Along with supporting our current families during the holidays, we like to prepare to support families that will enter Family Promise Montco during the holidays and throughout the year.
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.
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.
Our elves are looking for just a few more helpers for our holiday program!
We have some specific jobs we need help with this month.
Nearly 1.5 million homeless students were identified by the U.S. Department of Education (DoE) in the most recent school year — with an increasing number living on their own.
We’ve got “welcome home” wish lists at Amazon and Walmart of items our families need when they are moving into new apartments–everything from trash cans, to laundry baskets, to bedding.