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.
You might have heard that Hope on Fifth, a house with two apartments in Lansdale, will join Hope Forest as an additional location for our Supportive Housing Program, for families who need just light support as they transition from homelessness to self-sufficiency.
Is your church, synagogue, mosque, or other place of worship looking for a hands-on way to give back? If you are, we need you! We’re recruiting new host congregations for our Interfaith Hospitality Network.
Family Promise is a beneficiary of this always great event and we hope to see you there!
Registration is now open for our Silver Anniversary golf tournament on May 23. We’re celebrating 25 years with a new raffle
We’d love to have you come by and see us! We’re now located on the campus of Salem Baptist Church at 2801 Woodland Road in Roslyn.
Mattie Dixon Community Cupboard on Main Street here in Ambler provides a lot of assistance to our families at Hope Gardens, so they just wanted to take a moment to say, “THANK YOU MATTIE DIXON!”
So much is happening at the Food Pantry right now…most of all, we’re planning a move into a beautiful new facility hosted by Salem Baptist Church in Abington!
We put together a year-end video update for you! Thank you to all of the volunteers and donors who came together to support our housing programs and the Food Pantry. We appreciate you!
Our name may be changing, but we want you to know that our mission isn’t: we’ll still be working with YOU to fight homelessness and hunger in Montgomery County—at the Interfaith Hospitality Network, Hope Gardens, Hope Forest, Hope on Fifth, and the Food Pantry.
We continue to offer Grow With Google certifications in IT support—professional level IT training—to our residents and to the community at large. Here’s why you might be interested!
81 donors (and counting!) are making the holiday season bright for the families of Inter-Faith’s housing program…and keeping us stocked with items that will help us support families year-round!
An essay contest at Inter-Faith! We asked the children and teens at Hope Gardens and Hope Forest to envision their future—what do they aspire to become, and how do they plan to achieve that goal? What will “greatness” or success look like for them? How do they believe they will
Our “Baskets From the Heart” donation drive is still going strong! We’re asking for donations of a bag or basket filled with themed items—like a favorite recipe with ingredients, a pasta dinner, taco night, or breakfast items—to create a delicious meal or dessert.
We had our first windowsill gardening class at the Cupboard this month!
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