Family Promise of Monmouth County is proud to announce their selection as a grant recipient in a national partnership between Family Promise and HUMI, a Washington state-based nonprofit working with communities to fund and create programs helping families facing housing crises. The model is based on the shared beliefs of the two organizations that a combination of case management, opportunity, and community can empower the families we serve toward self-sufficiency. The mission of the partnership is simple: to ensure children are Homeless No More.
Check out our gallery from the Promise of Spring event.
For the board members, staff members, legislators, volunteers and donors who worked to make it happen, this was a moment to celebrate: A day to cut the ribbon on a reality that began as a dream – the dream of having a stable home for the agency whose mission is to help homeless families find stable homes of their own.
Hackensack Meridian Health is pleased to announce that it has been recognized with a CIANJ COMMERCE Magazine 2019 Companies that Care Award – as a CIANJ Champion of Good Works for its partnership with Family Promise.
Check out the coverage from our recent ribbon cutting event covered by app.com
The Wag will perform a benefit concert for Family Promise of Monmouth County, April 25 at 7 pm. at Lincroft Presbyterian Church
We are so happy for our Program Graduate, Suheil and her 2 children! Suheil participated in our Emergency Shelter program and was 100% committed to our Guest Savings Iniative! She has a vehicle, stable employment and keys to her very own apartment!
Family Promise of Monmouth County (FPMC) held its ninth annual Cardboard Box City fundraising event in Tinton Falls, NJ on Friday, October 5th. Hundreds of Monmouth County students, youth groups, faith-based organizations and scouting groups of all denominations descended on the grounds of Monmouth Church of Christ to simulate a night of homelessness while raising awareness and money to support children and families currently experiencing homelessness in Monmouth County.
This Saturday, we were thrilled to celebrate the service of our committed Volunteers and to meet the new Executive Director Christine Carter-Love! Now, more than ever, we are committed in our resolve to provide innovative solutions to end family homelessness.We are eternally grateful to our champion and Freeholder Gerry Scharfenberger, Ph.D and forever indebted to our Founder Linda Stahl for her vision!
Support Family Promise of Monmouth County as we campaign to raise the necessary funds to get us into this new building at Fort Monmouth.
In our first phase, we need to raise $125,000. Your gift of support is testament that you believe in our mission and the services we provide to homeless families throughout Monmouth County.