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...being without a safe, warm place to sleep, eat, and care for children; living without the security of familiar people and belongings.
...the loss of your home, the most basic element of stability for families.
...you, as parents, to endure the heartache of being unable to provide a secure environment for your children.
...children, who now make up 25 percent of our nation’s homeless population, are deprived of a fundamental requirement for healthy development -- a safe, permanent home.
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Family Promise of Great Falls has secured a grant that will greatly help the agency fulfill its mission of helping homeless families in north central Montana.
The organization received a $30,000 grant from the Dennis and Phyllis Washington Foundation. It will be spread out over three years at $10,000 per year.
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Family Promise of Great Falls started hosting guests in January 2015. Guests stay for a week in each church. Moving beds from church to church usually involves a trailer. However, hosting churches may be just across the street as in this example.
About 30 volunteers moved the beds across 2nd avenue North from First United Methodist to First Baptist Sunday afternoon. Volunteers were from both those churches as well as the LDS 4th Ward. They had it done in less than 15 minutes! Thank you to all volunteers who made this happen.
Family Promise of Great Falls opened its doors and began accepting families into the program on January 11th, 2015.
Thanks to all volunteers and donors who made this possible.
For information on being accepted into the program, contact the director, Sharon Odden, at 406-866-0288.
Family Promise is an interfaith program that provides a community response to homeless families with children.
Family Promise provides shelter, meals, and comprehensive support services to children and their families who are without homes.