We’ve got a poet in the Interfaith Hospitality Network, our emergency shelter. She says that writing helps her overcome her stress and anxiety—and she hopes that her poetry can inspire others. We just love the poem that she shared with us last month, and we think you will too. Thank
The stars were out at Wissahickon High School on Sunday, March 26! That’s when 12 contestants gathered to share their talents with the community—and raise money for families in need, with proceeds benefiting Family Promise and Do Better 4 Steve.
The spring rush is on at the pantry! We’re prepping for some great partnerships this spring, including the U.S. Postal Service’s Stamp Out Hunger on Saturday, May 13.
Actually, we appreciate our volunteers every month! But April is the official Volunteer Appreciation Month, and this month we’re highlighting a young volunteer from our Food Pantry.
Univest Financial has offered to contribute $1,500 to Family Promise Montco if we can sell an additional 150 tickets for the Super-Raffle before April 28. Now’s your chance to help families who need food and homes—enter to win great prizes—and GET MATCHED!
We want to share a thank you note we received from a pantry client, because it’s really for you…our donors and volunteers, who keep the pantry running.
In August of 2020, our Community Engagement Manager, Sue Zomberg, got an email out of the blue from Elder Jeffrey Gale, of the Church of Latter Day Saints’ missionary program in eastern Montgomery County.
The nearly two million Pennsylvanians receiving benefits under the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) are facing a steep cut in their access to food this month.