Joy Junction is a place of refuge to those who have been forced into the streets. We are a 501(c)(3) faith based nonprofit church organization dedicated to helping homeless men, women, children, and families in Albuquerque by providing food, clothing, shelter, and safety.
Our faith-based church ministry serves as many as 300 individuals a night including as many as 60 to 80 children every day. Each year we are able to serve more than 200,000 meals thanks to the generous contributions of citizens and businesses throughout the city. We could not have such a positive impact on our community without you!
We accept everyone regardless of their family composition. That ranges from a single mother with three children; a married couple with one child; grandparents caring for five children; or any other conceivable situation.
We will gladly provide the homeless with the help they need to get back on their feet and regain control of their lives.
In addition to providing temporary assistance for needy families, we also help homeless individuals. Regardless of sex, sexual orientation, race, color, national origin, age, or religion, all are welcome at Joy Junction.
Since 1986, the mission of Joy Junction has been to provide food, shelter, clothing, and safety to the homeless of Albuquerque. Only financial constraints prevent us from doing more.
We're a faith-based outreach ministry that receives no federal, state, or local funding to continue its mission of presenting a Hand Up, not just a handout. We rely solely on the charitable donations of generous citizens, businesses, churches and corporations in Albuquerque.
We welcome USDA approved meats, seasonings, drinks, dairy products, dry goods, fresh or canned vegetables and fruits, and snacks of any kind.
Items are welcome at 4500 2nd St SW seven days a week between 8am and 8pm.
For more information, call 505 877 6967.
To help the homeless get back on their feet and provide them with warm clothing during the cool months, we are always looking for those willing to donate gently used clothing and other items such as sweaters, t-shirts, jeans, blouses, socks, underwear, and much more.
Donations are accepted seven days a week at 4500 2nd St SW between 8am and 8pm.
We welcome anyone willing to volunteer to help people at Joy Junction to contact us, and we will help you complete the steps to giving your time and talent to charity.
For more information, call our volunteer line at 505 463 4818 or join us at 4500 2nd St SW for one of our daily volunteer orientation tours seven days a week at 11 a.m.
Joy Junction saved my life and my soul. Ten months ago they began the process I so desperately needed! Today I am blessed to have my sobriety, a Relationship with God again. And, I am thrilled to say, i have re-opened my Nail salon 3 weeks ago!! I am forever grateful to Jeremy and Joy Junction, for loving me, when I could not love myself!
In "From Destitute to Ph.D. - My Homeless Journey", Jeremy Reynalds details his own journey from being homeless to earning his doctorate in intercultural education at Biola University.
The book also contains a number of stories of people who have fallen on hard times, but with the help of Joy Junction, gotten back on their feet again.
To learn more about the book and to purchase a copy for yourself please go to myhomelessjourney.com.
“10 Minutes” combines my twin loves for the homeless and the media, and weaves them into that what I hope you will consider is a page-turning thriller about the dangers of compromise.
Let me know what you think of “10 Minutes,” and whether you’d like to know more about Cameron as he works through life in prison and after.
I can be reached at JeremyReynalds@Comcast.Net
-Jeremy Reynalds, Ph.D.