393 Main Street
Paterson, NJ 07501
The mission of Eva's Village is to feed the hungry, shelter the homeless, treat the addicted and provide free medical and dental care to the poor with respect for the human dignity of each individual.
Eva's Village aims to be a model social service organization dedicated to preserve and enhance the dignity of the individual.
Every day, the staff, board of directors, and volunteers of Eva's Village are hard at work putting faith into action by helping troubled people find dignity and the path to a fulfilling, productive life. We work to end hunger, homelessness, addiction and despair one person and one family at a time. We help our clients to achieve good health, stability and employment, build a bank account and afford decent housing. In accomplishing this, we heal families, help to establish safe and stable homes for children and create better communities in the state of New Jersey.
Eva's Village is a uniquely comprehensive non-profit social service organization and one of the largest and most respected anti-poverty programs in New Jersey.
Eva's Village was founded in 1982 by Msgr. Vincent E. Puma as Eva's Kitchen, a New Jersey soup kitchen serving 30 hungry people in Paterson, NJ.
Today, Eva's Village operates 12 individual programs, within a three block radius in downtown Paterson.
Eva's Village provides a wide range of services for the poor in NJ, including food, shelter, substance abuse treatment, primary medical and dental care and a variety of transitional and permanent housing options.
Additional supportive services available through Eva's Village include, parenting classes, play therapy, personal finance workshops, job training and placement.
Eva's Kitchen serves 350 hot lunches, 365 days per year to the homeless and the working poor.
Approximately 580 men, 470 women and 185 children are served annually in all of Eva's sheltering and substance abuse programs .
More than 50% of Eva's Village funding is provided through the donations of private individuals, churches, civic groups, foundations and businesses.
Additional funding is awarded by governmental sources.
Eva's Village maintains a consistent "Four Star" (most preferred) rating by Charity Navigator, the "Online Guide to Intelligent Giving".
Hundreds of generous volunteers serve the poor at Eva's Village in a number of ways, including serving in Eva's Kitchen, donating food and other supplies, providing in-kind services, and conducting a wide variety of vital fund raising programs.
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