We are Family Promise
Transforming the lives of families experiencing homelessness. Because every child deserves a home.
We got to know Family Promise early on, as van drivers transporting families to and from the host church and the day center. Those were some very early mornings, especially in the winter! We could see how hard it is for families to be on the move, especially with babies and small children. But it was a commitment those parents were willing to make, and it gave them an option besides sleeping in a car or staying in abusive situations. Knowing the good work of Family Promise to provide that opportunity for families, we became monthly donors. Family Promise extends a helping hand for much longer than many organizations, and we're happy to be a small part of that every month.
~Samuel and Rebecca, FPHCR monthly donors and volunteers
Due to government mandates regarding covid, we have have additional safety measures in place.
If you are vaccinated, you do not need to wear a mask. If you are not vaccinated, please continue to wear a mask to protect our families, volunteers, and staff.
All drop-offs and visits to the day center will be by appointment only. There will be a cooler outside our entrance door for food drop-offs. Please make arrangements with FPHCR staff for all food drop-offs and visits.
THE TODAY SHOW COMES TO FAMILY PROMISE
Spreading the word will help us transform the lives of ONE MILLION children by 2030.
Craig Melvin of NBC's Today Show visits Family Promise of the Midlands to learn how the program helps families experiencing homelessness reclaim their independence.