We have some fabulous news to report this month!
We got a call from a 62-year-old woman last month. She was single, and she’d been evicted. She had nowhere to go. When she called the county’s housing services hotline, she was offered a tent.
There’s a new face at Family Promise! If you’ve visited the Food Pantry this month, you may have already met LaToya Williams, our new Food Pantry Manager. LaToya brings some great retail and management experience and lots of fresh new ideas to help our pantry thrive.
With food prices rising, we’re seeing a big jump in demand at the Food Pantry. We had 52 cars come through one Saturday this month! Thank you for being there to help us meet this growing need.
From turning over apartments between residents, to planning events, to cleaning, to yard work, there’s tons to do here at Family Promise!
We value the multi-layered community involvement of TruMark Financial Credit Union! We’re so grateful for the amazing donation we received this week through TruMark’s Concern for Community initiative.
Whether you golfed with us, volunteered, sponsored, or took part in one of the raffles, we are grateful for your support of our 25th annual golf tournament! Your generosity made our 25th a year to remember, with the most ever sponsorships and nearly $45,000 raised to help families move from
At a small nonprofit like Family Promise, most of our time is spent getting things done in the present and planning for the future—there’s not a lot of time spent looking back. But this year, we’re marking an anniversary!
The end of the school year is a great time to mark accomplishments…and so we held our own red carpet event to celebrate the achievements that parents and youth in our housing programs have made this year!
For too many kids, summer is the hungriest time of the year, with no access to free and reduced-price meals at school.
One of our residents graduated from Wissahickon High School this month and we are so proud of her!
We’re partnering with Child and Family Focus to hold a series of workshops to support our Hope Gardens students as they navigate the tween and teen years, and the April topic was solving problems independently and making good decisions.
We had a ribbon-cutting at the new location of the food pantry a few weeks ago to celebrate and show off our big, beautiful new space!
We’re continuing the renovation of the upstairs apartment at Hope on Fifth, our new house in Lansdale, which will join Hope Forest as an additional location for our Supportive Housing Program
You’re sure to have noticed how quickly gas prices are rising right now…and it’s a budget buster for our families in shelter.
No one can say that Family Promise Montco isn’t moving with the times! You can now donate cryptocurrency at our website
Family Promise is a beneficiary of Chefs of the Burbs and we hope to see you there!
April is National Volunteer Month, and to celebrate we’re shining a light on our absolutely awesome food pantry volunteers!
You’ve probably heard us say that we don’t just provide homes for our families…we provide them the tools they need to become self-sufficient. One way we try to do this is by building community, so that families at Hope Gardens and Hope Forest can learn from and support each other on their journeys.
We’re holding two raffles at our golf outing on May 23, but you don’t have to be there to win! It’s a great (and fun!) way to help the families in our housing programs and the clients we serve at the Food Pantry.
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