep homelessness a priority issue for our community […]

Relationships Put a Human Face on Homelessness for Students

Hawken School Senior Hannah O’Day admits she had preconceptions about the homeless when she signed up for an elective class on homelessness. Hawken School Students Monica Sass (left) and Hannah O’Day with Joseph’s Home Facilities and Operations Manager Edison Mosley, II at the Joseph’s Home Christmas party.   But when teacher Jack Breisch assigned her […]

Joseph’s Home Featured in the 2014 Good News Giving Series

First published on Cleveland.com Joseph’s Home, Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry keep roofs overhead as people rebuild their lives Donald Martin, an ex-Marine, was helped by Joseph’s Home recovering from surgery and then in finding a place to live. (Marvin Fong / The Plain Dealer) on December 09, 2014 at 2:00 PM, updated December 09, 2014 at […]

Perseverance in Hope 2014 Entertains, Enlightens and Energizes

Joseph’s Home Executive Director Georgette Jackson and Keynote Speaker Paul Meshanko On June 20, guests of Joseph’s Home’s 2014 Perseverance in Hope event left Windows on the River with the satisfying knowledge that they had helped acutely ill homeless men to heal their lives. Guests participated in a raffle for an iPad mini and bid […]

A Life Transformed: Mr. Baker

At Joseph’s Home, Mr. Baker found the help he needed to maintain his sobriety, stabilize his health and find permanent housing that meets his medical needs When U.S. Army veteran Mr. Baker decided to get help for his addiction to drugs and alcohol, he knew it would be hard. What he didn’t know was that […]