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.
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!
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.
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.
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