About Us


What is H10?

H10 Ministries is a 501c3 non-profit organization that seeks to touch lives, change hearts, and love people to Christ by helping provide for their spiritual and physical needs. The name H10 comes from Hebrews 10 in the Bible.

 “Let us draw near to God with a sincere heart and with the full assurance that faith brings, having our hearts sprinkled to cleanse us from a guilty conscience and having our bodies washed with pure water. Let us hold unswervingly to the hope we profess, for he who promised is faithful. And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching."
Hebrews 10:22-25.”

It is the heart of this ministry to be submissive to God’s will and perfect plan. We believe that it is only in His strength that lives can be changed and amazing things can be accomplished. Our prayer is that we would decrease and allow God to increase daily in our lives and in our work.


Our History

 H10 ministries began in 2006 with a simple desire to share God's love and a warm meal with the homeless community. Armed with a Bible and a pan of chicken enchiladas, Julie and a small team of volunteers headed downtown to find some new friends. The first night we shared a meal and a wonderful time of prayer and conversation with 13 homeless men and women. Our hearts were overflowing with love for the lost and hurting, the people who did not have family to call on or a safe place to call home. Julie and Jennifer followed God's leading and within a year the weekly meetings quickly grew into a wonderful team of volunteers and 200-250 homeless men and women sharing a meal and God's word together.  Although we no longer organize weekly feedings, H10 Ministries has expanded to serve our community in many different ways. 


Our Mission

  In 2010, H10 Ministries began focusing on helping to provide assistance to individuals and families with basic needs and resources, allowing us to have a more long-term impact in our communities. H10 reaches out to help meet tangible needs to low-income individuals and families and to the homeless community in Arizona, such as food and housing assistance, emergency eviction prevention, and job placement assistance. But more than that, our passion is to come alongside people during the difficult times, encouraging them and reminding them that God loves them and sees them, and will help get them through it.

Board of Directors


Julie Smith

Julie lives in Phoenix, Arizona with her husband, Jason, and their 2 children. Transformed by Christ at age 23, Julie was privileged to journey to several countries as a missionary which ultimately inspired the desire to serve others in her own community in the US. Julie founded H10 Ministries in 2006 and her passion for people and God's message of unconditional love and hope continues.

Jennifer Hunt

 Jennifer lives in Phoenix, Arizona where she works as a habilitation provider / caregiver. She is also co-owner of Happy Pets House and Pet Sitting, and is passionate about showing God’s love in her care for kids and animals. As a follower of God from an early age, Jennifer seeks to follow God’s heart to serve and love others. Jennifer believes that through unconditional love, anything is possible. 

Bert Hunt

 Bert and his wife Stephanie live in Prescott, Arizona. They have been happily married for more than 40 years and have been blessed with 3 children, 2 daughters-in-law and 5 grandchildren. Bert was once an atheist. Then he discovered, more than 45 years ago, that God is real. He found the joy of knowing God personally and becoming a follower of Jesus Christ - and his life has been changed forever. You can read more about his life in his book, “A Burro for Jesus”. 

Jo Freimark

 Jo Freimark lives in Phoenix, with her husband of 45 years, and they have six grandchildren.  She began volunteering when her daughters were young, in PTO, Girl Scouts and at the family’s church.  She later worked as a school speaker for UNICEF and taught adult immigrants English and life skills for 23 years, for the Rio Salado ABE Program.  She was the president of Door of Hope Women’s Ministry, and now volunteers as the warehouse manager for OCJ Kids, a support ministry for children living in foster group homes. She also prays weekly for people as part of the International Healing Rooms.  Jo believes that our purpose in life is to love and serve others in the name of Jesus.