- United States
- Albuquerque, NM
- Joy Junction
Joy Junction is New Mexico's largest emergency shelter in the state that keeps families together.
Since conception, Joy Junction has functioned off three main principles:
1) Donations only - Joy Junction accepts no government funds, and is not a United Way member. Everything is provided by a combination of God's graces and the generosity of committed supporters.
2) Everyone and anyone - Joy Junction provides services to anyone in need, regardless of race, religion, gender and orientation.
amilies first - Joy Junction is the only shelter in the state, as well as crossing surrounding borders, that when a family arrives they are kept together.
Operating as usual
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4500 2nd Street SW
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Contact The Business
Send a message to Joy Junction:
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Your food donations make it possible for us to feed so many hungry people. Thank you! #jjdonations
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Hunger is a serious issue in our communities and we confront it head on by serving 3 meals a day to anyone who is in need. #jjcares
Judging the Homeless
It's so easy to judge the homeless. An act of kindness would be so much better. Check out this short video!
KOAT Joy Junction Gala 10-21-11 10pm
KOAT Channel 7's coverage of Joy Junction's Silver Anniversary Gala.
"Joy Junction Helps the Homeless" Style New Mexico
The full video of "Joy Junction helps the homeless" from New Mexico Style on KASA Fox 2.
KOAT Spots (both) on Joy Junction's food crisis.
Both KOAT Channel 7's spots on Joy Junction's need for food donations.
Nearby government services
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Alamo Avenue SE
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Walter Street SE
New Mexico Center for Self AdvocacySilver Avenue SW
3rd Street SW
Coors Boulevard NW
Transgender Resource Center of New MexicoDomingo Road NE
2nd Street NW
Other Public Services in Albuquerque
San Pedro Drive NE
Osuna Road NE
Wyoming Boulevard NE
Menaul Boulevard NE
San Pedro Drive NE
This year the Hispano Chamber is highlighting our non-profits that the public can support in some way this Giving Tuesday, whether it is by donating, volunteering, or spreading awareness.
If you don't where to start, check out these local nonprofits who could use your support:
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Goodwill Industries of New Mexico
Greater Albuquerque Association of REALTORS®
Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce
Greater Albuquerque Habitat for Humanity
Greater Albuquerque Housing Partnership
Greater Belen Chamber of Commerce
Greater Mobile Laser & Aesthetic Center
Guardians of the Children International Rio Grande Chapter
Hero's Path Palliative Care
Hobbs Chamber of Commerce
HRMA Human Resources Management Association of New Mexico
U.S. Indian Affairs
Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Instituto Cervantes (USA), Inc.
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local Union 611
Junior Achievement of New Mexico Inc
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