Joppa House Sponsors and Donors

We want to give a shout out and a large thank you to all of our sponsors and donors
that help to keep the doors of Joppa House open.  
We are funded and supported by private donors and resident contributions,
with two-thirds of our annual budget generated through private donations.  
As a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, all donations to the ministry and tax deductible.

Karen & Kim Bakker, in memory of Jim Malewitz •• Sally Bales •• Barnard United Methodist Church Women •• Carolyn Batdorff •• Josette & Jack Costolo •• Haggard’s Plumbing & Heating •• Joy Halverson •• Debra Hamlin •• Ryleigh Knoop •• M. Chris & Alan Leese •• Gayle & Larry Levengood •• Mary Malewitz •• James & Sharon McCann •• Carol Neldon •• Lisa & Donald Oleson •• Nan Polleys •• Gay Pung •• Diane & Dennis Priess •• Kathy Rische •• Jackie & Roger Rozema •• Al Shindorf •• Daniel Tisron •• Elaine Westenbroek

Ken Ames / Aqua Blue Real Estate •• Steven Anderson, in memory of Jim Malewitz •• Susan Anthony •• Lillian & David Arnold •• Boyne City United Methodist Church •• Buday & Kruzel Architects •• John Campbell •• Charlevoix Lions Club •• Beverly Clous •• Sharon & Tim Coen •• Judy Colt •• Community Recovery Alliance •• Joann & Richard Davis •• Sandra Dauch •• Susan & John Dixon •• Sharon & Michael Doherty •• Teresa & Charles Drevitch •• Ellsworth Wesleyan Church •• Epsilon United Methodist Church •• Denise & Gary Fate •• Debbie Fox •• Patti Furtaw •• Jan & Harold Gibbs •• Catherine Golski •• Lyla Hankins •• Ruth Harris •• John & Carol Hisey •• Deanna & Alfred Hoadley •• Dawn Hovie •• Anne Kelly •• Sally Koerber •• Georgeann Lindberg •• Bill Malewitz •• Charles Malewitz •• Mark Malewitz •• Cindy & Jim Mansen •• Jackie & Wally Marciniak •• Ann Marie McDonald, in memory of Jim Malewitz •• Marianne Mundy •• Pamela & Dr. Edward Newcomb •• Lani Ochs •• Leah & Todd Olsen •• Shannon Pemble •• Nan & Robert Polleys •• Diane Costyn Prahl •• Dr. Jeffrey Ricks •• Rock Jaw •• Marylee Pittman Rothaupt •• Rosemary & Terry Schanbeck •• Doug Seaney •• Cheryl & Daryl Shooks •• Candy Smith •• Wendell Smith •• Jacqueline & Charles Stein •• Constance & Donald Swank •• Ron Vandenbrink •• Sharon & Jerry Vankulken •• Nancy & Joel VanRoekel •• Voice Environmental Group •• Denise White •• Marian Williams •• Christine & Malcolm Wilson •• Flo & Dennis Wojan •• Vicki & John Zanotti

Beta Sigma Phi •• Charlevoix Knights of Columbus •• Gail Cherry •• Drost Landscape & Design •• Lois Furtaw •• Barb Henry •• Diane Hostetler •• Joy & Nate Klooster •• Kathleen & Gerald Lauwers •• Little Traverse Bay Band of Ottawa & Chippewa Indians •• Living Hope Assembly of God •• Abe Manthei / Manthei Development Corporation •• Ann McDonald •• Cyndie Lieberman •• Diane & David Prahl •• Janenne & Herman Pung •• Anita & James Quinn •• Jenna Rekowski •• Julie & Terry Smith •• Jack Vantreese •• Ruth Wilkey •• John Young

  • Mike Bost
  • Evelyn DeKorte
  • Sheila Dorst
  • Dana & David Fields
  • Brian & Patti Howes
  • William Malewitz
  • Barb & Fred Malpass
  • New Hope Community Church
  • Oleson Foundation
  • Kristine & Richard Rambo
  • Anita & John Quinn
  • Margaret Thatcher
  • Kristina Way
  • Wildfire Ministries
  • John & Anna Young
  • Vinnie & Bud Klooster
  • Missy & Doug LaBelle
  • Pam Sherer
  • Anonymous
  • Community Reformed Church of Charlevoix
  • Phillip V. & Sylvia M. Frederickson Foundation 
  • Kerry & John Keyser
  • Sandy & Jim Malewitz
  • Nona & Jon Szczepanski

Become a donor today!

Our mission is to provide a safe, sober, rehabilitative environment for the ladies and their children that come to Joppa House.  Our program empowers women to remain substance-free, while mentoring and training them in the life skills they need, providing them a healthy, stable environment in which to raise their children as they begin to transition and sustain independent living.

Joppa House was birthed out of a desire to help the multiple clients who came through Third Day Fellowship & Outreach’s doors that were homeless or facing homelessness; creating a program that can break the cycle of poverty that is plaguing this generation.  Trends have changed since Joppa House opened its doors in 2014.  Most of our residents are struggling with addictions.  To meet this specific and prevalent need, Joppa House has added recovery programming, in addition to our original mission.

Joppa House Ministries is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization.  We are funded and supported by private donors and resident contributions, with two-thirds of our annual budget generated through private donations.  All donations are tax deductible.