JVs are working for justice in 37 U.S. cities and 6 countries abroad with and for people who are disenfranchised, marginalized, or vulnerable, such as children with limited educational opportunities, people who are homeless, patients diagnosed with AIDS, survivors of domestic abuse, low-wage earners, former gang members, refugees, or the elderly.

Over 200 schools, nonprofit agencies, and grassroots organizations across the world count on JVs to provide essential services.

Click on the dots below to view the places where JVs are currently serving all over the world.


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