We are Sisters of Jesus Mary Joseph (JMJ) called by the Spirit to cross-frontiers of culture, language and belief, living in International Communities to carry out the mission of Christ by our apostolic work. As JMJ Society is identified with social apostolate right from the inception of the Society, it carries on a number of activities in different parts of India in collaboration with the government and non-governmental organizations. We live in the spirit of our Founder Rev. Fr. Mathias Wolff S.J, in obedience with the Charism, "Ever Adaptable Apostolic Availability".

Women Integrated Development

Physically and Mentally Challenged Children

Widows training programme

Orphan children program

Empowerment of women is very essential in India. It is vital to the family, community and society at large and more so to the rural poor women. A majority of rural women not only lack basic education, but also are deprived of opportunities for growth. They are denied participation in decision making in all family matters and in matters of affecting their personal life. They are economically over-dependent on the male members of the family.

We are supporting for the education of differently-abled children in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana with the support of Stitching Lillian Fonds.Stitching Lilian Fonds the international organisation giving sponsorship to our poor handicapped children who are differently abled are given education and health care, micro finance and rehabilitating them through family, specially by parents for the growth of the child.Some children are kept in different hostels for their education.

We focus on young widows, as they are most open to change. Widow support groups take workshops on social justice, human rights and neuron-linguistic programming courses that adopt a systematic, psychological approach to attitudinal change. The workshops encourage active participation and skills development. They help widows face life with more courage and confidence. They are encouraged to live normal lives like other women.

As part of the developmental activities of JMJ SSS, we have under our care 60 orphan and semi- orphan children. These children remain with their relatives and few others are kept in the hostel giving them free education. Once in a year we gather them together and celebrate their Birthday’s in which our women SHG members to join. It’s a day of sharing their experiences and fun-filled day.

Establishing and Maintaining Rehabilitation Homes for HIV/AIDS

Prison Ministry

Youth Guidance - Skill training Centre

Leadership Training

HIV/AIDS is a sensitive issue. It renders the people infected with the virus and the patients are affected not only in terms of physical ailments but the deadly sickness has an impact on the mind and the spirit. The community Care Centre (CCC) is supported by JMJ General Hospital and the hospital is providing comprehensive care and the support services in the form of counselling, outreach services.

Once a month we are privileged to visit the prisoners in Mahabubnagar district jail, along with our volunteers who are at the heart of our charity and our mission of ‘seeing lives transformed’. Together we seek to restore all those affected by crime to listen and to talk to them, giving moral support, consoling and praying with them in order to build up their brokenness, loneliness, strengthen their hopes and confidence for the day of deliverance through prayer and value based programs.

We have skill training centers in Mahabubnagar, and in Jagadgirigutta, Telangana. Every year 40 young girls learn tailoring courses. we have also started summer computer courses for one month where children showed their capability of learning in different skills in order to cop up their studies go along with other competitive students in a better way and also the women made use of the opportunity in learning the jute bag making develop their skills and to start their small scale business for income fetching.

Group leaders are trained on leadership, development principles and better governance. These training’s include: program planning, review and analysis; personal finance and monitoring group loans. Women are encouraged to organize events on days marking important world movements .

Training Program for the Coordinators

Christmas Celebrations

Relief Work

JMJ Home for the aged

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Natural disasters such as earthquakes, tsunamis, and floods can often come at the least expected time. Typically, the poor are the worst hit for they have the least resources to cope and rebuild. This part of the global issue is looked into by JMJ SSS.

India is today home to 100 million senior citizens. Sons and daughters and their children find no time for the senior citizens in their family. The elderly, who have provided their services and support to the society, feel unloved and neglected at this phase of their lives. Their often poor financial condition, lack of affordable health care and the general neglect by society has forced JMJ SSS to start Home for the aged.

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We long for a just and peaceful society in which each individual and each community is empowered and self-reliant; where human dignity, equal rights and equal opportunities are enjoyed by all.


•  The objectives of JMJ SSS shall be purely Social, Secular, non-political and Charitable for the benefit of all the poor                irrespective of caste, Race, or Religion.

•  To  empower  women in general and victims of abuse in particular to recognize their worth, and  celebrate  life  by 

      living with dignity and confidence.



 Help the people to help themselves.

Contact us

Working hours

Monday- Thursday:8:00-18:30 Hrs
(Phone until 17:30 Hrs)
Friday - 8:00-14:00

We are here

Christianpally Mahabubnagar - 509001 Telangana State India
Phone: 7008166042