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Support Families in need during the Covid-19 OutbreakWith the outbreak of COVID-19, we face an unprecedented challenge in this country. There is a lot we do not know, but there are some elements we can be sure of as they relate to families who are housing unstable, experiencing homelessness, or at risk of losing their homes.Click HerePromise of Spring- Now VirtualWe are proud to announce and present our 6th Annual Dinner and Fundraiser, The Promise of Spring on Wednesday, May 6, 2020 will now be held online. Click HereThe Strive for 1205 – Help Us Move In ChallengeClick HereGet to know FPMCWe provide homeless children and their families with food, clothing, shelter and comprehensive services by partnering with our community. We are committed to advocating for innovative solutions to ending family homelessness.Click Here
Did you know on an average day in Monmouth County there are 200 children who are homeless?
Each year, we provide roughly 12,597 meals and 5,110 bed-nights for families in need. Referral calls from families seeking temporary housing continue to increase. Unfortunately, our capacity falls far short of the demand.
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Family Promise of Monmouth County relies on more than 1200 volunteers to provide the services necessary to sustain families in crisis. While families are living in the network, volunteers have opportunities to provide assistance 365 days a year, 24 hours a day. Volunteers who directly serve guests reduce program expenses through the gift of their time and or donations. They share meals and sometimes stay overnight. Volunteers plan and manage recreational activities, such as birthday parties, Holiday celebrations and sporting events. They tutor school age children.
Families Served in Monmouth County
of the families served find housing.
Interfaith Support Network Congregations.
Volunteer’s engaged in our initiatives.
We provide homeless children and their families with food, shelter and comprehensive services by partnering with our community. We are committed to advocating for innovative solutions to ending family homelessness.
Family Promise of Monmouth County, an affiliate of national Family Promise, works with community agencies, faith-based services, churches and synagogues to provide shelter, food, transportation and supportive services including case management for homeless families.
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Address Family Promise of Monmouth County
PO Box 70
Middletown, NJ, 07748-0070
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