We’ve got another graduate this month! Congratulations to M, who was extremely motivated from the moment she entered our program. In just a few months with us, she secured a full-time position and located an affordable apartment. Her hard work paid off last week when she moved out of Hope
Night Without a Bed is Family Promise’s annual social media challenge to raise awareness about family homelessness. Did you know that families with children make up 35% of the nation’s homeless population? This year, the U.S. housing crisis has grown worse as inflation has risen, and more and more families
We’ve still got a few spots left for our Volunteer Appreciation Party on October 23! We’re gathering to celebrate 40 years of working with the community to help address homelessness and hunger, and we’d love to see you. Hear from our founder Lei Barry, tour our Hope Gardens building and
First established by Feeding America in 2008, Hunger Action Month was created to bring awareness to food insecurity across the country. For instance, you might not know that 1 in 8 children in the U.S. is at risk for hunger. Kids who don’t get enough to eat—especially during their first
We’re looking for volunteers to help at the food pantry on Monday evenings from 5:15 to 7:30 pm and Saturdays from 9:45 am to 1 pm. If you’d like to help your community in a hands-on way with a fun and friendly group, please come to our volunteer recruitment event on
And things are going great! She completed her summer program successfully, has moved into her dorm room, and is so, so grateful for all of the donations you made to get her started off right.
Take 18 kids and parents, add 11 volunteers, some delicious food, dancing and games, and the Ambler YMCA outdoor swimming area, and what do you have? The annual Family Promise Pool Party!
We’ve had several graduations this summer and fall—which is good news for lots of reasons! Families are exiting our program and living independently, which means there is space for new families to move into our properties and gain some much-needed stability.