Interfaith Housing Network Volunteers Make A Significant Impact

A resilient single mother, N. accompanied by her four daughters, achieved an impressive transition from the Family Promise Montco emergency shelter (Interfaith Housing Network) to our transitional housing in less than 90 days. Despite losing most of their belongings in a devastating house fire, this family faced their first shelter experience with remarkable strength and adaptability. Their unwavering determination is truly commendable.

During her time in the shelter, N. diligently saved a substantial amount of money. Now, in our transitional housing program, she continues to save while contributing a portion of her rent. Her goal is to allocate these savings toward a deposit for permanent housing.

The invaluable assistance of Sue and Greg Diehl played a meaningful role in improving the family’s well-being. Thanks to their generosity, the family was given new beds for their transitional housing apartment. The kindness of the Diehls and so many of our Family Promise volunteers continues to make a significant impact on the journey of our families toward stability and hope.