Please join us at The Wilmington Country Club on April 10, 2014 for our annual "Light Up The Night" Celebration starting at 5:30pm! This year's "Window of Opportunity" Award winner is The Bank of America Community Foundation.
Sojourners' Place NEEDS FRONT DESK VOLUNTEERS! Please call 302-764-4713 and ask for Sister Regina Burns.
Our partnership with the Criminal Justice Council as well as Bank of America and Laffey-McHugh grants pave the way for Sojo to house and feed Wilmington's homeless!
Sojourners' Place is currently scheduling intake appointments for HONORABLY DISCHARGED male veterans ONLY. Please call (302) 764-4713!
DuPont volunteers diggin' in at Sojo!
Due to limited space, we are not currently accepting clothing, furniture, housewares or new sources of bread products.
Eric Harris, Executive Director
"A Greatness of Purpose"
"Our mindset must be one of Compassion, Accountability, Resolve and Empathy (C.A.R.E.).Compassion towards everyone. Accountability to our supporters, Resolved to do God's work in a manner that He sees fit and Empathy towards those we are here to serve..."
Would You Like To Do Something Really Great???
How about donating an unwanted, operational car to Sojourners' Place?
When our program participants are almost ready to venture back into society, an extremely helpful tool is a decent vehicle that will increase their ability to report to work and continue on their path to redemption. So please consider us if you have a vehicle that you no longer need, and remember, it's tax-deductible!
Contact Eric Harris @ (302) 764-4713 for additional details!
When mental disorder, addiction, or just plain tough luck puts you on the streets, where can you turn? Emergency shelters will give you a place to get in out of the weather, but how do you get back on your feet? With no place to call home, how do you wash up, find a job, get your treatment? What do you do after 60 days, when you're just getting back on your feet, and the shelter says you have to leave?
This is the plight of the homeless, and it's getting worse. With more people than ever losing their jobs and homes, the need is growing for effective programs that get people back on their feet.
Our partnerships with First State Community Action Agency, The Delaware Criminal Justice Council, The United States Veterans Administration and many others, positions Sojourners' Place to positively impact the lives of the citizens of the Delaware Valley on a daily basis.
Operating 24-hours a day, 7 days week, Sojourners' Place brings experience, passion and a "Greatness of Purpose" to bear on all of the issues facing Delawareans in this most difficult of times.
Welcome to Sojourners' Place!
Sojourners' Place is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and we are committed to providing an environment that is free from discrimination in housing, services, employment and opportunity because of race, color, religion, creed, national origin, ancestry, disability, gender or sexual orientation.