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Collaboration with business, corporations integral to success of Father Joe’s Villages

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From the beginning, Father Joe Carroll understood the value of strong partnerships with Southern California business leaders. With the support of corporations large and small more than 20 years ago, he lay the financial foundation for Father Joe’s Villages, which has become internationally renown for its innovative and successful rehabilitative services to help the less fortunate.

“To this day, I strive to create lasting and mutually beneficial relationships with the leaders of the business community,” said Father Joe. “These partnerships ensure that our life-changing services will continue to be available to needy children, families, seniors and single adults throughout Southern California.”

Union Bank and Wells Fargo were among the earliest to offer support to Father Joe’s mission to the homeless of San Diego.

Recognizing that the Southwest’s corporate landscape changes quickly, Father Joe recently established the “Corporate Neighbors Club” to give the heads of business more ownership in their commitment to Father Joe’s Villages.

“The Corporate Neighbors Club provides companies various avenues of outreach, based on their corporate giving and community involvement philosophies,” Father Joe explained. “From education to children’s services to assisting those living with HIV/AIDS, we have a program to fit philanthropic and volunteer needs.”

For more information about the Corporate Neighbors Club, contact Carl Rustin:

(619) 446-2108

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